COVID-19 Test, Now Available
BitCare is pleased to announce that our Coronavirus tests are now available for hospitals and healthcare providers through our lab partners who have become designated testing facilities for the CDC to provide SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) testing.
Are you a designated testing facility? Fill out our bulk order form by clicking below.
COVID-19 Test Experience
Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) Virus Testing uses reverse transcription polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) test to detect viral presence. Test results will be labeled positive, negative, or indeterminate — the option to retest if indeterminate is available.
Orders are only available currently available to healthcare entities. Upon order completion, the Kits are delivered straight to your shipping address. Our simple test kit contains an easy-to-use collection swab and instructions. Once the test is complete, mail the test kit back right away directly to our lab via the prepaid return shipping label.
Our test measures the presence or absence of SARS-CoV-2 Coronavirus.
Nasopharyngeal (NP) specimen collection swab for COVID-19 testing.
The method for the COVID-19 test is a molecular assay, based on the detection of the nucleic material (RNA) within the severe acute respiratory syndrome-related coronavirus 2 or SARS-CoV-2 virus. The presence of this nucleic material in the sample swab indicates infection, whereas its absence indicates a negative result.
COVID-19 testing kits ordered after 5 pm CDT will get posted the next working day. We are currently able to provide a comprehensive shipping service with a prepaid return shipping container for you to send the test sample to our lab partner. With a valid BitCare account, once the results get posted on our platform, you’ll get a notification to login and view or download the test results within 48 hours after the sample has been received in the lab. Positive results will be communicated to all mandated federal and state reporting agencies as demanded by Federal and State law.
Our lab partners are registered CLIA and CAP and are designated CDC facilities to perform COVID-19 tests. Our lab partners are world-class, state-of-the-art laboratories with top quality awards that specialize in high-complexity molecular testing and have an extensive portfolio of services, including infectious diseases, single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) genotyping, and full-service blood testing.
No laboratory test is 100% accurate. A positive test is a strong indication that the sample we received is from someone infected. Still, there is some possibility of a false negative result due to test performance or sample contamination issues. A negative test does not entirely rule out an infection. If you have symptoms (fever, cough, fatigue, etc.), you should take precautionary measures regardless of the result of this test. Consult a physician or the CDC website for more information. It is currently unknown how long a person is infected and whether the test can identify an infected person before the symptoms.
COVID-19 Test, Now Available
FDA Cleared Platform
Our platform is the most advanced pathogen panel that utilizes the latest FDA cleared platforms. It is a comprehensive, robust assay that detects multiple respiratory pathogens simultaneously in one easy-to-use system.
- FDA Cleared Testing
- Rapid Turnaround Time
- Remarkable Detection Capabilities
- Minimal Hands-On Time
- Closed-Tube System Minimizes Contamination Risks
- Customizable, Scalable Throughput
COVID-19 Testing: PCR Versus Serology Testing, Explained
There are two types of tests available for COVID-19 that can detect whether a person had it in the past (serology testing, which tests for antibodies against SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19), or whether they have it in the present (polymerase chain reaction (PCR) testing, which tests for active infection). This document is designed to explain the differences between PCR and serology testing, and when one test might be used over another.
Viral Target: SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19)
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