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Malaria Dipstick Test- 100 pk

The Malaria Rapid Test is designed as a simple, rapid, qualitative and cost-effective method for testing the presence of Plasmodium falciparum malaria in blood.

-194.99 OR A 100 casettes w/ pipettor per case. To order please call 318-227-4994



NOTE: Bring all patient samples and test components to room temperature (15-30° C) before assaying.

Open the foil pouch at the notch and remove test strip

If the test sample is refrigerated, remove it from the refrigerator and allow it to come to room temperature.

Label the test device with patient name or identification number.

Add the specimen sample in the center of SAMPLE WELL using an accurate 5 or 10 µl pipette. Add 5 – 10 µl specimen into the sample well.

Invert the diluent bottle and hold it vertically (not at an angle) over the sample well. Add 4 drops (~200 µl) of diluent slowly dropwise with the provided dropper into the sample well.

Read results within 15 minutes after the addition of diluent.

Note: Some Rapid tests may develop a faint line upon drying. Results should not be read after 30 minutes.


Positive: Two burgundy colored lines appear, one in the Control region (C) and one in the Test region (T). A positive result indicates presence of P. falciparumhistidine-rich protein II (PfHRP-II), which is present in infected red blood cells.

Negative: One burgundy colored line appears in the Control Region (C), with no apparent line in the Test Region (T). A negative result indicates there is no presence of PfHRP-II.

Invalid: No burgundy colored lines appear, or a line appears in the Test Region (T) but not in the Control Region (C). An invalid result may be due to improper testing procedures or deterioration of the test components. Repeat the assay sequence using a new device.