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Answers for Healthcare Enhancing the patient experience improving care and controlling costs are the new rules of engagement in today s healthcare environment The emphasis on the value of linking patient outcomes and expense management is critical Distributors and healthcare providers understand the need to provide products and services that directly contribute to this new paradigm
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products 4 Strep A 6 Influenza A B 8 Mononucleosis 10 H pylori 12 iFOBT 14 Trichomonas 14 Bacterial Vaginosis 18 hCG 20 Target Market Quick Reference 21 Additional Accessories 3
products 4  Strep A  6  Influenza A B  8  Mononucleosis  10  H. pylori  12  iFOBT  14  Trichomonas  14  Bacterial Vaginosi...
Family Health Strep A SEKISUI CAT 141 141E 147 149 PRODUCT AVAILABILITY Americas Europe Middle East Africa Americas Middle East Africa Americas Middle East Africa TEST FORMAT Dipstick Dipstick Dipstick QC INSIDE Yes No Yes QUANTITY KIT 50 25 50 SAMPLE TYPE Throat Swab Throat Swab Throat Swab CLIA Waived Waived Waived CPT CODE 87880 QW 87880 QW 87880 QW OF STEPS 4 3 4 TIME TO RESULT 5 minute 1 minute extraction 5 minute 2 minute extraction 5 minute 2 minute extraction PERFORMANCE SENSITIVITY SPECIFICITY 96 0 97 8 95 7 100 95 7 100 KIT STORAGE Room Temp Room Temp Room Temp SHELF LIFE 17 months 15 months 15 months 4 TRANSPORT MEDIA Stuart s or Amies media or in dry transport tube Stuart s or Amies media or in dry transport tube Stuart s or Amies media or in dry transport tube SAMPLE STORAGE Room Temp up to 72 hours Room Temp up to 48 hours Room Temp up to 48 hours REAGENT DELIVERY A and B reagent bottles Single Reagent Bottle A and B reagent bottles Two extra tests for external QC testing NOTE Additional accessory information located on page 21
Family Health  Strep A  SEKISUI CAT.    141 141E  147  149  PRODUCT AVAILABILITY  Americas, Europe, Middle East, Africa  A...
TARGET MARKETS PHYSICIAN SPECIALTY CLINIC SPECIALTY HOSPITAL Pediatrics FP GP Urgent Care Community Health Public Health College Health Retail Clinics Reference Labs Lab Director Microbiology POC Coordinator Purchasing BENE FIT OS OM FE ATURE S RE FE RE NCES IMPROVED OUTCOMES Clinical comparison to Rigorous Gold Standard and statistically equivalent to culture The Ultra Strep A test has sensitivity even when compared to Rigorous Gold Standard within a range that would be considered sufficient to eliminate the need for culture back up 1 PATIENT EXPERIENCE Results in 5 minutes while the patient waits Once treatment begins patient should start to feel better after 24 to 48 hours 4 PREVENTION Highly sensitive accurate diagnosis is important to avoid over prescribing of antibiotics Studies have shown antibiotics were prescribed in 68 of pediatric acute respiratory tract visits and of those 80 were unnecessary according to CDC guidelines In addition unnecessary prescriptions for adult upper respiratory infections cost 1 1 billion annually 2 COORDINATED CARE Easy to use with minimal waste The OSOM color imunochromatographic dipstick Strep A performed at least as well as the best of the many rapid strep A antigen detection tests that we evaluated in our office laboratory during the past 12 years There are few reagent steps the color endpoint is distinct the 50 test strips are contained in a small easyto store cylinder and there is much less plastic for our biodisposable trash Our nurses appreciate the simplicity and rapidity 3 LOWER COSTS Two additional tests enable better net value on the OSOM test kits Ask your customer how much net value their current rapid test provides rather than simply focusing on the total cost per kit 5
TARGET MARKETS PHYSICIAN SPECIALTY  CLINIC SPECIALTY  HOSPITAL      Pediatrics     FP GP     Urgent Care      Community He...
