Artron's COVID-19 Antigen Test Nears WHO Approval Milestone
Artron, a leading global provider of innovative in-vitro diagnostic products, has announced a significant breakthrough in the process of obtaining World Health Organization (WHO) approval for its COVID-19 Antigen Test. This breakthrough marks a major milestone in the fight against the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Artron's Rapid COVID-19 Antigen Test for Quick Diagnosis
Artron’s COVID-19 Antigen Test is a rapid and convenient immunochromatographic assay that allows for the qualitative detection of COVID-19 antigen (viral nucleoprotein) from nasopharyngeal swabs obtained from a patient with signs and symptoms of respiratory infection. The device is designed to aid in the rapid diagnosis of COVID-19 virus infection, providing results in as little as 15 minutes.
Artron's COVID-19 Antigen Test Gains Global Regulatory Approvals, Awaits WHO Validation.
This innovative product has been instrumental in helping to detect COVID-19 cases in many countries worldwide. The test has already received regulatory approvals from Health Canada, CE-IVD, and ANVISA, among others. The achievement of WHO approval would be a significant validation of the accuracy and efficacy of Artron’s COVID-19 Antigen Test.
Artron's COVID-19 Antigen Test Awaits WHO Approval
The WHO prequalification process is a rigorous evaluation of a medical product’s safety, quality, and performance. The WHO’s endorsement of Artron’s COVID-19 Antigen Test would be a crucial step in making the product more widely available and accessible to healthcare professionals and individuals around the world.
Artron is proud to be at the forefront of the global fight against COVID-19, and the company is committed to continuing to develop innovative and reliable diagnostic products to support healthcare professionals and patients in the ongoing battle against this pandemic.
For more information on Artron’s COVID-19 Antigen Test and its other diagnostic products, please visit the Artron website or contact their product manager.