Aside from respiratory pathogens, vector borne pathogens, digestive system pathogens and maternal and child health infectious disease tests, there are a variety of other infectious disease tests, such as Monkeypox Virus (MPV) Antigen Rapid Test (Secretion), which can detect MPV antigens in bodily fluids or skin lesion samples. The appropriate test will depend on the suspected infection and may involve blood tests, swab tests, urine tests, or imaging tests, among others.
The Monkeypox Virus (MPV) Antigen Rapid Test is performed by collecting a sample of bodily fluids or skin lesion samples from the patient. The sample is mixed with a test reagent, and the test device is added to the mixture. The test device then detects MPV antigens in the sample and produces a positive or negative result.
Human Brucella (HBS) IgM/IgG Antibody Combined Rapid Test is performed by collecting a small blood sample, which is mixed with a test reagent and added to the test device. The device detects the IgM and IgG antibodies and produces a positive or negative result. The test takes around 15-20 minutes.