Family Health Influenza A B SEKISUI CAT 190 190E 1006 PRODUCT AVAILABILITY Americas Europe Middle East Africa United States TEST FORMAT Dipstick Cassette QC INSIDE Yes Yes QUANTITY KIT 25 25 SAMPLE TYPE Nasal Swab Nasal Swab NP Swab Nasal Aspirate Wash CLIA Moderate Moderate CPT CODE IF BOTH ARE ORDERED 87804 A or individual 87804 59 B 87804 A or individual 87804 59 B OF STEPS 3 6 TIME TO RESULT 10 minutes 10 15 minutes PERFORMANCE VS CULTURE NASAL SWAB INFLUENZA A NASAL SWAB INFLUENZA B NP SWAB INFLUENZA A NP SWAB INFLUENZA B NASAL WASH INFLUENZA A NASAL WASH INFLUENZA B Sensitivity 73 8 60 0 KIT STORAGE Room Temp Refrigerate Room Temp SHELF LIFE 15 months 18 months TRANSPORT MEDIA No Yes SAMPLE STORAGE ROOM TEMP SWAB REFRIGERATE SWAB 8 hours 24 hours 4 hours 8 hours 6 Specificity 96 4 96 4 Two extra tests for external QC testing NOTE Additional accessory information located on page 21 Sensitivity 91 7 82 4 89 6 86 8 95 3 91 6 Specificity 75 2 88 3 77 0 92 9 85 7 97 5 Nasopharyngeal
Family Health  Influenza A B  SEKISUI CAT.    190 190E  1006  PRODUCT AVAILABILITY  Americas, Europe, Middle East, Africa ...
TARGET MARKETS PHYSICIAN SPECIALTY CLINIC SPECIALTY HOSPITAL Pediatrics FP GP OB GYN Internal Medicine Urgent Care Community Health Public Health College Health Retail Clinics Reference Labs Nursing Homes Lab Director Microbiology POC Coordinator Purchasing BENE FIT OS OM FE ATURE S RE FE RE NCES IMPROVED OUTCOMES Highly sensitive and specific Studies have shown antibiotics were prescribed in 68 of pediatric acute respiratory tract visits and of those 80 were unnecessary according to CDC guidelines 2 PATIENT EXPERIENCE Results in 10 15 minutes while patient waits PREVENTION Accurate diagnosis is important to avoid over prescribing of antibiotics A rapid test that enables the early recognition of patients with influenza has many advantages 5 Prevent unnecessary antibiotic prescriptions hospitalizations and Influenza transmission Contribute to the reduction of the economic burden of influenza Enable the proper use of antiviral agents COORDINATED CARE Specific diagnosis eliminates more serious health consequences The clinical symptoms of influenza tend to overlap with the symptoms of other respiratory infections in both pediatric and adult patients This makes the clinical diagnosis of influenza problematic 5 LOWER COSTS Diagnose and properly treat in one visit 1 1 billion is spent annually on unnecessary prescriptions for adult upper respiratory infections 2 Two additional tests enable better net value on the OSOM test kits Ask your customer how much net value their current rapid test provides rather than simply focusing on the total cost per kit 7
TARGET MARKETS PHYSICIAN SPECIALTY  CLINIC SPECIALTY  HOSPITAL      Pediatrics     FP GP     OB GYN     Internal Medicine ...
Family Health Mononucleosis 8 SEKISUI CAT 145 PRODUCT AVAILABILITY Americas Europe Middle East Africa TEST FORMAT Dipstick QC INSIDE Yes QUANTITY KIT 25 SAMPLE TYPE Whole Blood Serum Plasma CLIA Waived Whole Blood Moderate Serum Plasma CPT CODE 86308 QW OF STEPS 3 TIME TO RESULT 5 minutes PERFORMANCE SENSITIVITY SPECIFICITY RECONCILED W EBV SEROLOGY 99 0 95 9 KIT STORAGE Room Temp SHELF LIFE 12 months SAMPLE TRANSPORT Blood collection tube SAMPLE STORAGE ROOM TEMP WHOLE BLOOD REFRIGERATE SERUM PLASMA 24 hours 48 hours Two extra tests for external QC testing NOTE Additional accessory information located on page 21
Family Health  Mononucleosis  8  SEKISUI CAT.    145  PRODUCT AVAILABILITY  Americas, Europe, Middle East, Africa  TEST FO...
