Campylobacter

Description

Campylobacter is a bacterium that usually affects the small intestine causing traveler’s diarrhea or food poisoning. Infection occurs by eating meat contaminated with the bacterium frequently poultry. You can also transmit to drinking unpasteurized milk or contaminated water. The symptoms of infection begin two to five days after having been in contact with the bacteria.

Campylobacter causes abdominal pain including cramping, headache, fever, nausea and watery diarrhea.

Vitassay makes available a rapid test for the qualitative detection of these antibodies. It is a rapid test for single use only 10 minutes to have an outcome based on a stool sample.

Its easy to use anywhere, low cost and high accuracy make them a key product for reducing antibiotic treatments helping to reduce other complementary examinations.

Specifications

MethodImmunochromatographic
Time to result10 minutes
SpecimenFaecal
Storage up to24 Months
Storage temperature2 - 30 °C