Conduct the Test THRICE in Window Period (Get 3 Packs! )
After being infected with HIV, it might take a period of time before HIV antibodies could be found in the blood sample. This period of time being infected but not detected by test is called window period. Negative result does not guarantee there is no HIV antibody in low concentration. Thus the test should be repeated in day 1, day 16 and day 90
if you suspect of being infected.
Rapid Screening at Home, 99%+ Accuracy
The testing procedure is simple. You can do it yourself at home. For you and your loved one, perform a safe and accurate test.
The HIV test kit includes alcohol wipe, lancet, mini pipette and buffer solution.
- Simple: Only one drop of blood is enough for the test.
- Reliable: Qualitatively detect HIV1, HIV2 and HIVO. >99% accuracy.
- Fast: Result in 15 minutes.
- Convenient: Additional equipment and stop eating before test is not needed.
HIV Testing Procedure
Wipe your fingertip with alcohol wipe paper to disinfect the blood collection area, then position the lancet on the fingertip and press the button on the lancet. Hard press your fingertip to squeeze out a big blood droplet
Collect the blood sample by pipette and drip onto the sample area (S) of the test kit. Add 1-2 drops of buffer solution onto the same area and wait for the results.
Principle of the HIV test
The assay starts with a sample and diluent applied to the respective well. The HIV antigen-colloidal gold conjugate embedded in the sample pad reacts with the HIV antibody present in blood, serum or plasma sample forming conjugate/HIV antibody complex. As the mixture is allowed to migrate along the test strip, the conjugate/HIV antibody complex is captured by a second antibody immobilized on a membrane forming a colored test band in the test region. A negative sample does not produce a test band due to the absence of colloidal gold conjugate/HIV antibody complex. The antigens used in the conjugate test are recombinant proteins that correspond to highly immunoreactive regions of HIV1 and HIV2. A colored control band in the control region appears at the end of test procedure regardless of test result. This control band is the result of colloidal gold conjugate binding to the anti-HIV antibody immobilized on the membrane. The control band indicates that the colloidal gold conjugate is functional.
Negative: Due to the window period, negative result does not guarantee there is no HIV antibody in low concentration. Thus the test should be repeated in 16 days.
Positive: Please consult medical attention at once.
If you have any question on Doctoreyes HIV rapid test kit, please contact Chi Shing Biotech Co. Ltd.,
Hong Kong Hotline: +852 2232-0626, Professional consultant will answer your questions.
For any positive test result, an additional testing is necessary to confirm a preliminary positive result. You may seek support and further consultation from the following hotline and HIV antibody testing services:
- Virtual AIDS Office of Hong Kong (+852 2780-2211)
- AIDS Concern (+852 2394-6677)
- Hong Kong AIDS Foundation (+852 2560-8528)
Components from USA, made in Hong Kong.