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Imutest Airborne Allergy 3in1 Saver Self Test
Imutest Airborne Allergy Screen is specially designed to test for allergy antibodies (IgE) to the three most common airborne allergens (Cat, Dust mite and Grass Pollen) all in one simple, rapid test from a single, small finger prick sample.
The new Imutest Airborne Allergy Screen is designed to detect (IgE) antibodies to these three airborne allergens (Cat; Dust Mite; and Grass Pollen) in one simple, fast test. From a single finger prick sample of blood, the test will show if you are positive to one or more of these allergens.
3 Tests in one:
You can use Imutest to test yourself for an allergy in just 30 minutes. It's simple to use, just follow these steps:
1. Prick finger with the disposable lancet provided
Twist and remove the blue protective cover, place the white end against your fingertip and press the lancet gently until it clicks.
2. Use blood collection tube to collect a blood sample
Massage the finger towards the fingertip to form a hanging drop of blood; place the tube horizontally onto the drop of blood and let it automatically fill up to the mark.
3. Place blood sample onto the absorbent pad in the smaller well
Place the end of the tip into the bottom of the smaller well (blood drop symbol); the blood will absorb into the pad.
4. Pour Developer Solution into the test device; wait 15 minutes
Remove the screw top of the (pale blue coloured) Developer Solution and add the contents to the larger, unmarked well.
5. Activate the test result by pulling the blue slider completely out
After fifteen minutes, pull the blue slider, which allows a red-coloured visualising reagent to flow across the test window.
6. 15 minutes after pulling the slider, read your result
One or more result lines will appear adjacent to the symbols on the Imutest device.
Consult the Instructions For Use to determine the status of your Imutest result.
No - We state that our Allergy Tests are not suitable for children under 6 years old due to the fact that their immune systems are immature and levels of total IgE may be different to those of older children and adults.
Can we suggest you visit your GP to get the appropriate advice.