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OraSure QuickFlu® Rapid Flu A+B Test is an in vitro rapid qualitative test that detects influenza type A and type B antigens directly from nasal swab, nasopharyngeal (NP) swab, and nasopharyngeal (NP) aspirate/wash specimens. It is intended to aid in the rapid differential diagnosis of influenza A and B viral infections.

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OraSure QuickFlu® Delivers Highly Accurate Results for Flu Types A and B and Meets FDA's New Standards of Performance Recommendations¹
  • For Influenza A, nasal swabs produce 97% sensitivity and 94.2% specificity
  • For Influenza B, nasal swabs produce 94.3% sensitivity and 93.5% specificity

(Samples that produced discrepant results between OraSure QuickFlu® and viral culture were further analyzed with realtime RT-PCR, and RT-PCR results were considered as true results).

Compare Your Clinical Performance Characteristics...

OraSure QuickFlu® Detects a Wide Spectrum of Flu Strains, Including 2009 H1N1
  • OraSure QuickFlu® Clinical performance characteristics established across 3 recent flu seasons (2007 - 2009)
  • Proven clinical detection of 2009 H1N1 outlined in its package insert: detected 71.6% of the CDC RT-PCR test positive specimens – up to 30% more than CDC findings for similar rapid flu tests

Compare Your Rapid Flu Test Procedure...

OraSure QuickFlu® is a Simple, Easy-to-Use Rapid Flu Test
  • Extract
    • Fill extraction well with reagent. Insert swab or wash/aspirate and wait 1 minute.
  • Incubate
    • Tip device, allowing liquid to flow, then lay flat.
  • Read
    • Interpret results at 10-15 minutes.

Compare Your Rapid Testing Workflow...

OraSure QuickFlu® Provides Maximum Flexibity with Minimal Impact on Workflow, and No Need to Use Transport Media 

While testing fresh specimens is best, OraSure QuickFlu® allows flexible timing after collection before testing
  • Swab samples may be stored up to 4 hours at room temperature or up to 8 hours at 2-8°C before testing
  • Aspirate samples may be stored up to 8 hours at room temperature or up to 24 hours at 2-8°C; can be frozen for up to 7 days
  • Ready-to-use reagents with room temperature storage

Compare Your Total Rapid Flu Testing Costs...

OraSure QuickFlu® Delivers an All-in-One Package with Little Soft Cost Impact
  • Includes flocked swab
    • No added collection devices needed
  • OraSure QuickFlu® allows fexible timing
    • Transport media is unnecessary with most workflows
  • Easy-to-use rapid flu test with built-in control line
    • Cuts down on user error
  • Highly efficient flocked swab reduces repeat testing
    • Superior collection and release results in superior performance

Compare Your Specimen Collection...

OraSure QuickFlu® Enhances Specimen Collection in Common Flu Specimens
  • Includes flocked swab
    • Optimizes sample collection and release resulting in superior performance
    • CDC recommends flocked swabs for influenza specimen collection²
    • The American Society of Microbiology says "NP flocked swabs collect better samples than routine NP swabs"³
  • OraSure QuickFlu® uses common specimens to test for flu virus
    • Nasal swab, NP swab or NP aspirate/wash
    • Nasal swab collection is comfortable for the patient, simple for healthcare provider, and does not require ancillary supplies

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OraSure QuickFlu New FDA Guidelines

The FDA has issued a reclassification proposal for ALL rapid influenza detection tests.

The information provided on this webpage is intended only for the residents of the United States. The products discussed herein may have different labeling in different countries and may not be for sale in all other countries.

Page last updated: 12/30/2015 3:20:59 PM