TARGET MARKETS PHYSICIAN SPECIALTY CLINIC SPECIALTY HOSPITAL Pediatrics FP GP Urgent Care Community Health Public Health College Health Retail Clinics Reference Labs Lab Director Hematology POC Coordinator Purchasing BENE FIT OS OM FE ATURE S IMPROVED OUTCOMES To rule out other more severe infections such as cytomegalovirus CMV or toxoplasmosis PATIENT EXPERIENCE Results in 5 minutes while the patient waits PREVENTION Rest recommended with positive diagnosis of mono can help to reduce spread of infection COORDINATED CARE Can be used on children
TARGET MARKETS PHYSICIAN SPECIALTY  CLINIC SPECIALTY  HOSPITAL      Pediatrics     FP GP     Urgent Care      Community He...
Family Health H pylori 10 SEKISUI CAT 175 PRODUCT AVAILABILITY Americas TEST FORMAT Cassette QC INSIDE No QUANTITY KIT 25 SAMPLE TYPE Whole Blood Serum Plasma CLIA Waived Whole Blood Moderate Serum Plasma CPT CODE 86318QW Whole Blood 86677 Serum Plasma OF STEPS 2 TIME TO RESULT 10 minutes PERFORMANCE SENSITIVITY SPECIFICITY vs Biopsy 96 0 89 0 KIT STORAGE Room Temp SHELF LIFE 18 months SAMPLE TRANSPORT Collection Tube SAMPLE STORAGE REFRIGERATE SERUM PLASM 48 hours NOTE Additional accessory information located on page 21
Family Health  H. pylori  10  SEKISUI CAT.    175  PRODUCT AVAILABILITY  Americas  TEST FORMAT  Cassette  QC INSIDE  No  Q...
TARGET MARKETS PHYSICIAN SPECIALTY CLINIC SPECIALTY HOSPITAL Pediatrics FP GP Internal Medicine Urgent Care Community Health College Health Retail Clinics Reference Labs Lab Director Microbiology Hematology Chemistry POC Coordinator Purchasing BENE FIT OS OM FE ATURE S RE FE RE NCES IMPROVED OUTCOMES Highly sensitive Accurate diagnosis reduces the need for antisecretory medications as well as the number of endoscopies 7 PATIENT EXPERIENCE Non invasive testing Eradication of H pylori improves healing and reduces the risk of recurrence or rebleeding in patients with duodenal or gastric ulcers 7 PREVENTION Reduces the risk of developing more serious ulcers and other health issues COORDINATED CARE Front line test to aid in the diagnosis and to promote treatment prior to involving specialists LOWER COSTS Early diagnosis leads to more economical therapy prior to expensive procedures like endoscopy Early diagnosis leads to more economical therapy without expensive procedures answers for healthcare start here 11
TARGET MARKETS PHYSICIAN SPECIALTY  CLINIC SPECIALTY  HOSPITAL      Pediatrics     FP GP     Internal Medicine     Urgent ...
Family Health iFOBT 12 SEKISUI CAT 1002 PRODUCT AVAILABILITY United States TEST FORMAT Cassette QC INSIDE Yes QUANTITY KIT 25 SAMPLE TYPE Stool CLIA Waived CPT CODE GO328QW Diagnosis 82274QW Screening OF STEPS 3 PERFORMANCE SENSITIVITY SPECIFICITY 50 ng hHb mL specific for human hemoglobin TIME TO RESULT 5 to 10 minutes KIT STORAGE Refrigerate Room Temp SHELF LIFE 12 months SAMPLE TRANSPORT Stool Collection Tube with Mailer SAMPLE STORAGE Room Temp for up to 10 days Two extra tests for external QC testing NOTE Additional accessory information located on page 22
Family Health  iFOBT  12  SEKISUI CAT.    1002  PRODUCT AVAILABILITY  United States  TEST FORMAT  Cassette  QC INSIDE   Ye...
