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Mantacc's Exhibit at CMEF 2023 (Autumn) Showcases Local Innovation
2023-11-02
Mantacc's Exhibit at CMEF 2023 (Autumn) Showcases Local Innovation
Mantacc's Exhibit at CMEF 2023 (Autumn) Showcases Local Innovation Shenzhen, China - As a leading Chinese manufacturer of medical consumables, Mantacc recently exhibited at the China International Medical Equipment Fair (CMEF) Autumn edition held from October 28-31, 2023. Located at booth 13K39, Mantacc's participation in this major industry event allowed us to showcase ou...
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Rapid COVID-19 Detection with NP Swabs Using miDiagnostics PCR Test
2023-11-02
Rapid COVID-19 Detection with NP Swabs Using miDiagnostics PCR Test
Rapid COVID-19 Detection with NP Swabs Using miDiagnostics PCR Test An NP (nasopharyngeal) swab is a diagnostic test commonly used to detect respiratory infections. It involves inserting a long, flexible swab through the nostril along the nasal passage towards the back of the nasopharynx. The swab has a brush or cotton tip that rubs against the tissue, collecting mucus and...
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Nasopharyngeal Swabs: Is Rotation Necessary for Optimal Sampling?
2023-11-02
Nasopharyngeal Swabs: Is Rotation Necessary for Optimal Sampling?
Nasopharyngeal Swabs: Is Rotation Necessary for Optimal Sampling? Nasopharyngeal swabs are medical tools used to collect samples of secretions from the uppermost part of the throat, behind the nose, known as the nasopharynx. This area is where the nasal passages meet the upper part of the throat. A nasopharyngeal swab is typically a long, flexible stick with a soft, absorb...
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Nasal Sampling Swabs: Reliable Option For Screening COVID-19
2023-11-02
Nasal Sampling Swabs: Reliable Option For Screening COVID-19
Nasal Sampling Swabs: Reliable Option For Screening COVID-19 Nasal swabs and nasopharyngeal swabs are types of specimen collection methods used for the diagnosis of various respiratory infections, including viruses like influenza and SARS-CoV-2, the virus responsible for COVID-19. Nasal Swabs: These involve a sample being taken from the inside of the nose but...
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Oropharyngeal Swabs for COVID-19 Testing
2023-11-01
Oropharyngeal Swabs for COVID-19 Testing
Oropharyngeal Swabs for COVID-19 Testing Oropharyngeal swabs are swabs used to collect cell samples from the oropharynx, which is the part of the throat behind the mouth. Specifically, they swab the posterior pharyngeal wall and tonsillar areas. Oropharyngeal swabs have synthetic fiber tips, usually made of polyester, rayon, or nylon, that are coated with soft flocked fibe...
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Oral Sampling Swabs: A Promising Alternative for Infectious Disease Diagnosis
2023-11-01
Oral Sampling Swabs: A Promising Alternative for Infectious Disease Diagnosis
Oral Sampling Swabs: A Promising Alternative for Infectious Disease Diagnosis Oral sampling swabs are medical instruments specifically designed to collect samples from the inside of the mouth, encompassing regions like the cheeks, gums, and tongue. They typically consist of a handle attached to a soft, absorbent tip made from materials like cotton, polyester, or r...
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Your Ultimate Handbook on Specimen Collection Swabs
2023-10-26
Your Ultimate Handbook on Specimen Collection Swabs
Your Ultimate Handbook on Specimen Collection Swabs Specimen collection swabs are essential medical devices used to collect samples from patients for diagnostic testing and analysis. The type of swab utilized depends on factors such as the sample location, required sterility, and type of testing to be performed. Proper swab selection and handling is critical to ensure op...
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The Cervical Swab: Leading the Charge in Women's Diagnostics
2023-10-25
The Cervical Swab: Leading the Charge in Women's Diagnostics
The Cervical Swab: Leading the Charge in Women's Diagnostics The term 'cervical swab' may sound unfamiliar to some, but it's a fundamental tool in the world of women's health. It's more commonly recognized when discussed in the context of Pap smears or tests for sexually transmitted infections (STIs). Here, we'll break down the importance of cervical swabs, how they're use...
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The Forensic Swab: Championing Effective DNA Evidence Collection
2023-10-25
The Forensic Swab: Championing Effective DNA Evidence Collection
The Forensic Swab: Championing Effective DNA Evidence Collection Forensic swabs are essential tools for collecting DNA evidence from crime scenes. However, DNA recovery depends on the swab material, the nature of the surface sampled, and the technique used. A study in 2021 investigates how to optimize swabbing for maximum DNA pickup. How do different swab materials ...
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Why PT-INR Test Standardization Matters for Patients on Blood Thinners
2023-10-25
Why PT-INR Test Standardization Matters for Patients on Blood Thinners
Why PT-INR Test Standardization Matters for Patients on Blood Thinners Many heart patients take blood thinner medicines like warfarin to prevent blood clots. But these medicines must be monitored carefully to keep their effect in the right range. The PT-INR blood test is an important way to check how well the blood thinner is working. The PT-INR test measures factor...
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A Complete Guide to Proper Surgical Skin Prep Technique
2023-10-17
A Complete Guide to Proper Surgical Skin Prep Technique
A Complete Guide to Proper Surgical Skin Prep Technique Surgical site infections (SSIs) are a major patient safety issue, causing increased morbidity, mortality, and healthcare costs. Appropriate surgical skin preparation is a critical step in reducing SSI risk. This article provides an overview of evidence-based best practices for preoperative skin preparation. ...
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Fecal Swabs vs Rectal Swabs: Are They Interchangeable?
2023-10-17
Fecal Swabs vs Rectal Swabs: Are They Interchangeable?
Fecal Swabs vs Rectal Swabs: Are They Interchangeable? Rectal swabs and stool samples are two common ways to analyze the gut microbiome. Stool samples are considered to represent the luminal gut microbiota while rectal swabs are thought to capture a combination of luminal and mucosal communities. However, are rectal swabs a good proxy for stool samples? What are the...
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