Syphilis Antibody card
Test for detection of IgG/IgM antibodies to Leptospira organisms in human serum and plasma samples.
The clinical manifestations of leptospirosis range from a mild catarrh like illness to icteric disease with severe liver and kidney involvement. Natural reservoirs for leptospirosis include rodents as well as a large variety of domesticated mammals. The organisms occupy the lumen of nephritic tubules in their natural host and are shed in to the urine. Human infection derives from direct exposure to infected animals for e.g. (veterinarians, abattoir workers, or dairy workers) or by exposure to environment contaminated by animal carriers (e.g. agricultural workers). The organisms enter the host through skin abrasions, mucosal surfaces or the eye. The incubation period can range from 3 to 30 days but is usually found to be 10 to 12 days. Antibodies can become detectable by the 6th to 10th day of disease and generally reach peak levels within 3 to 4 weeks.
|Pack Sizes||25 Test.|
|Kit components||Test Device|
Instructions for Use
|Test Procedure||Qualitative only|
|Sample Type||Serum or Plasma|
|Kit dimensions||25 test – 75x150x110 mm.|
50 test – 75x275x135 mm
|Approx. weight of kit||25 test – 150 gms.|
50 test – 300 gms
|Storage Temperature||Room Temperature|
|Shelf life||24 months|
|Supply Capacity||100 mn ml per annum|