TARGET MARKETS PHYSICIAN SPECIALTY CLINIC SPECIALTY HOSPITAL Pediatrics FP GP Internal Medicine OB GYN Urgent Care Community Health Public Health College Health Retail Clinics Reference Labs Nursing Homes Lab Director Microbiology Hemotology POC Coordinator Purchasing BENE FIT OS OM FE ATURE S RE FE RE NCES IMPROVED OUTCOMES Higher sensitivIity and specificity Sensitivity detects as low as 50ng hHB ml and Specific to human hemoglobin The American College of Gastroenterology supports the joint guideline recommendation that the older guaiac based FOB testing be abandoned as a method for CRC screening the ACG recommends the FIT as the preferred cancer detection test 9 PATIENT EXPERIENCE Improved patient compliance Only one test is required vs guaiac cards that require three or more Convenient take home kit patients can collect in the privacy of their own home No dietary or drug restrictions PREVENTION Proactive screening and detection is the key to early intervention Regular screening can often prevent CRC by detecting polyps or growths which can be removed before they become cancerous 8 COORDINATED CARE FIT fecal immunochemical test testing gives the physician and the patient a simpler more compliant CRC screening option The preferred cancer detection test is annual FIT fecal immunochemical test there were 10 and 12 gains in adherence with the FIT compared with guaiac based testing The overall result of superior performance and improved adherence was a doubling in the detection of advanced lesions with little loss of positive predictive value 9 LOWER COSTS Reducing cancer treatment expenses hospital stays and long term care costs are critical to improving our healthcare system CRC screening with FIT reduces the risk of CRC and CRC related deaths and lowers healthcare costs in comparison to no screening and to other existing screening strategies 10 13
TARGET MARKETS PHYSICIAN SPECIALTY  CLINIC SPECIALTY  HOSPITAL      Pediatrics     FP GP     Internal Medicine     OB GYN ...
Women s Health Trichomonas Bacterial Vaginosis 14 SEKISUI CAT 181 183 PRODUCT AVAILABILITY Americas Europe Middle East Africa United States TEST FORMAT Dipstick Colorimetric enzyme activity QC INSIDE No No QUANTITY KIT 25 25 SAMPLE TYPE Vaginal Swab or Saline solution from wet mount Vaginal Swab CLIA Waived Waived CPT CODE 87808QW 87905QW OF STEPS 3 2 PERFORMANCE Culture and Wet Mount Combined 83 99 Gram s Stain SENSITIVITY SPECIFICITY 92 8 98 TIME TO RESULT 10 minute 10 minute KIT STORAGE Room Temp Refrigerated SHELF LIFE 16 Months 11 months SAMPLE TRANSPORT Kit Swabs in clean dry container Kit Swabs in clean dry container 24 hours 36 hours 48 hours 7 days SAMPLE STORAGE ROOM TEMP SWAB REFRIGERATE SWAB Two extra tests for external QC testing NOTE Additional accessory information located on page 22
Women   s Health  Trichomonas Bacterial Vaginosis  14  SEKISUI CAT.    181  183  PRODUCT AVAILABILITY  Americas, Europe, M...
