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Impact Health offers COVID-19 Rapid Ten Minute Test Kit and Services

09:00 EDT 26 Mar 2020 | PR Web

Impact Health today announces a limited availability of rapid response COVID-19 test kits in response to the current crisis. The firm will administer these kits with a credentialed, nationwide nursing and technician staff with years of service providing testing, screening and immunizations. The offer is targeted at health systems, hospitals, employers and government at the federal and state levels.

KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa. (PRWEB) March 26, 2020

Impact Health today announces a limited availability of rapid response COVID-19 test kits in response to the current crisis. The firm will administer these kits with a credentialed, nationwide nursing and technician staff with years of service providing testing, screening and immunizations. The offer is targeted at health systems, hospitals, employers and government at the federal and state levels.

“The COVID-19 rapid ten minute test kit is a unique method for understanding the scope and reach of coronavirus disease and can quickly and accurately identify people who have been exposed requiring self-quarantining or Physician referral to protect themselves and others.” Mike McNamara, CEO Impact Health.

COVID-19 Rapid Test Details:

  •     Rapid test is an IgG/IgM rapid fingerstick test that gives results in ten minutes
  •     Accuracy rate is 92.9%
  •     Specimens do not need to be sent to a lab for processing nor require on-site laboratory equipment as the results display directly on the test kit strip
  •     Lateral flow chromatographic immunoassay for the qualitative detection of IgG and IgM antibodies to the COVID-19 virus meaning the combination IgG/IgM test can reflect virus infection and the immune status of the body effectively and quickly
  •     Provides highly accurate results from a drop of fingertip blood, can distinguish recent or current infection, past infection, no infection swiftly

The COVID-19 Rapid Test Kit is approved under the CE process for distribution in Europe. For the US, distribution is available in accordance with new draft guidance by the FDA as well as their waiver allowing Governors to approve COVID-19 test kits for use in their states. These test kits have been validated by the manufacturer who has complied by applying for Emergency Use Authorization (EUA) in the U.S.

Impact Health’s COVID-19 rapid test kit is ideally suited for quickly and accurately screening mass populations in hospitals, employers as well as schools and airports. For more information about the COVID-19 rapid ten minute test kits and test administering services, please contact:
Mark Bond, RPh.
1.800.470.4439
sales@impacthealth.com

About Impact Health
Established as a clinical laboratory in 1987, Impact Health is one of the nation’s leading providers of onsite clinical testing, health, wellness and consultative support for health promotion services. For over 30 years, we have performed testing for thousands of organizations. Impact Health’s strong clinical foundation and expertise in employee health screenings has led to long-term client relationships with many of the nation’s largest hospital systems, managed care organizations, mass media outlets, health plans, and Fortune 1000 firms.

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