FRD Test for the diagnosis of cervical cancer (applicator + solution) x 1 piece

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FRD The cervical cancer diagnosis test is a device designed for the real-time detection of precancerous and cancerous cells of the cervix. The set includes a disposable applicator and a staining solution.

The FRD Test kit for the diagnosis of cervical cancer:

FDR staining solution, disposable applicator.

Operation of the FRD Test for the diagnosis of cervical cancer:

A non-invasive test that allows to detect in real time the presence of precancerous and neoplastic cells of the cervix in the collected sample. The FRD test for the diagnosis of cervical cancer includes a disposable applicator for sampling and a staining solution FDR (Folate Receptor-Mediated Staining Solution), which is a solution for detecting changes through folate receptors. The solution consists of folic acid, reduced methylene blue, acetic acid and dimethylsulfoxide. The test is easy to perform and can be performed at the gynecologist's office during a routine examination. The result is obtained after 10 seconds, it is characterized by high reliability. The sensitivity and specificity of the reaction of detecting H SIL and CIN2 + changes is 70-80%, which means that it is higher than conventional PAP cytodiagnosis.

FRD A test for the diagnosis of cervical cancer (applicator + solution) intended to be performed in gynecological offices in order to detect cervical cancer cells.

Additional information:
Store the product out of reach of children at room temperature. It is recommended to protect against the effects of moisture and light.

How to use the FRD Test for the diagnosis of cervical cancer:

Read the instructions for use before performing the test. Physician Sampling: The patient should be in the lithotomy position. Using the applicator, collect a sample of exfoliated cells from the cervical disc. Then, immerse the applicator in the solution for 30 seconds. After 30-60 seconds, read the dye reaction on the applicator and compare the result with the standard.