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Introduction and function of throat swab

Throat swab is a swab used to check whether the throat is diseased and for throat sampling. It can be said to be a detection method to understand the patient’s condition,

oral mucosa and pharynx infection. Because the pharynx is more susceptible to disease caused by infection caused by external bacteria when the body’s body or local resistance is reduced,

so when we seek medical treatment,

doctors need to collect some cells or viruses for observation to understand the patient’s disease Happening.

In appearance, our throat swab should be straight, neat, smooth, uniform in color,

free of burrs, mildew, scars, scratches, cracks and other defects. As a qualified swab, it should be very good.

Clean, odorless, and soft to the touch, without maculas, stains, or foreign objects.

In terms of performance, the swab should be able to withstand 4N static pressure perpendicular to the axial direction for 15 seconds without permanent deformation or breaking.

The breaking force of the depression at the sampling tip should be no less than 2N.

When using a throat swab, be aware that the flocking has a very light tingling sensation on the skin,

so before use, people who are allergic to flocking should first place the swab

on the sampling part and gently perform an allergy test Later,

it is used for sampling.

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