Before COVID-19, a runny nose, fatigue, sore throat, headache and fever were symptoms that made you wonder if you had a little cold or the flu after all. Now the question quickly arises as to whether it is COVID-19 after all. To minimise the risk of infecting others, it is important to know what is going on. A little cold, the flu, COVID-19?
It is especially important to know exactly what you have if you belong to a vulnerable group. Especially since viral inhibitors may be prescribed. Or because antibiotics do not need to be administered in case of flu. Or to know whether someone needs to be quarantined. In all these cases, a combination rapid test is very useful. Read more about why an influenza rapid test is important here.
The Lomina SARS-CoV-2 + Influenza A/B antigen uses a 'front-nose-swab', which causes less discomfort for the person being tested. The test result indicates:
The Lomina SARS-CoV-2 / Influenza A + B test has a tremendously high sensitivity and specificity, especially when compared me the same tests from other manufacturers. Look here for a comparison.
For more information, read the IFU (Instructions for Use) in the appendix. It also contains the sensitivity and specificity percentages of all three test items. You can also find the Declaration of Conformity of this test in the downloads.
Ask here more (price)information about this test that has to be taken by a professional (this test is not certified as a self-test).