H. Pylori Test Kit McKesson H. Pylori 10 Tests CLIA Waived Sample Dependent

H. Pylori Test Kit McKesson H. Pylori 10 Tests CLIA Waived Sample Dependent


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SKU # 1195812
Manufacturer # 181-37010
Brand McKesson
Manufacturer McKesson Brand
Country of Origin United States
Application H. Pylori Test Kit
CLIA Classification CLIA Waived for Whole Blood / CLIA Moderate Complexity for Serum, Plasma
CLIA Classified CLIA Waived Sample Dependent
Contents 1 10 Test Devices, 10 Capillary Tubes, Dropper Bottle of Developer Solution, Instructions for Use, Procedure Card
Is_Active_Vendor Y
Is_Discontinued N
Is_Medical_Device N
Lot_Tracking_Flag N
Number of Tests 10 Tests
On_Allocation N
Purchase Program Type Standard Purchase
Reading Type Visual Read
Sample Type Whole Blood / Serum / Plasma Sample
Specialty Immunoassay
Supplier_ID 487886
Test Format Cassette Format
Test Kit Type Rapid
Test Name H. Pylori
Test Type Infectious Disease Immunoassay
Time to Results 10 Minute Results
UNSPSC Code 41116129


  • Consult® H. pylori Cassette Test Kit
  • Qualitatively detects anti-Helicobacter pylori antibody in whole blood (from anticoagulated or fingerstick), serum, or plasma specimens
  • Used as an aid in the diagnosis of H. pylori infection in adult patients with symptoms of gastrointestinal disorders
  • Delivers rapid results in ten minutes
  • Simple to use - add sample and buffer
  • Individually packaged test cassettes help maintain the quality
  • Each test device contains a membrane strip coated with H. pylori antigen and a pad with indicator conjugates in a protein matrix
  • Includes 10 capillary tubes to contain each specimen separately and avoid cross-contamination
  • Includes one dropper bottle of developer solution containing sodium azide (0.1%) as a preservative
  • For in vitro diagnostic use only
  • For prescription use only
  • 15-month shelf life
  • Store in a cool, dry, well-ventilated area between 35°F (2°C) and 85°F (30°C)
  • Not Made with Natural Rubber Latex
  • Packaged: 10 Per Box, 150 Boxes Per Case