TARGET MARKETS PHYSICIAN SPECIALTY CLINIC SPECIALTY HOSPITAL Pediatrics FP GP OB GYN Urgent Care Community Health Public Health College Health Retail Clinics Reference Labs Women s Prisons Lab Director Microbiology POC Coordinator Purchasing B ENE FIT OS OM FE ATURE S IMPROVED OUTCOMES Better sensitivity than traditional methods RE FE RE NCES Elevated sialidase level that is measured at 12 weeks of gestation is associated strongly with early spontaneous preterm births and miscarriage As the amount of vaginal sialidase activity increases the likelihood of adverse outcomes also increases 11 Rapid Trichomonas antigen testing is equivalent to culture and it compares favorably with the sensitivity of TMA for the detection of TV 12 PATIENT EXPERIENCE Results in 10 min while the patient waits The majority of women at the greatest risk for the sequelae of BV are not in settings where the conventional diagnostic methods are either practical or possible and they greatly benefit from access to rapid reliable point of care tests to improve the diagnosis and management of BV 13 PREVENTION There are a number of complications associated with a Trichomonas and BV infection each of which carries significant health and economic costs MINIMIZE SERIOUS HEALTH CONSEQUENCES 14 susceptibility to HIV and other STD s HSV Chlamydia Gonorrhea increased chance of post operative infections increased risk of pre term birth pelvic inflammatory disease COORDINATED CARE Therapy can be implemented to integrate the efforts of medical and social service The OSOM Trichomonas Rapid Test will be an important addition to the repertoire of techniques available for T vaginalis detection in settings where difficult patient follow up makes point of care testing attractive 15 LOWER COSTS Reduce labor costs and overall expense to the system by avoiding long term serious health consequences The decreased hands on time of performing the OSOM test significantly decreased the amount of MLA MLT time devoted to microscopy The projected labor savings can be utilized to perform other laboratory procedures 15
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Women s Health Trichomonas and BV Method Comparison BACTERIAL VAGINITIS VS GRAM STAIN METHOD REIMBURSEMENT SENSITIVITY SPECIFICITY IN STUDY CPT CODE OSOM BVBLUE 16 17 92 8 98 0 220 87905QW 16 64 Vaginal fluid pH 4 5 90 3 65 1 117 83986QW 4 88 Clue cells 20 71 0 89 5 117 87210 5 82 Vaginal fluid amines 67 7 93 0 117 82120QW 5 17 Abnormal discharge 58 3 46 7 3117 Amsel criteria 58 1 95 4 118 Culture 55 6 86 5 55 87075 6 93 SENSITIVITY SPECIFICITY IN STUDY CPT CODE 83 3 99 0 437 87808QW 16 33 58 0 100 87210 5 82 TRICHOMONAS METHOD OSOM Trichomonas Wet mount 18 REIMBURSEMENT Codes and reimbursement are from 2016 CMS Clinical Diagnostic Fee Schedule and are provided as suggestions and estimates only 16 The OSOM tests are more sensitive than traditional diagnostic methods answers for healthcare start here
Women   s Health  Trichomonas and BV Method Comparison BACTERIAL VAGINITIS  VS. GRAM STAIN  METHOD  REIMBURSEMENT   SENSIT...
Women s Health Standards for Training Assessment WET MOUNT VS CLIA WAIVED TESTS PROVIDER PERFORMED MICROSCOPY PROCEDURES CLIA WAIVED TESTS WET MOUNT OSOM TRICHOMONAS OSOM BV BLUE CLIA Joint Commission CLIA Follow manufacturer instructions Competency assessment observation and documentation of 6 elements below Joint Commission Yearly for all testing personnel and twice annually for new staff 1 Staff training is performed and documented 2 Plus two of the following annually 1 Direct observation of testing and process Testing an unknown sample 2 Monitoring recording reporting of test results Direct observation of testing 3 Review of intermediate test results Quality Control proficiency testing etc Review External QC Written competency exam 4 Assess test performance using previously analyzed samples blind samples or proficiency testing 5 Direct observation of instrument maintenance 6 Assessment of problem solving skills Under GLP Good Laboratory Practices for Waived Sites CDC MMWR staff should be trained before reporting patient results periodic evaluation of competency recommended This information is provided for informational use only please refer to your local state federal and accreditation regulations for specific requirements 17
Women   s Health  Standards for Training   Assessment WET MOUNT VS. CLIA-WAIVED TESTS PROVIDER PERFORMED MICROSCOPY PROCED...
Women s Health hCG SEKISUI CAT 101 102 124 1004 PRODUCT AVAILABILITY Americas Middle East Africa Americas Middle East Africa Americas Middle East Africa United States TEST FORMAT Dipstick Cassette Cassette Cassette QC INSIDE No No No Yes QUANTITY KIT 50 25 25 25 SAMPLE TYPE Urine Urine Urine or Serum Urine or Serum CLIA Waived Waived Waived Urine Waived Urine CPT CODE 81025 81025 81025 Urine 84703 Serum 81025 Urine 84703 Serum OF STEPS 1 1 1 1 PERFORMANCE SENSITIVITY SPECIFICITY 25 mIU ml 20 mIU ml 20 mIU ml 10 mIU ml 25 mIU ml TIME TO RESULT 5 minutes 3 minutes 3 minutes urine 3 to 5 minutes 5 minutes serum KIT STORAGE Room Temp Room Temp Room Temp Refrigerate Room Temp SHELF LIFE 18 months 24 months 24 months 24 months SAMPLE TRANSPORT URINE SERUM PLASMA Dry Container Dry Container Dry Container Collection Tube Dry Container Collection Tube SAMPLE STORAGE ROOM TEMP URINE REFRIGERATE URINE REFRIGERATESERUM PLASMA 48 hours 8 hours 72 hours 8 hours 72 hours 48 hours 48 hours 48 hours 18 Two extra tests for external QC testing NOTE Additional accessory information located on page 22
Women   s Health  hCG SEKISUI CAT.    101  102  124  1004  PRODUCT AVAILABILITY  Americas, Middle East, Africa  Americas, ...
