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1. Product name
Common name: Disposable sampler
1 person set / pack, 20 persons set / box, 30 persons set / box,
50 persons set / box, 100 persons set / box.
3. Main structure and performance
It usually consists of a swab and / or a cup, tube, etc. containing a preservation solution. Sterile
4. Scope of application
For sample collection, transportation and storage.
5. Contraindications, Precautions, Warnings, Instruction
(1). The disposable sampler should be sent for inspection as soon as possible after sampling, and
immediately transported at 2-8 ° C. The collected samples can be placed at 2-8 ° C for a short
period of 48 hours; long-term storage should be placed at low temperature below -20 ° C, Store at
70 ° C or -196 ° C.
(2). This product is strictly forbidden for sampling of bacterial samples. The antibiotics contained in
the preservation solution can inhibit bacteria.
(3). It is forbidden to directly contact the collected patient, and it is forbidden to sample the
patient after wetting the swab.
(4). Sampling should be performed strictly in accordance with the sampling procedure, so that the
sampling location is accurate and the sampling intensity is uniformly suitable, otherwise it will
affect the quality of sample collection.
(5). Do not use the product after its expiration date or its packaging is damaged.
6. How to use
(1). Medical institutions or users can sterilize sampling tubes and swabs before use.
(2). Mark the relevant sample information on the sampling tube and inject an appropriate amount
of sample preservation solution.
(3). According to different sampling requirements, use a sampling swab to sample at the
corresponding location, hold the handle and gently insert the sampling swab into the sampling site,
gently rotate the sampling swab 3-5 times, and then slowly remove it.
(4). Put the extracted sample into the sampling tube, break the part of the sampling swab that is
higher than the sampling tube, then tighten the tube cap tightly and seal it to complete the
(5). Freshly collected clinical specimens should be delivered to the laboratory within 48 hours at 4 °
C. If they are not delivered to the laboratory within 48 hours, they should be stored at -70 ° C or
below. Specimens should be inoculated and separated as soon as possible after being sent to the
laboratory, and those that can be inoculated and separated within 48 hours can be stored at 4 ° C.
If it cannot be inoculated, it should be stored at -70 ° C or below.
(6). There are several conventional sampling methods:
2a) Nasal swab: Gently insert the swab head into the nasal condyle inside the nasal passage, and
then slowly turn it out after staying for a while. Wipe the other nostril with another swab, immerse
the swab head in the sampling solution, and discard the tail.
b) Pharyngeal swab: Wipe bilateral pharyngeal tonsil and posterior pharyngeal wall with the swab.
Also immerse the swab head in the sampling solution and discard the tail.
c) Mouthwash: Rinse the mouth with 10mL of normal saline."Oh", let the normal saline rotate in
the pharynx, and collect the lotion with a 50mL empty sampling tube.
d) Nasal wash solution: The patient takes a sitting position, tilts his head back, and injects 50mL of
normal saline into one nostril with a pipette, and instructs the patient to make a K sound at the
same time to close the pharynx. Then let the patient lower their heads to let the saline flow out,
collect the lotion with a 50mL empty sampling tube, and repeat the process to wash the nostrils on
e) Nasopharyngeal extracts: Tracheal and bronchial secretions are often collected using this
method. Mucus is extracted from the nasopharynx using a collector connected to a negative
pressure pump. First insert the collector head into the nasal cavity, turn on the negative pressure,
rotate the collector head and push it out slowly. Collect and extract mucus, and rinse the collector
three times with 5 mL of collection solution.
f) Autopsy tissue specimens: When necessary, autopsy tissue specimens are collected for sample
component separation. The specimen was autopsy tissue.
g) Sampling of Mycoplasma, Chlamydia, Ureaplasma specimens: Male: Insert a sterile cotton swab
into the urethra about 2 cm to rotate, take a few seconds to take the material. Female: Wipe off
cervical mucus, insert 1-2cm of cervical canal with sterile swab to take material.
7. Storage conditions
Store at normal temperature, store in a dry and ventilated place, avoid moisture, not with
poisonous or special smell.
Store the items together and avoid direct contact with fire sources and flammable and corrosive