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Fastest D-Phyte Strip

FASTest D-PHYTE Stripa

Dermatophytes are among the most common infectious skin diseases in pets, small and large animals, and humans (zoonosis).
It is triggered by dermatophytes, thread-like fungi that use the keratin in the skin, hair, claws, claws and horns as a source of carbon.
to the vet. Clinically relevant genera include Trichophyton (T. verrucosum), Nanizia (N. gypsy [formerly Microsporum gypsum], N. persicolor [formerly Microsporum persicolor/Epidermophyton persicolor/Trichophyton mantagrophytes]) and Microsporum (M. canis). In addition to age and immunosuppression, factors related to breed (especially Persian cats) and animal husbandry (breeding, animal shelter, hunting dog, taking into account several animal species), travel, lactation (transmission of infection to puppies ) and underlying diseases (especially ectoparasites), which make animals vulnerable, play a role. Plays an important role in the development of dermatophytes. The hot, humid climate acts as an additional catalyst. The FASTest D-PHYTE strip guarantees a quick clarification of the suspected clinical diagnosis and enables the veterinarian to enable rapid and reliable identification of dermatophytosis and initiation of targeted therapy.

 

Fastest D-Phyte Strip
Fastest D-Phyte Strip

Summary

Visualizes mycotic antigens by dermatophyte test strip immunochromatography. This allows for easy and rapid detection of dermatophytes
. A multicenter, single-arm, comparative clinical study was designed to evaluate the ability of the Dermatophyte Test Strip to detect dermatophytes in suspected tinea unagium specimens compared to direct microscopy and polymerase chain reaction (PCR).

Signed consent was obtained from 222 subjects and all subjects completed the study. With the dermatophyte test strip, dermatophytes were detected in 201 out of 222 (90.5%) samples, but not in 21 out of 222 (9.5%) samples. With direct microscopy, dermatophytes were detected in 170 of 222 (76.6%) samples, but not in 52 of 222 (23.4%). Of the 45 samples showing inconsistent results between the two methods, PCR gave further results for 40 samples, of which 37 (92.5%) samples were positive and three (7.5%) were negative for dermatophytes. The positive concordance rate, negative concordance rate and overall concordance rate between the dermatophyte test strip and direct microscopy were 81.1%, 66.7% and 79.7%, respectively. When inconsistent results were corrected using the PCR results, these rates were 97.7%, respectively. 5%, 71.4% and 95.0%. When five samples could not be tested by PCR because no fragments were left for PCR testing, these rates were 99.0%, 78.9% and 97.2%, respectively.

The present results indicate a good detection capability of the dermatophyte test strip. The Dermatophyte Test Strip provides a reliable, convenient and quick method for testing for tinea unguium. When inconsistent results were corrected using PCR results, these rates were 97.5%, 71.4% and 95.0%, respectively. When five samples could not be tested by PCR because no fragments were left for PCR testing, these rates were 99.0%, 78.9% and 97.2%, respectively.

 

Fastest D-phyte
Fastest D-phyte

The present results indicate a good detection capability of the dermatophyte test strip. The Dermatophyte Test Strip provides a reliable, convenient and quick method for testing for tinea unguium. When inconsistent results were corrected using PCR results, these rates were 97.5%, 71.4% and 95.0%, respectively. When five samples could not be tested by PCR because no fragments were left for PCR testing, these rates were 99.0%, 78.9% and 97.2%, respectively. The present results indicate a good detection capability of the dermatophyte test strip. The Dermatophyte Test Strip provides a reliable, convenient and quick method for testing for tinea unguium.

 

 

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