COVID-19 Home Test

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Safe, accurate and rapid self-test

The Ellume COVID-19 Home Test is an over-the-counter, rapid self-test which detects SARS-CoV-2 antigen. The test is suitable for ages 2+ years for symptomatic and asymptomatic use. It enables individuals to test for COVID-19 infection in 15 minutes, anywhere.

The self-test offers a substantial benefit to COVID-19 hotspots, by enabling early detection so users can self-isolate and seek medical care to limit the spread of COVID-19.

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How it Works

The test includes a sterile nasal swab, a dropper, processing fluid, and a Bluetooth® connected analyzer for use with an app on the user’s smartphone.

Utilizing the dedicated app, the user follows step-by-step instructions to perform the test including a self-collected mid-turbinate swab. The sample is analyzed and results are automatically transmitted to the user’s smartphone via Bluetooth®. Results can be shared with healthcare professionals to enable optimal therapy.

Through a secure cloud connection, the Ellume COVID-19 Home Test provides real time reporting of test results and critical data to health authorities, employers and educators, for efficient COVID-19 mapping.

Key Features

  • Time to result: 15 minutes
  • Highly accurate
  • Suitable for asymptomatic & symptomatic testing
  • Suitable for ages 2+ years
  • Animated, on-screen instructions
  • Results displayed automatically on-screen
  • User-friendly mid-turbinate nasal swab with child adapter
  • Real-time reporting through secure, HIPAA compliant cloud connection
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Coronavirus: The Facts

Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is an infectious disease caused by a newly discovered coronavirus. COVID-19 is a respiratory illness primarily spread from person to person. COVID-19 symptoms can range from mild (or no symptoms) to severe illness. There are currently more than 21 million* confirmed cases globally with >775,000 deaths*. With no specific vaccines or treatments currently available for COVID-19, rapid diagnosis is pivotal to minimising transmission.

* Last update: 20 August 2020 – https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019

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