QuikRead go wrCRP
QuikRead go wrCRP is a fast and easy to use test for quantitative determination of C-reactive protein (CRP) values in whole blood, serum, and plasma with the QuikRead go instrument. The test gives wide range CRP results within minutes and speeds up the path for correct diagnosis.
Accurate measurement of C-reactive protein (CRP) can be critical in the management of a patient with symptoms of an infection. The QuikRead go wrCRP test helps to identify patients who benefit from antibiotics and it is valuable in monitoring the treatment outcome. The easy to use QuikRead go wrCRP test can be used near the patient and it provides immediate wrCRP result.
QuikRead go wrCRP has wide measuring range, which covers for both high sensitive and conventional CRP tests. Modest increase in CRP levels within the high sensitivity range of 1-5 mg/l may indicate low level inflammation and aid in cardiovascular risk assessment1.
QuikRead go wrCRP is an efficient tool for point of care settings to guide the treatment decisions of healthcare professionals.
QuikRead go wrCRP provides reliable and fast results
Reliable wide range results within minutes
- Analysis time 2 minutes
- Performed on a finger-prick blood sample. Venous blood, plasma, or serum can also be used
- Wide CRP measuring range 0.5 - 200 mg/l combines high sensitive and conventional CRP tests
- Enables detection of low level inflammation
Easy sample collection
- A small sample volume (10 µl) approximates to a drop of blood
Storage at room temperature up to +25 °C
- Enables immediate use
QuikRead go multianalyte point of care system
- Easy to use
- Portable instrument and fully automatic testing procedure
- Bi-directional connectivity to most HIS and LIS systems
Test results should never be used alone, without a complete clinical evaluation.
QuikRead go wrCRP is not registered in the USA.
- Emerging Risk Factors Collaboration. C-reactive protein concentration and risk of coronary heart disease, stroke, and mortality: an individual participant meta-analysis. Lancet 2010; 375:132-140.
|Use||For in vitro diagnostic use|
|Sample type||Whole blood, serum, plasma|
QuikRead go Instrument
|Time to result||2 minutes|
|Reading of the result||Instrument read|
|Storage||2 - 25 ºC|
|Shelf life||15 months|
|Transportation||2 - 25 ºC|
|Size and weight||190 x 140 x 80 mm / 0.507 kg|
|Full export carton of kits||576/672|
|Country of origin||Finland|
|Registration||Not registered in the USA|
|Registered trademark||QuikRead go® is a registered trademark of Aidian Oy|
About C-reactive protein (CRP)
CRP aids clinical management of patients with infections or inflammatory conditions.
Learn more: About C-reactive protein
Antimicrobial resistance and CRP
Antimicrobial resistance is a global health threat. CRP point of care testing aids management of respiratory infections and fighting against antimicrobial resistance.
Learn more: Antimicrobial resistance and CRP
Documents and materials
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Instructions for use
(For informative use only. Kindly always refer to the latest package insert in the kit.)
Safety Data Sheet
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Frequently asked questions
I would like to start using the QuikRead go wrCRP tests. Which instrument software version I need on my QuikRead go instrument?
You should have the version 7.5.1.
I have updated my QuikRead go instrument into version 7.5.1 to start using the QuikRead go wrCRP test. However, now I noticed I have still some QuikRead go CRP kits in fridge. Can I use these kits still after the software update?
Yes, in addition to the QuikRead go wrCRP tests, you can use the QuikRead go CRP and QuikRead go CRP+Hb kits with the QuikRead go instrument software version 7.5.1.
I accidentally left a QuikRead go wrCRP kit at room temperature for a weekend. Can I still use it?
Yes, you can use the kit. The unopened kit can be stored at cool or room temperature (2 - 25 ºC) until the expiry date marked on the kit label. After the first opening of the kit components, the cuvettes can be kept at room temperature (18 - 25) for 3 months. The reagent caps for 6 months. See more information in the package insert.
What happens if I accidentally use the 20 µl capillaries with the QuikRead go wrCRP test?
It is important to use only the 10 µl capillaries with orange stripe, which are inside the QuikRead go wrCRP test kit. The 20 µl capillaries have a blue stripe and are to be used with QuikRead go CRP test only. The instrument measures the haematocrit value and above the upper limit (75%), it will not give results. If you dispense twice the amount of sample, the instrument thinks the haematocrit value is double what it actually is. The HCT correction is able to correct only those sample results, which have hematocrit below 37.5%.