Point of care testing using rapid automated antigen testing for SARS-COV-2 in care homes - an exploratory safety, usability and diagnostic agreement evaluation
Successful adoption of POCTs (Point-of-Care tests) for COVID-19 in care homes requires the identification of ideal use cases and a full understanding of the contextual and usability factors that affect test results and minimise biosafety risks. This paper presents a scoping-usability and test performance study of a microfluidic immunofluorescence assay for COVID-19 in care homes.
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