FASTCHECKPOC- Food and Inhalant Allergy Rapid Test

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    Internal Reference: DEALLPOC

    • Clinical symptoms of allergies (food or inhalants) are: gastrointestinal (vomiting, bloating, reflux, abdominal pain, diarrhea and constipation) respiratory and ocular (asthma, seasonal and perennial rhinitis and conjunctivitis) and cutaneous (eczema, urticaria, etc.)
    • To help diagnose these disorders the FASTCHECKPOC is ideal to use and easy to perform by healthcare professionals (nutritionists, pediatricians, dermatologists, gastroenterologists, pneumologists, etc.) to screen their patients for allergies during consultation, without the need for lab testing
    • There are various conditions that render common skin test methods dangerous (risk of anaphylactic shock) or difficult to perform. In such cases, a secure diagnostic alternative for allergy such as FASTCHECKPOC is required (e.g. pregnant women, children or patients with acute skin conditions or taking antihistamines)
    • Tests 25 of the most prevalent allergies, inhalants and food, worldwide (90% of the most common allergies covered)
    • It is an ELISA protocol for semi-quantitative determination of allergen-specific IgE: i.e. the visual categorization into 5 levels enables the classification of the allergy test results into respective CAP classes: Results read with the naked eye, as compared to a control signal for each allergen
    • The world’s only 30-minute Point of Care rapid allergy test
    • Test kit includes all necessary equipment: test cassette, small reagent rack with color-coded test tubes, syringe for injecting the blood sample and reagents, blood collection set with alcohol swab, safety lancet, capillary tube (lithium heparin), cotton swab and adhesive bandage, descriptive instructions with pictures, evaluation sheet for the patient’s test results)
    • Studies carried out by renowned international allergologists at various hospitals and research institutes confirm the high accuracy of the FASTCHECKPOC rapid allergy test compared to the usual laboratory testing systems. Experts have approved that FastCheckPOC is a new rapid point of contact in vitro test for assessment of sensitisation to allergens. Results have shown that the degree of allergen sensitization in patients correlates with the results of the rapid test with FASTCHECKPOC
    • Customizable report with your logo and your patient’s data
    • Reliable diagnosis with just a few drops of blood (200 microliters) from the finger tip
    • Suitable for both adults and children (over the age of 5)
    • 18 months’ shelf life
    • Storage in refrigerators (2-8 degrees Celsius)
    • Highest quality of allergens and reagents
    • DST Company is certified by the TÜV Rheinland according to ISO 9001 and EN ISO 13485
    Allergies vs Food Intolerances

    • Unlike food intolerances that are related mainly to the increase in immunoglobulins G4 (IgG4) and constitute a less defined and categorized medical disorder, food and inhalant allergies are related to the increase in immunoglobulins E (IgE) and are considered a well set disease in medicine with defined physiologic mechanism and with distinct pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatment protocols
    • Symptoms of allergies and food intolerances could be sometime similar. Therefore, a proper diagnosis is essential to take proper therapeutic actions
    • Food allergies can be triggered by even a small amount of the food and occur every time the food is consumed. People with food allergies are generally advised to avoid the offending foods completely. On the other hand, food intolerance often are dose related
    Also available in packs of 4: DEALLPOCP4, 20: DEALLPOCP20 & 50: DEALLPOCP50
    Watch tutorial video for the test procedure
    Download the Evaluation Sheet  
    Download and print this A3 Poster or this A5 Flyer to let your patients know about the test availability in your clinic
    Check out Article 1 that evaluates this test and Article 2 which uses this test in research


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