RAMP PROCALCITONIN TEST
Lateral flow flurescence-based immunoassay
Class C. MDA Approved
*Professional Use Only
Procalcitonin (PCT) is a sensitive biomarker that is increased in the blood of sepsis patients. PCT is used by doctors to differentiate between bacterial sepsis and other conditions that have similar symptoms.
RAMP Procalcitonin is a quantitative in vitro diagnostic test used with the RAMP System to measure levels of the prohormone procalcitonin (PCT) directly from a small sample of whole blood preserved in EDTA.
In acute care testing, the RAMP System will help clinician to make informed patient management decisions. It is the only fast, quantitative, and self-calibrating platform and iit provides accurate results. With the RAMP 200 and RAMP reader systems, you'll get faster results with less stress in the lab.
*Designed to be run with RAMP System
**Quality control is optional
Features and Benefits:
RAMP® System is a lateral flow immunoassay platform that provides accurate and precise diagnostic information in ~15 minutes. Every package includes a calibrated transfer device, as well as a patented RAMP® buffer that improves performance.
Together with a quantitative fluorescence immunoassay principle, the RAMP ratio enables adjustment for sources of analytical variability.
Only 75 µL of EDTA whole blood is required. The test can be performed in about 15 minutes.
A single-use test cartridge with a barcode is used to calibrate a specific lot.
12-month shelf life.