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  • you could get the results immediately and and a test that you can offer to patients at home.

  • California based Loose Era Health has been given Emergency Food and Drug Administration approval for the first do it yourself Cove it 19 test kit that not only lets you test at home but also get the results in less than an hour.

  • Dr.

  • John Chow's team at Hospital Operator said her health helped to clinically validate the rapid at home test.

  • Our experience with it typically yielded a positive result within 15 minutes.

  • E think as early as 11, and you can on Lee be sure that it is not positive or that it is negative around 30 minutes.

  • The huge advancement here isn't the speed itself, but the ability to have a test that is on par, or at least close to par as the what we consider the gold standard.

  • PCR testing and doing in a very rapid time.

  • This week's emergency use authorization for the rapid test comes at a critical time as coronavirus infections continue to see a record surge across the country and long lines at testing sites.

  • Dr.

  • Chow explains how the test works.

  • Take the batteries out of the wrapper.

  • Insert it into the device, ensuring the orientation.

  • Correct.

  • Unwrap the naval swamp, swap each Neri five times and then take the swamp, dip it into the vial, swirl it around 15 times, take the swab and discard it, closed the cap and then push the whole thing down, which will engage the process of testing and that gets the test started.

  • An indicator light reveals the test results.

  • Despite promising vaccine trial results released this week from Pfizer and Madonna, the distribution of the vaccine is still months away, leaving testing as a crucial tool in stopping the spread of the virus.

  • Sutter will be one of two hospitals to be the first to get their hands on the kits.

  • Sutter hopes that will be within a month or two, but that doesn't mean the kids will be going home that quickly.

  • The hospital operator has decided to first used the kids to help clear the testing.

  • Logjam at hospitals are initial use will be really for the patients who are at the most need.

  • Until there's enough capacity to expand it, way will probably start using it within the point of care setting and then expand to the home use setting as we get more and more kids.

  • Sutter expects to make the test available for at home, used by prescription Onley for people over 14 years old sometime in the first quarter of next year.

  • The test manufacturer, Loose Era, is planning a national rollout by spring 2021 says the test should cost around $50.

you could get the results immediately and and a test that you can offer to patients at home.

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B1 test testing home rapid swamp swirl

A swab, a swirl, 30 mins: the at-home COVID-19 test

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/11/20
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