ZAP™ patented technology allows healthcare professionals to run a rapid diagnostic test with a one-step procedure using a single drop of blood. ZAP™ rapid tests are fast, accurate, and easy to use. Patients can be accurately diagnosed within 10-15 minutes. ZAP™ rapid tests are available for cardiac, toxicology, and fertility testing.
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The ZAP™ Acetaminophen Test is a rapid enzymatic assay used for the qualitative detection of acetaminophen. Acetaminophen an analgesic-antipyretic medication and a common cause of poisoning world-wide. Without treatment an acetaminophen overdose can lead to liver damage. The ZAP™ Acetaminophen Test helps healthcare professionals evaluate and treat patients within 10-15 minutes.
The ZAP™ hCG Test is a rapid immunoassay used for the qualitative detection of human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) to aid in the detection of early pregnancy.
The ZAP™ Methanol Test Strip is a rapid enzymatic assay used for the qualitative detection of methanol in human whole blood, plasma or serum. Since poisoning by methanol may lead to severe metabolic acidosis, delay in treatment can result in serious harm to the patient.
The ZAP™ Salicylate Test is an enzymatic assay used for the qualitative detection of salicylate above an established cut-off in human whole blood, plasma or serum samples in a clinical laboratory setting. The ZAP™ Salicylate Test aids healthcare professionals in the diagnosis of salicylate overdose.
The ZAP™ Troponin I Test is a rapid immunochromatographic assay used for the qualitative detection of human cardiac Troponin I. The ZAP™ Troponin I Test aids healthcare professionals in the rapid and accurate diagnosis of myocardial damage and is intended to be used in a clinical laboratory.
The ZAP™ Troponin I/Myoglobin Test is a rapid immunochromatographic assay used for the qualitative detection of human cardiac Troponin I and Myoglobin to quickly detect muscle damage (Myoglobin) and more specifically cardiac muscle damage (Troponin I). Myoglobin is an early release biochemical marker of myocardial injury. Elevated serum levels often present within 2-3 hours of a myocardial infarction. The combination of