How to use an iCare Hepatitis B test kit - by LT Labs

By: LT LABS

Welcome to this demonstration video on how to use the iCare Hepatitis B Test Kit. Detailed instructions can also be found in the package, either on an instructions insert, or printed on the back of the test kit packet. Please follow all steps carefully. Opening the main package, you will find an alcohol prep pad, a lancet, a diluent bottle, and a test packet. In the test packet, you will find a plastic test cassette, a micro pipette (or dropper) and a moisture absorbent packet.

The moisture absorbent packet is not used for the test and should be discarded. Begin by placing the test cassette on a flat surface. The test cassette consists of 2 main parts: the well, where you will place your blood sample, and the result window, which will show the result. Open the alcohol pad and sterilise the finger to be tested. You will get the best results drawing the blood from the inside surface of the finger. Clean the entire tip of your finger by rubbing thoroughly with the alcohol prep pad. Next, prepare the lancet by removing the cap and disposing of it. The lancet is now ready for use.

Press the open end of the lancet firmly against the sterile area of your finger. The lancet will then prick the finger. Dispose of the lancet with care. Using the micro pipette, gather a drop of blood from the finger. You may need to squeeze your finger several times to produce enough blood for the sample. Next, add one drop of blood into the well of the test cassette. Then, add 2 drops of the diluent solution.

After 15 minutes, review the test cassette. Do not read the results after 20 minutes. A single line in the result window at the "C" position indicates a negative result. A negative result means the sample indicates that you do not have Hepatitis B. 2 lines in the result window at the "C" and "T" positions indicate a positive result.

How to use an iCare Hepatitis B test kit  -  by LT Labs

A positive result means the sample indicates that you have Hepatitis B. You should visit a licensed medical professional immediately for further testing. Earlier diagnosis allows for more effective treatment. If no lines appear, or if the line appears at the wrong position, the test is invalid. You should test again with a new kit. Never re-use a test kit. Please dispose of all test kit components safely after reading your result. The test kit package includes a guide for interpreting the results.

Thank you for choosing iCare. Please visit our website if you wish to order a Hepatitis B test kit.

Blackhead Extraction 2017 | Part 1 ~Blackhead Removal on Face ~

A blackhead is a back logged hair follicle (pore) in the skin. Keratin (skin debris) combines with essential oil to dam the hair foillicle. A blackhead can be open (blackhead extraction)…

Views: 1 343 By: Blackhead Extraction 2017
A Stomach Balloon to Treat Obesity Approved by the FDA

I'm Shelby Cullinan with today's health news. Those who struggle with their weight may now have an alternative to weight loss surgery — with the help of a balloon. The US FDA…

Views: 771 By: DailyRx
HIV Testing Explained in ASL

Hi! My name is Dru I am the Project HOPE Case Manager at DEAF, Inc. I will be talking about HIV testing. You can take an HIV test to find out if you have the virus or not. Why should…

Views: 4 879 By: Project HOPE
Medical Secrets That Could Be Hindering Your Sexual Health

“Talking about women’s sexual health can sometimes seem taboo. But one doctor has made it her mission. And she reveals to us, three medical secrets that could sabotage your sexual health.”…

Views: 236 By: DailyRx
12 Risk Factors of Infertility in Men and Women Reasons for Infertility…

Welcome to my channel health for you 12 Risk factors of infertility In medicine, a risk factor is something that raises the risk of developing a condition, disease or symptom. For example,…

Views: 31 By: Health4u
Infertility Diagnosis, Risks, Causes of infertility in Women and Men Reasons…

Welcome to my channel health for you What is Infertility? Infertility refers to an inability to conceive after having regular unprotected sex. Infertility can also refer to the biological…

Views: 63 By: Health4u