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Trichomoniasis vaginalis rapid test

This test is designed for user-friendly and convenient early microscopic detection by culture confirmation of  T. vaginalis.

  • Highly selective, culture media detection of   Trichomonas vaginalis, in a cost-effective, easy to use, broth media device 
  • Allows wet mount immediate observation or store/transport
  • Saves time, material cost and waste, reducing exposure to collected sample

THE PROBLEM

Human trichomoniasis is a sexually transmitted infection (STI) caused by the flagellated protozoan  Trichomonas vaginalis (TV) . It is recognized as the most prevalent non-viral sexually transmitted infections world-wide, in both males and females.  TV is not a   reportable disease  — creating serious challenges in treating this disease.  It is  increasingly resistant  to the most prescribed treatment, Metronidazole (MTZ). When the infection persists, the patient can develop acute urogenital inflammatory conditions, infertility, and increased vulnerability to cervical cancer and HIV.

THE SOLUTION

InPouch is designed for user-friendly and convenient early microscopic detection by culture confirmation of  T. vaginalis . InPouch consists of a high-barrier, oxygen-resistant, plastic with two V-shaped-chambers connected by a narrow passage that, together, provide a variety of benefits — and allows users to easily inoculate a specimen, immediately observe (wet mount) the specimen, store and/or transport (optional) before transferring to the lab for incubation and recording.

  • Presumptive positive results when trichomonads are observed microscopically.  If negative upon initial observation, incubate at 37°C and examine every 24 hours for 5 days.
  • No plating or wet mount slide preparation needed — place directly on the microscope stage for low power (100x) observation
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    This test is designed for user-friendly and convenient early microscopic detection by culture confirmation of  T. vaginalis.

    • Highly selective, culture media detection of   Trichomonas vaginalis, in a cost-effective, easy to use, broth media device 
    • Allows wet mount immediate observation or store/transport
    • Saves time, material cost and waste, reducing exposure to collected sample

    THE PROBLEM

    Human trichomoniasis is a sexually transmitted infection (STI) caused by the flagellated protozoan  Trichomonas vaginalis (TV) . It is recognized as the most prevalent non-viral sexually transmitted infections world-wide, in both males and females.  TV is not a   reportable disease  — creating serious challenges in treating this disease.  It is  increasingly resistant  to the most prescribed treatment, Metronidazole (MTZ). When the infection persists, the patient can develop acute urogenital inflammatory conditions, infertility, and increased vulnerability to cervical cancer and HIV.

    THE SOLUTION

    InPouch is designed for user-friendly and convenient early microscopic detection by culture confirmation of  T. vaginalis . InPouch consists of a high-barrier, oxygen-resistant, plastic with two V-shaped-chambers connected by a narrow passage that, together, provide a variety of benefits — and allows users to easily inoculate a specimen, immediately observe (wet mount) the specimen, store and/or transport (optional) before transferring to the lab for incubation and recording.

    • Presumptive positive results when trichomonads are observed microscopically.  If negative upon initial observation, incubate at 37°C and examine every 24 hours for 5 days.
    • No plating or wet mount slide preparation needed — place directly on the microscope stage for low power (100x) observation
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