Sterile nasopharyngeal swab
Male sampling swab
Male swabs generally include urethral swabs, buccal swabs, throat swabs, and nursing swabs. These are commonly used for genetic testing.
The following is the introduction of oral swabs, please refer to it
Step 1: Hold the handle and gently insert the sampling swab into the mouth or nasal cavity.
Step 2: Gently rotate the sampling swab 3-5 times, and then take it out slowly.
Step 3: Put the extracted sample into the sample collection tube, break the handle, and then seal it to complete the sampling.
【Sterilization and packaging method】
1. Sterilize the product with ethylene oxide
2. Adopt internationally accepted paper-plastic packaging which is convenient for sterilization.
3. Each set in the large packing box is individually packaged for easy use
4. Different media (bacteria, virus, mycoplasma, chlamydia) are selected for different types of specimens
【Special storage conditions and methods】
The packaged products should be stored in a non-corrosive gas, with a relative humidity of 40% to 90%, and a well-ventilated, cool, dry, and clean environment at 2°C to 30°C.
CY-96000 nasal cavity sampling swab: for medical institutions to collect virus and DNA samples infected in the nasal cavity of patients.
Virus sampling swabs: used to sample the nose and throat of respiratory and enteric viruses such as influenza, swine influenza, avian influenza, hand, foot and mouth.
⑴Nylon flocking swab. (For sampling, the release amount is up to 90% or more)
3. Product features:
①Using internationally used paper-plastic packaging that is convenient for sterilization.
② γ-ray sterilization to ensure sterility.
③Each set in the large packaging box is individually packaged for easy use.
④Different preservation solutions were selected for different types of specimens. Sampling tube (bacteria, virus, mycoplasma, chlamydia)
1. Characteristics of collection swabs:
The collection system uses nylon flocking swabs, which are non-toxic to microorganisms and can maximize the collection and release of specimens.
A large number of clinical trials have shown that: compared with ordinary sterile cotton swabs, nylon flocked swabs have a better effect on the collection and transportation of clinical microbial specimens.
This is especially true for specimens that cannot be submitted for inspection in time and have been placed for too long.
Advantages of swabs:
①The unique spray-type implanting nylon fiber technology increases the collection and release of specimens.
②The swab is 14.5cm in length and has a unique breakable design on the plastic rod.
③The fluffy texture can collect more target analytes.
④There is no residual amount of specimens, speed up the process of specimen processing.
⑤The swab is sterilized and individually packaged. Individually packaged sterile swabs