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What is the expiry date of your test kits?


Inspire Diagnostics ships Intrivo On/Go test kits to US customers. While the LOT number listed on your test kit may have a date/year from the past, please note the FDA provided all Intrivo On/Go test kits an extended shelf life. Please see here for the official extension notice. Intrivo On/Go kits continue to be [...]

What is the expiry date of your test kits?2022-08-17T20:35:43+00:00

What is your cancellation/refund policy?


Inspire Diagnostics, LLC. (Any other orgs associated with ID) are unable to accept returns of any COVID-19 testing kits for resale. Accordingly, ALL SALES OF COVID-19 TESTS ARE FINAL. Once your order is submitted the sale is determined complete and NO REFUNDS will be issued. It is the responsibility of the customer to inspect the [...]

What is your cancellation/refund policy?2022-07-07T20:29:36+00:00

What is the difference between a PCR test and an antigen test since they both test for the COVID-19 virus?


Rapid antigen tests are commonly used in the diagnosis of respiratory pathogens including influenza viruses.  Rapid antigen tests perform best when the person is tested in the early stages of infection with SARS-CoV-2 when viral load is generally highest.  The FDA cites rapid antigen tests can be used for screening testing in settings in [...]

What is the difference between a PCR test and an antigen test since they both test for the COVID-19 virus?2020-10-16T18:48:50+00:00

How are tests administered?


Rapid, Point-of--Care At-Home Collection Saliva Tests Rapid, point-of-care tests use a mucus sample from the nose or throat, but can be analyzed at the doctor’s office or clinic where the sample is collected and results may be available in minutes.  These may be molecular or antigen tests. At-home collection tests, available only by prescription [...]

How are tests administered?2020-10-16T18:49:45+00:00

What types of COVID-19 testing exist?


There are three different types of tests – molecular, antigen and antibody tests. The most common molecular test is the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) test. Molecular and antigen tests are both considered to be diagnostic tests. A PCR or antigen test is used to identify an active coronavirus infection. PCR tests detect the COVID-19 virus’ [...]

What types of COVID-19 testing exist?2020-10-16T18:50:31+00:00
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