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OraQuick Rapid HIV Testing, Anytime, Anywhere, Made Easy.


The OraQuick ADVANCE® Rapid HIV-1/2 Antibody Test detects antibodies to HIV-1 and HIV-2 in 20 minutes.

  • Rapid

    Provides results in 20 minutes enabling patients to learn their status in a single visit and allows HIV positive patients to be connected to care immediately.

  • Flexible

    Approved for oral fluid, plasma, fingerstick or venipuncture whole blood specimens. Ideal for both clinical and non-clinical settings.

  • Accurate

    Greater than 99% agreement with confirmatory Western blot.1

  • Simple

    CLIA-waived for oral fluid, fingerstick and venipuncture whole blood and offers the ability to test in non-traditional testing environments, such as outreach programs and mobile testing clinics. Walk-away procedure allows providers to batch tests, enabling more people to get tested, reducing indirect costs and improving turnaround time.

  • Reliable

    Offers patients accurate HIV testing without the need for blood or needles. Pain-free testing with oral fluid means more people get screened, more HIV positive patients are connected to care and fewer people are exposed.

The current CDC guidelines urge routine HIV screening2

The Facts
  • More than 1.2 million people in the U.S. are infected with HIV and the CDC estimates that one in seven don’t know it.3
  • individuals who are unaware of their infection account for ~40% of transmissions.4
  • Fewer than 40% of people in the U.S. have ever had an HIV test.5
Risk-based testing is NOT reaching the goal of identifying all HIV+ people. The CDC guidelines recommend taking these steps to help stop the spread of HIV
  • Screen all people 13-64 years old in all healthcare settings.
  • Identify all HIV+ people. Connect them to care early.
  • Educate people about risk factors to empower them to stay healthy.

  1. OraQuick ADVANCE® Rapid HIV-1/2 Antibody Test Package Insert.
  2. Revised Recommendations for HIV Testing of Adults, Adolescents, and Pregnant Women in Health-Care Settings, MMWR, September 22, 2006/Vol. 55/No. RR-14.
  3. https://www.hiv.gov/hiv-basics/overview/data-and-trends/statistics
  4. http://www.theaidsinstitute.org/sites/default/files/attachments/National%20HIV%20Testing%20Day%20press%20release.pdf
  5. https://www.hiv.gov/blog/most-americans-have-never-had-hiv-test-new-data-show

Flexible Specimens for Clinical and Non-Clinical Settings

Fingerstick
Step 1 -
Collect Specimen & Mix in buffer
Step 2 -
Insert device into buffer
Step 3 -
Read between 20 and 40 minutes
Non-Reactive
Line in the C Zone

Reactive
Line in the C & T Zones
Venipuncture Whole Blood
Step 1 -
Collect Specimen & Mix in buffer
Step 2 -
Insert device into buffer
Step 3 -
Read between 20 and 40 minutes
Non-Reactive
Line in the C Zone

Reactive
Line in the C & T Zones
Oral Fluid
Step 1 -
Collect Specimen
Swab between the teeth and upper and lower gum once.
Step 2 -
Insert device into buffer
Step 3 -
Read between 20 and 40 minutes
Non-Reactive
Line in the C Zone

Reactive
Line in the C & T Zones
Serum/Plasma
Step 1 -
Collect Specimen & Mix in buffer
Step 2 -
Insert device into buffer
Step 3 -
Read between 20 and 40 minutes
Non-Reactive
Line in the C Zone

Reactive
Line in the C & T Zones

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