STD Chlamydia Rapid Test Kits
Chlamydia Test Devices (Cervical/Urethral Swab)
Chlamydia rapid testing kits, also refered to as one-step Chlamydia tests, are intended for In-Vitro Diagnostic (IVD) use for the rapid, qualitative detection of Chlamydia trachomatis directly from female endocervical swab specimens and male urethral swab samples, in addition to ocular specimens from symptomatic patients. IVD Chlamydia testing kits are used as an aid in the diagnostics of Chlamydia infections. Our STD Chlamydia testing devices are rapid qualitative immunoassay based on the immunochromatographic principle, which can be tested in your own home with the privacy your house can provide.
Chlamydia are regarded as the first most common sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) which are spreaded from one person to another during sexual activity. Symptoms of Chlamydia infection often go unnoticed before damages are done to the infected, which gives Chlamydia a nickname “the Silent Disease”. Although Chlamydia can be treated and cured with antibiotics, almost no medicine can reverse any damage that the infection has done to the body of the patients before treatment. And if left untreated, serious complications can arise including infertility in women and painful symptoms in men.
Chlamydia Testing Cassettes
Because of the facts above mentioned, the Chlamydia screening test is of great importance to one’s health status, and also helpful to the health condition of partner(s). And if symptoms such as burning sensation when urinating, or known ever being exposed to the infection of Chlamydia, screening test with a rapid Chlamydia testing kit is recommended, and if positive results appear, visiting a doctor for clinical lab testing is a must. After cured , once a year visit to the doctor is needed, as it is possible to be reinfected with the disease even after treatment.
* Chlamydia diagnostic Test kits are highly sensitive and specific;
* Rapid Chlamydia Immunoassay results are read visually;
* IVD Chlamydia kits are easy to operate;
* No other reagent is needed to perform one-step Chlamydia testing kits.