Influenza A&B and Covid
Combined rapid test for SARS-CoV-2 and influenza A/B
Covid-19 is an acute respiratory infectious disease caused by SARS-CoV-2. The most common symptoms are coughing and fever, but sore throat, headache and muscle aches, as well as general weakness and shortness of breath, may also occur. Nausea, conjunctivitis, swollen lymph nodes and drowsiness, change or loss of taste and smell are some of the less common symptoms of the disease.
The flu is characterised by a sudden onset of high fever, cough and sore throat, accompanied by headache and/or muscle and joint pain. The patient may also feel general weakness, chills, sweating, loss of appetite, runny nose and nausea. The most common complication of the flu is pneumonia. Flu symptoms usually last more than a week.
Influenza A rapid test
Influenza B rapid test
1 test cassette
1 sterilised swab
1 tube with extraction buffer for sample extraction
1 leaflet with instructions for use
Coronavirus (SARS-CoV-2) rapid test
How to test yourself
Read the instructions for use.
Insert the sterile swab about 2 cm into one nostril and gently rotate the swab at least five times, rubbing it against the walls of the nostril, then repeat the procedure with the other nostril.
Take one tube and tear off the foil wrapping from the tip.
Place the sample swab in the buffer. Twist the soft end of the swab and mix it with the buffer for at least 30 seconds, pressing the swab against the bottom and sides of the tube to ensure that the sample is fully extracted into the buffer.
Screw the dropper cap onto the tube and shake vigorously to mix the sample with the buffer.
Remove the test cartridge from the protective packaging and place the device on a clean and flat surface.
Add 2 drops of the collected sample to each of the specially adapted holes of the test cartridge.
Read the result after 10 to 20 minutes. Do not interpret the result after more than 20 minutes.