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What is a rapid test?

The SARS-CoV-2 antibody rapid test is intended for the quantitative in vitro detection of neutralising antibodies in human serum, plasma, venous blood or fingertip blood.

Using an mobile blood analyzer, quantitative measurements are carried out in selected pharmacies to determine neutralizing antibodies in BAU /ml (Binding Antibody Units).

The tests serve as individual detection of neutralising antibodies according to WHO 20/136.

What for?

  • Measurement of neutralising antibodies against SARS-CoV-2
  • Evaluation of vaccination against SARS-CoV-2
  • Detection of a pre-existing SARS-CoV-2 disease
  • Determination of possible immunity to SARS-CoV-2
  • NO acute disease should be detected with the help of IgM antibodies!




What does this rapid test cost?

The selling price is at the discretion of the test site. We at VIRINNOX only issue a recommendation (RIP).




What is the rapid test procedure?

The rapid test takes place directly in the pharmacy and may only be carried out by trained staff. You will receive the rapid test as follows:

  • Registration and appointment at https://www.virinnox.com/Antibody-Rapid-Test.html
  • Assignment of an automatically generated reference number by e-mail (if you can’t find it in the inbox, check the spam folder)
  • Performing the rapid test in the pharmacy (take the reference number with you!)
  • Payment in the pharmacy
  • Test result in 20 minutes (by mail / phone)

No other utensils are required for the evaluation.




FAQ
Antibody Quick Test

When should I do this test?

You can carry out the rapid antibody test at any time in the relevant pharmacies. Please note that the test will only give a meaningful result after a disease has occurred (after approximately 14 days) or after immunisation with vaccines against SARS-CoV-2. In case of acute disease, the test does not give a clear answer.

What are neutralizing antibodies?

When infected with SARS-CoV-2 the virus uses the S protein on its shell to bind to the ACE2 receptors on the surface of human cells. The virus can multiply after entering the cell, and the human immune system reacts by producing different antibodies. These include virus-neutralising antibodies, which are designed to protect the human body from future or repeated infections.

Which test principle is used in the rapid antibody test?

For the detection of neutralising antibodies against SARS-CoV-2 a test kit based on an immunochromatographic lateral flow assay using a double antigen sandwich is used. If neutralising antibodies are present in the blood sample, they react with the double antigen complex found in the test kit, resulting in a fluorescence signal. The intensity of the signal increases proportionally to the amount of SARS-CoV-2 neutralising antibody in the sample and can be evaluated using the test device.

What are the advantages of this rapid test?

Rapid testing for the presence of neutralizing antibodies to SARS-CoV-2 can detect possible immunity in individuals and offers the possibility of detecting unreported cases of Corona.
Every test result contributes to the definition of further measures of action in our society, so that the pandemic in Austria is slowed down and a regular everyday life can be resumed as soon as possible.

Why do I have to register for the rapid test?

In order to carry out a large-scale series of tests, it is necessary to organise an orderly sequence in order to be able to test as many people as possible.

How does the rapid test work?

The test is carried out in the pharmacy by trained staff. A sample of 20μl of whole blood (or 10μl serum/plasma) is taken from the fingerberry using a sterile safety lance. The first drop of blood is wiped off with a disinfectant cloth and the second drop of blood is transferred to the test cassette via a disposable pipette. There is one test cassette per person. You will receive the test result in 20 minutes on site, or sent confidentially via the specified phone number or e-mail address.

Why is the rapid antibody test only available in some federal states and pharmacies?

The first pharmacies to carry out rapid tests for the detection of neutralising antibodies to SARS-CoV-2 are the

  • Klimt pharmacy in Vienna
  • Liebenau pharmacy in Graz
  • Franziskus pharmacy in Lienz
  • Fürstenallee pharmacy in Salzburg
More federal states and pharmacies will follow! We are happy to keep you up to date.

In which pharmacies can the rapid antibody test be executed?

Here you will find the pharmacies where rapid antibody tests can already be performed.

Is my data saved and how anonymous is my test?

Of course, we take great care to protect your data. We only need the most important contact details for registration. These are saved on a domestic server and only the respective test centre has access to these data.





What is a rapid test?

The SARS-CoV-2 antibody rapid test is intended for the quantitative in vitro detection of neutralising antibodies in human serum, plasma, venous blood or fingertip blood.

Using an mobile blood analyzer, quantitative measurements are carried out in selected pharmacies to determine neutralizing antibodies in BAU /ml (Binding Antibody Units).

The tests serve as individual detection of neutralising antibodies according to WHO 20/136.

What for?

  • Measurement of neutralising antibodies against SARS-CoV-2
  • Evaluation of vaccination against SARS-CoV-2
  • Detection of a pre-existing SARS-CoV-2 disease
  • Determination of possible immunity to SARS-CoV-2
  • NO acute disease should be detected with the help of IgM antibodies!


What does this rapid test cost?

The selling price is at the discretion of the test site. We at VIRINNOX only issue a recommendation (RIP).


What is the rapid test procedure?

The rapid test takes place directly in the pharmacy and may only be carried out by trained staff. You will receive the rapid test as follows:

  • Registration and appointment at https://www.virinnox.com/Antibody-Rapid-Test.html
  • Assignment of an automatically generated reference number by e-mail (if you can’t find it in the inbox, check the spam folder)
  • Performing the rapid test in the pharmacy (take the reference number with you!)
  • Payment in the pharmacy
  • Test result in 20 minutes (by mail / phone)

No other utensils are required for the evaluation.



