Throat Swab Oropharyngeal Oral Sampling Kits Flocking Swabs
Whatsapp: (86)13951936338 – Jessie
- Name: Throat Swab Flocking Swabs Kits
- Liquid Transport Media Volume: 2ml/tube
- Content: oral throat swab preservation tube with samples preservative fluid*1 + disposable sampling flocking swab long*1
- Sample: Oral or back throad samples
- Components: Surfactant salt solution
- Storage: Store at room temperature(15-25℃）away from light.
- Shelf Life: 12 months
Oral Throat Sampling Kits Features:
Disposable oropharyngeal samping swab or throat transport flocked swab is a method for collecting a clinical test sample of nasal secretions from the back of the throat. The throat swab sampling tube preserved sample is then analyzed for the presence of organisms or other clinical markers for flu or infuenza infection disease. This diagnostic method is commonly used in suspected various types of diseases or illness.
To collect the sample, the sterile throat swab is inserted in the mouth and gently moved forward into the nasopharynx, a region of the pharynx that covers the roof of the mouth. The oropharyngeal flocked sampling swab is then rotated for a specified period time to collect secretions, then the throat swab is removed and placed into a sterile clinic speciment transport vial media, which preserves the sample for the subsequent analysis. This samples collectiong or transport process is best done by professionals.
Oropharyngeal Flocking Swabs:
The Oral Throat Sampling swabs usually apply a sterile dacron or rayon swab with a flexible, plastic shaft. The material from the oropharyngeal swab is dispersed into the liquid medium. Some laboratories recommend removal and disposal of the swab, while others suggest transporting the swab along with the medium.
Oral Speciment Transport Medium Tube
Liquid transport media or transport medium fluid tube are designed primarily fortransporting swabs or samples released into the medium from a collection swab. Transportation tube is used to transport speciments in active form to the lab or hospital for isolation, especially when collection of the specimen on a swab is appropriate.Liquid media may be added to other specimens when inactivation of the speciment is likely and when the resultant dilution is acceptable.
Material of Liquid Transport Media:
Typically, liquid media are composed of buffers to control pH, protein to stabilize the speciments, and often other substances to control osmolality or onto which the viruses can adsorb.
A nasopharyngeal or oropharyngeal swab test is the most common test to detect #COVID19. Here’s the proper procedure for collecting a sample with disposable sampling swabs and tubes:
- Peel apart the external package of disposable oropharyngeal sampling kits
- Intert the sterile flocked nasal throad swabs into the mouth to collect oral throat samples from the back of the throat
-Tilt patient’s head back 70 degrees.
-Insert oral throat swab into nostril. (Swab should reach depth equal to distance from nostrils to outer opening of the ear.) Leave swab in place for severalseconds to absorb secretions.
-Slowly remove oropharyngeal samping swab while rotating it. (Swab both nostrils with same swab.)
- Remove the disposable oral sampling swabs and place the tip of samples swab in a sterile transport vial or throat swab protector for preservation
- Snap & cut off the applicator stick, break off the excess samples to avoid cross-infection
- Tighten the cape to secure samples preservation tube or fluid vial with labels and deliver the oral or nasal swabs samples to the lad or hospital for tests or dectection
Note: Store the throat or oral sample at 2-8℃ for up to one month. For long time storage please store at -20℃.