What is a sterile swab? What advantages does it have? What are the operation steps?

- 2022-03-30-

Sterile swabs, the full name of single-use sterile sampling swabs, are used in bacteriological sample processing, nasal swab sampling, throat swab sampling, oral swab sampling, virological cell culture, DFA testing, It is ideal for rapid direct testing, enzyme immunoassay assays, polymerase chain reaction and molecular diagnostic based assays, and for forensic identification. Sampling can be performed at the nasopharyngeal site of the human body.

Sterile swabs are suitable for skin surface sampling such as DNA collection, oral cells, surfaces, microorganisms, bacterial virus detection and sampling, etc. The advantage is that it is easier to use than traditional swabs, with a large amount of collection and release, and it is easy to break. Need to set different breakpoints. Traditional swabs also require laboratory personnel to use scissors to cut them, which is too troublesome and takes too much time. Baibo Bio's disposable sampling swabs have different breaking points according to customer needs, which greatly reduces the time cost.

1. Automatic elution, quickly and automatically release the sample into the liquid medium. A release rate of over 90% for the collected specimens ensures a high degree of reliability of the results.
2. There is a unique breakable design on the plastic rod, which is convenient for specimen transportation.
3, ethylene oxide sterilization, irradiation sterilization, independent packaging.
4. Ergonomic and anatomical design, unique design improves patient comfort and specimen collection
5. User friendly. The anatomical design and soft brush texture removes cells quickly and efficiently.
6. Safe and convenient breakpoints. According to sampling requirements, sampling locations and sampling characteristics, different types of breakpoints are designed. D. Fast
7. Multi-platform application. Compatible with multiple applications and platforms, such as rapid antigen testing, EIA, molecular testing, DFA, cytology, forensics, bacteriology, and virology cultures.