MHRA APPROVED Rapid Covid-19 Lateral Flow Antigen Test Kits
FULL HOME TEST APPROVED IN THE UK & EU
Latest Technology Low Level Nasal Only Swab Test Ensuring Easy, Fast and High Accuracy Results
U.K. Government validated at Public Health England, Porton Down Laboratories
Full Home Test Approval in the UK and EU
Detects New Virus Strains
Nasal only test
CE approved and ISO certified
2 Year Shelf Life From Manufacturing
Results in 15 Minutes
Next Working Day UK Delivery
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£4.99 (ex VAT: £3.50)
The FlowFlex Influenza Rapid Antigen Test Kit
The FlowFlex influenza rapid antigen test kit is a test designed to detect the presence of influenza type A and type B antigens which are often referred to as “flu” in nasal swab specimens.
The test is CE marked for professional use so must be administered by registered healthcare practitioner.
The FlowFlex brand is world renowned so you can rest assured the product is of the highest quality.
The test has an accuracy rating of 98.9% and uses a nasal aspirate swap with a result turnaround within 15 minutes.
Taking the test is painless and requires a sterile swab be inserted into the nasal cavity approximately 5 to 10 times. A throat swab sample is also collected combing with the use of a nasal aspirate catheter and aspiration trap in order to perform the test.
The step-by-step instructions are extremely easy to digest for any professional medical practitioner. It is imperative that the easy to use step-by-step instructions are followed vigorously when administering the test.
The FlowFlex influenza rapid antigen test is offered in both a single pack format or a 20 test multipack format.
Flu is a well-known contagious respiratory illness caused bye the flu viruses that can infect the nose and throat and, sometimes on occasion the lungs. It is common ground that flu is exceptionally contagious and can in certain circumstances be extremely dangerous to vulnerable people in particular the elderly.
The FlowFlex influenza rapid antigen test is another tool in the battle against disease; establishing and detecting the virus at an early stage is critical in order to ensure appropriate medical treatment can be given at the earliest possible juncture