Nasopharyngeal Swab

Short Description:

Model Number: NFS-TB (150X8LMZ22ZR)

Intended use: Collect virus samples from human nasopharyngeal and respiratory tract,for influenza, HFMD and other respiratory virus disease

Material: Nylon flocked swab

Breakpoint: 8cm

Sterilization: Irradiation

Validity period: 2 years

Certificate: CE,FDA

OEM: Available

Product Detail

Product Tags



Product Name: Disposable Specimen Collection Swab

Tip Material: Nylon Flocked Fiber

Stick Material: ABS

OEM: Available

Application: Nasal sampling

Nasopharyngeal Swab-9


Nylon flocked tip

Superior sample collection and elution DNase and RNase free and do not contain PCR-inhibitory agents

Molded breakpoint

Molded break point handle, swab head easily broken into transportation tube

Individually Packed

Irradiation sterilization, individually packed in paper-poly pouch

Nasopharyngeal Swab-10


Open the package and take out the sampling swab

After collecting the sample, put it into the sample tube

Break the swab rod along the breaking point of the sampling swab, and leave the swab head in the sampling tube

Tighten the pipe cover and indicate the collection information

There are no specific contraindications for collecting specimens with nasopharyngeal swabs. However, clinicians should be cautious if the patient has had recent nasal trauma or surgery, has a markedly deviated nasal septum, or has a history of chronically blocked nasal passages or severe coagulopathy.

Ask the patient to take off her mask and blow her nose into a tissue to clear excess secretions from the nasal passages. Remove the swab from the packaging. Tilt the patient’s head back slightly, so that the nasal passages become more accessible. Ask the patient to close her eyes to lessen the mild discomfort of the procedure. Gently insert the swab along the nasal septum, just above the floor of the nasal passage, to the nasopharynx, until resistance is felt .

The swab should reach a depth equal to the distance from the nostrils to the outer opening of the ear. The CDC recommends leaving the swab in place for several seconds to absorb secretions and then slowly removing the swab while rotating it. Your institution may also recommend rotating the swab in place several times before removing it. Ask the patient to reapply her mask.


pouch package

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