Tumor marker rapid test

The Fecal Occult Blood (FOB) Rapid Test (Colloidal Gold) is IVD rapid test for qualitative detection of human occult blood in feces.

The Fecal Occult Blood (FOB) Rapid Test (Colloidal Gold) is an immunochromatographic sandwich method, which employ two specific monoclonal antibodies to selectively identify hemoglobin in test samples. The result is very specific, and easier to interpret than those of guaiac-based test. The sensitivity is very high with the ability to detect 50ng/ml hemoglobin in feces. In addition, the accuracy of the test is not affected by interfering substances, and dietary restriction is not necessary.

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Product

abbr

Specimen

Format

Alpha Fetoprotein Rapid Test

AFP

S/P/WB

Strip / Cassette

Carcinoma Embryonic Antigen Rapid Test

CEA

S/P/WB

Strip / Cassette

Prostate Specific Antigen Rapid Test

PSA

S/P/WB

Strip / Cassette

AFP/CEA/PSA Panel Rapid Test

AFP/CEA/PSA

S/P

Multi-Panel

Fecal Occult Blood Rapid Test

FOB

S/P/Feces

Strip / Cassette

Transferrin Rapid Test

TF

Feces

Cassette

Hemoglobin Rapid Test

Hb

Feces

Cassette

FOB/TF Rapid Test ( FOB-50ng/ml, TF-40ng/ml)

FOB/TF

Feces

Cassette

Hemoglobin and Transferrin Combo Rapid Test

Hb+Tf

Feces

Cassette

Pepsinogen I Rapid Test

PG I

Serum

Cassette

Pepsinogen II Rapid Test

PG II

Serum

Cassette


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Tumor markers are substances that can be produced by cancer cells or by the body in response to cancer. They can contain normal cells, but are generated at much higher levels in cancerous conditions. Most tumor markers are proteins and can be found in bodily fluids such as blood and urine.

Tumor markers can be used to detect or follow cancer. When a decrease in the level of a tumor marker is detected, it can be a sign that the tumor is decreasing in size and treatment is working. Alternatively, an increase could mean the cancer is progressing. (Although an elevated level of a tumor marker may suggest the presence of cancer, changes in these levels are not enough to detect cancer on their own. This is why a tumor marker test is used in conjunction with other tests for a final diagnosis.)

In addition to proteins, tumor markers can also be constituted as changes in DNA or RNA. This is because such changes have been associated with certain cancers and can also be used to help monitor them. Some tumor markers have been found to be less spcific tan others, but with continuous research, overall effectiveness is increasing. More than 20 different tumor markers have been identified and are currently in use, and newer types of tests have been developed to examine several tumor markers at a time.


\ Product Specification
Inner packing: (per zip bag)
Strip: 100 tests
Cassettes: 50 tests
Outer packing:(per carton)

Strip: 100 bags; Cassette: 50 bags


Product details:

Product Name

Fecal Occult Blood FOB Rapid Test

Type

Pathological Analysis Equipments

Format

Cassette , Strip

Specimen

Feces

Accuracy

> 99%

Cut-off

50ng/ml,100ng/ml,200ng/ml

OEM

Acceptable

Packaging

Pouch+Box+Carton



\ User Instructions

Will I need to do anything to prepare for the test?

You usually don't need any special preparations for a blood or urine test. If you are getting a biopsy, you may need to fast (not eat or drink) for several hours before the procedure. Talk to your health care provider if you have any questions about preparing for your test.

Are there any risks to the test?

There is very little risk to having a blood test. You may have slight pain or bruising at the spot where the needle was put in, but most symptoms go away quickly.

There is no risk to a urine test.

If you have had a biopsy, you may have a little bruising or bleeding at biopsy site. You may also have a little discomfort at the site for a day or two.

What do the results mean?

Depending in what type of test you had and how it was used, your results may:

  • Help diagnose the type or stage of your cancer.
  • Show whether your cancer treatment is working.
  • Help plan future treatment.
  • Show if your cancer has returned after you've finished treatment.

If you have questions about your results, talk to your health care provider.

Is there anything else I need to know about tumor marker tests?

Tumor markers can be very useful, but the information they provide can be limited because:

  • Some noncancerous conditions can cause tumor markers.
  • Some people with cancer don't have tumor markers.
  • Not all types of cancer have tumor markers.

So, tumor markers are almost always used with other tests to help diagnose and monitor cancer.

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