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SureQuick Syphilis

Detection of TP Antibodies to aid in the diagnosis of Syphilis.

This test is suitable for testing and screening in clinical and non-clinical settings using whole blood (from venipuncture or fingerstick), serum, or plasma specimens. This valuable diagnostic tool extends to outreach programs and community health settings, enabling broader reach, beyond the conventional clinical landscape. CE marked as an in vitro diagnostic device.

Key Product Features:

Easy-to-Use
• Simple procedure format1. specimen sample
2. Add buffer
3. Wait for result
• Rapid results within 5 minutes
• Detects TP antibodies in whole blood(both fingerstick and venipuncture), serum, or plasma.
• Ambient storage and transport conditions: 2°C - 30°C (36°F - 86°F).

Accurate & Reliable
• Over 99.8% accurate:◦ Sensitivity: 99.9%
◦ Specificity: 99.7%
• Includes a control line to confirm the validity of the test.
• Shelf life of 24 months from the date of manufacture
• Utilizes recombinant Syphilis antigen and a double antigen test format to detect both IgG and IgM antibodies.

Accessible
• Competitively priced for large-scale programs.
• Short lead times

Downloadable Information

Prevalence & Trends

Multiple clinical stages and long periods of latent, asymptomatic infection are characteristic of Syphilis. Syphilis is a preventable and curable, bacterial, sexually transmitted infection (STI). If untreated, it can cause serious health issues.

  • In 2020, WHO estimated that 7.1 million adults aged 15–49 acquired syphilis globally(1)
  • Most infections are asymptomatic or unrecognized.(1)
  • In 2016, the WHO adopted a strategy to reduce Syphilis by 90% by 2030, however, recent evidence suggests an increasing trend in prevalence(2)
  1. WHO 2023, Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) https://www.who.int/news-room/fact-sheets/detail/sexually-transmitted-infections-(stis)
  2. (2) Smolak, A. 2017, Trends and Predictors of Syphilis Prevalence in the General Population: Global Pooled Analyses https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5888928/

Flexible Specimens for Clinical and Non-Clinical Settings

Step 1 -
Collect Specimen & transfer to the specimen area of the casette
Step 2 -
Add 1 drop of buffer and set timer
Step 3 -
Read between 15 and 30 minutes
Negative
Line in the C Zone

Positive
Line in the C & T Zones

Invalid Result
1. Line only in the T zone, or
2. Neither line shows

Training

Training materials for our products are available and recommended to ensure proper utilization by healthcare professionals. These materials cover specimen handling, storage, and equipment maintenance, ensuring accurate results. Request more product information »

Product not available in all territories. Please contact us for details. Please read full instructions before use.

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