TARGET MARKETS PHYSICIAN SPECIALTY CLINIC SPECIALTY HOSPITAL Pediatrics FP GP OB GYN Urgent Care Community Health College Health Surgery Centers Retail Clinics Reference Labs Women s Prisons Lab Director Microbiology Chemistry POC Coordinator Purchasing BENE FIT OS OM FE ATURE S IMPROVED OUTCOMES Highly sensitive and specific PATIENT EXPERIENCE Fast PREVENTION Avoid complications from drugs or medical procedures COORDINATED CARE Easy to perform in the office LOWER COSTS Economical RE FE RE NCES 19 Avoid complications from drugs or medical procedures answers for healthcare start here
TARGET MARKETS PHYSICIAN SPECIALTY  CLINIC SPECIALTY  HOSPITAL      Pediatrics     FP GP     OB GYN     Urgent Care      C...
Answers for Healthcare STREP A MONO FLU A B H PYLORI IFOB TRICHOMONAS BV hCG Target Market Quick Reference PHYSICIAN SPECIALTY Pediatrics FP GP OB GYN Internal Medicine Urgent Care CLINIC SPECIALTY 20 Community Health Public Health College Health Surgery Centers Retail Clinics Reference Labs Nursing Homes Women s Prisons Lab Director Microbiology HOSPITALS Chemistry Hematology POC Coordinator Purchasing
Answers for Healthcare  STREP A  MONO  FLU A B  H. PYLORI  IFOB  TRICHOMONAS  BV  hCG  Target Market Quick Reference      ...
Answers for Healthcare Accessory Table Additional Catalog Information Quick Reference OSOM Strep A Catalog 141 147 and 149 SEKISUI CAT CONTROLS ADDITIONAL ACCESSORIES QUANTITY 7628 Rayon Swabs 26 7784 Dual Rayon Swab in Transport Tube 30 OSOM Influenza A B Catalog 190 SEKISUI CAT CONTROLS ADDITIONAL ACCESSORIES QUANTITY 191 OSOM Influenza A B Control Kit 5 Flu A Positive 5 Flu B Positive 7703 Foam Swabs 26 7754 Foam Swabs in Transport Tubes 25 7760 Empty Plastic Transport Tubes 25 OSOM Ultra Flu A B Catalog 1006 21 SEKISUI CAT CONTROLS ADDITIONAL ACCESSORIES QUANTITY 1005 OSOM Ultra Flu A B Swab Control Kit 5 Flu A B Positive 5 Flu A B Negative 1007 OSOM Ultra Flu Nasal Wash Kit 5mL Reagent Buffer 50 Pipettes 1008 Flocked Swabs in Transport Tubes 25 1009 Flocked Swabs 25 OSOM H pylori Catalog 175 SEKISUI CAT CONTROLS ADDITIONAL ACCESSORIES QUANTITY 176 OSOM H pylori Control Kit 1 1mL Vial Positive 1 1mL Vial Negative
Answers for Healthcare  Accessory Table Additional Catalog Information Quick Reference OSOM   Strep A  Catalog   141, 147,...
