Home Access Hiv Test Express
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Contains one single-use sample collection kit for the detection of antibodies to HIV-1. Next day results (excluding weekends and holidays). Greater than 99.9% accurate. Reliable as tests used by doctors and hospitals (archives in Internal Medicine 1997). Results and counseling available by phone. For in-vitro diagnostic use. Advantages of Home Access System: FDA approved; Accurate test results (Reliable as tested used doctor and hospitals); Safe - Clinically proven (98% of users collected a blood spot as well as medical professionals); Confidential and anonymous; Overnight shipping and lab service included; All in four easy steps; Printed test results available. Contents: 1 Instruction insert; 1 Things you should know about HIV and Aids insert; 1 Blood sample collection card with Home Access code number; 1 Alcohol prep pad; 1 Gauze pad; 2 Lancets; 1 Adhesive bandage; 1 Sample return pouch; 1 Cardboard envelope; 1 Overnight shipping envelope. Do not let contents get wet. For self - use only. Accurate: The Home Access HIV-1 Test System was evaluated in U.S. multi-center clinical studies and is as accurate as tests used by doctors and hospitals and is FDA approved. Convenient: May be used at home. Results, medically supervised counseling and referrals available by phone. The Home Access Guarantee. Home Access Health Corporation guarantees that you will be 100% satisfied with your purchase or we will replace your kit or refund you money. We guarantee that all Home Access test results are completely confidential and anonymous. A valid code number is required for any refund or replacement.
Four Easy Steps: Step 1: Register your Home Access code number. Step 2: Collect your sample. Step 3: Ship your sample in the pre-paid overnight envelope. Step 4: Call for your result in 1 day (excluding weekends and holidays).
Hemophiliacs or those on anticoagulant therapy should consult with their physician before using this kit. Use by persons under the age of 18 has not been evaluated.