OSOM iFOBT Catalog 1002 SEKISUI CAT CONTROLS ADDITIONAL ACCESSORIES QUANTITY 1000 OSOM iFOBT Control Kit 1 1mL Positive 1 1mL Negative 1001 OSOM iFOBT Stool Collection Tubes 1003 OSOM iFOBT Patient Mailers 25 25 OSOM Trichomonas Catalog 181 SEKISUI CAT CONTROLS ADDITIONAL ACCESSORIES QUANTITY 182 OSOM Trichomonas Control Kit 10 Positive Swabs 185 OSOM Vaginitis Transport Set OSOM Trichomonas and OSOM BVBLUE 50 7628 Rayon Swabs 26 7784 Dual Rayon Swab in Transport Tube 30 OSOM BVBlue Catalog 183 SEKISUI CAT CONTROLS ADDITIONAL ACCESSORIES 184 OSOM BVBLUE Control Kit 186 OSOM BVBLUE Transport Swabs 22 QUANTITY 1 5mL Vial Positive Control 1 5mL Vial Negative Control 50 OSOM hCG Pregnancy Catalog 101 102 124 1004 SEKISUI CAT CONTROLS ADDITIONAL ACCESSORIES QUANTITY 134 OSOM hCG Urine Control Set 1 10mL Vial Positive 1 10mL Vial Negative 138 OSOM hCG Serum Control Set 1 5mL Vial Positive 1 5mL Vial Negative
OSOM   iFOBT  Catalog   1002  SEKISUI CAT.    CONTROLS ADDITIONAL ACCESSORIES  QUANTITY  1000  OSOM   iFOBT Control Kit  1...
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Footnotes 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Abstract of the IDSA 37th Annual Meeting Dr Todd The Children s Hospital Denver CO http www cdc gov getsmart antibiotic use fast facts html ref2 The Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal Vol 16 No 11 Nov 1997 page 1100 CDC http www cdc gov Features strepthroat Theocharis George Vouloumanou Evridiki et al Evaluation of a direct test for seasonal influenza in outpatients European Journal of Internal Medicine Vol 21 2010 434 438 Data on file American Family Physician 2007 Feb 1 75 3 351 358 http www cancer org cancer colonandrectumcancer detailedguide colorectal cancer detection Rex Douglas K M D Johnson David A M D and Joseph C Anderson M D et al American College of Gastroenterology Guidelines for Colorectal Cancer Screening 2008 Am J Gastroenterol February 2009 104 739 50 Heitman Steven J Hilsden Robert J Au Flor et al Colorectal Cancer Screening for Average Risk North Americans An Economic Evaluation Plosmedicine org Nov 2010 7 11 Cauci Sabina PhD Flatow Culhane Jennifer PhD MPH High Sialidase Levels Increase Preterm Birth Risk Among Women Who Are Bacterial Vaginosis Positive in Early Gestation Amer Jrnl OB GYN February 2011 142 e1 142 e9 Jill Huppert Joel Mortensen Jennifer Ree et all Rapid Antigen Testing Compares Favorably with Transcription Mediated Amplification Assay for the Detection of trichomonas vaginalis in young women Clin Infect Dis 2007 Jul 15 45 2 194 8 Epub 2007 Jun 6 Bradshaw C S Morton A N Garland S M et al Evaluation of a Point of Care Test BVBLUE and Clinical Laboratory Criteria for Diagnosis of Bacterial Vaginosis Jrnl of Clin Microbiology Mar 2005 43 3 1304 1308 Bacterial Vaginosis CDC Fact Sheet September 2010 http www cdc gov std bv STDFact Bacterial Vaginosis htm Jill Huppert Byron Batteiger et al Use of Immunochromatographic Assay for rapid detection of Trichomonas vaginalis in Vaginal Specimens Journal of Clinical Microbiology Feb 2005 p 684 687 OSOM BVBLUE package insert Myziuk L Romanowski B and S Johnson BVBLUE Test for Diagnosis of Bacterial Vaginosis Jrnl of Clin Microbiology May 2003 41 5 1925 1928 Wiese Wilhelmine MD Pate Sangya R MD et al A Meta Analysis of the Papanicolaou Smear and Wet Mount for the Diagnosis of Vaginal Trichomoniasis American Journal of Medicine 2000 108 301 308 2016 Sekisui Diagnostics LLC All rights reserved OSOM is a registered U S trademark of Sekisui Diagnostics LLC
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