FAQ
Antibody Quick Test

When should I do this test?

You can carry out the rapid antibody test at any time in the relevant pharmacies. Please note that the test will only give a meaningful result after a disease has occurred (after approximately 14 days) or after immunisation with vaccines against SARS-CoV-2. In case of acute disease, the test does not give a clear answer.

What are neutralizing antibodies?

When infected with SARS-CoV-2 the virus uses the S protein on its shell to bind to the ACE2 receptors on the surface of human cells. The virus can multiply after entering the cell, and the human immune system reacts by producing different antibodies. These include virus-neutralising antibodies, which are designed to protect the human body from future or repeated infections.

Which test principle is used in the rapid antibody test?

For the detection of neutralising antibodies against SARS-CoV-2 a test kit based on an immunochromatographic lateral flow assay using a double antigen sandwich is used. If neutralising antibodies are present in the blood sample, they react with the double antigen complex found in the test kit, resulting in a fluorescence signal. The intensity of the signal increases proportionally to the amount of SARS-CoV-2 neutralising antibody in the sample and can be evaluated using the test device.

What are the advantages of this rapid test?

Rapid testing for the presence of neutralizing antibodies to SARS-CoV-2 can detect possible immunity in individuals and offers the possibility of detecting unreported cases of Corona.
Every test result contributes to the definition of further measures of action in our society, so that the pandemic in Austria is slowed down and a regular everyday life can be resumed as soon as possible.

Why do I have to register for the rapid test?

In order to carry out a large-scale series of tests, it is necessary to organise an orderly sequence in order to be able to test as many people as possible.

How does the rapid test work?

The test is carried out in the pharmacy by trained staff. A sample of 20μl of whole blood (or 10μl serum/plasma) is taken from the fingerberry using a sterile safety lance. The first drop of blood is wiped off with a disinfectant cloth and the second drop of blood is transferred to the test cassette via a disposable pipette. There is one test cassette per person. You will receive the test result in 20 minutes on site, or sent confidentially via the specified phone number or e-mail address.

Why is the rapid antibody test only available in some federal states and pharmacies?

The first pharmacies to carry out rapid tests for the detection of neutralising antibodies to SARS-CoV-2 are the

  • Klimt pharmacy in Vienna
  • Liebenau pharmacy in Graz
  • Franziskus pharmacy in Lienz
  • Fürstenallee pharmacy in Salzburg
More federal states and pharmacies will follow! We are happy to keep you up to date.

In which pharmacies can the rapid antibody test be executed?

Here you will find the pharmacies where rapid antibody tests can already be performed.

Is my data saved and how anonymous is my test?

Of course, we take great care to protect your data. We only need the most important contact details for registration. These are saved on a domestic server and only the respective test centre has access to these data.




Antibody quick test.

Book your appointment now.



What is a rapid test?

The SARS-CoV-2 antibody rapid test is intended for the quantitative in vitro detection of neutralising antibodies in human serum, plasma, venous blood or fingertip blood.

Using an mobile blood analyzer, quantitative measurements are carried out in selected pharmacies to determine neutralizing antibodies in BAU /ml (Binding Antibody Units).

The tests serve as individual detection of neutralising antibodies according to WHO 20/136.

What for?

  • Measurement of neutralising antibodies against SARS-CoV-2
  • Evaluation of vaccination against SARS-CoV-2
  • Detection of a pre-existing SARS-CoV-2 disease
  • Determination of possible immunity to SARS-CoV-2
  • NO acute disease should be detected with the help of IgM antibodies!


What does this rapid test cost?

The selling price is at the discretion of the test site. We at VIRINNOX only issue a recommendation (RIP).


What is the rapid test procedure?

The rapid test takes place directly in the pharmacy and may only be carried out by trained staff. You will receive the rapid test as follows:

  • Registration and appointment at https://www.virinnox.com/Antibody-Rapid-Test.html
  • Assignment of an automatically generated reference number by e-mail (if you can’t find it in the inbox, check the spam folder)
  • Performing the rapid test in the pharmacy (take the reference number with you!)
  • Payment in the pharmacy
  • Test result in 20 minutes (by mail / phone)

No other utensils are required for the evaluation.



FAQ
Antibody Quick Test

When should I do this test?

You can carry out the rapid antibody test at any time in the relevant pharmacies. Please note that the test will only give a meaningful result after a disease has occurred (after approximately 14 days) or after immunisation with vaccines against SARS-CoV-2. In case of acute disease, the test does not give a clear answer.

What are neutralizing antibodies?

When infected with SARS-CoV-2 the virus uses the S protein on its shell to bind to the ACE2 receptors on the surface of human cells. The virus can multiply after entering the cell, and the human immune system reacts by producing different antibodies. These include virus-neutralising antibodies, which are designed to protect the human body from future or repeated infections.

Which test principle is used in the rapid antibody test?

For the detection of neutralising antibodies against SARS-CoV-2 a test kit based on an immunochromatographic lateral flow assay using a double antigen sandwich is used. If neutralising antibodies are present in the blood sample, they react with the double antigen complex found in the test kit, resulting in a fluorescence signal. The intensity of the signal increases proportionally to the amount of SARS-CoV-2 neutralising antibody in the sample and can be evaluated using the test device.

What are the advantages of this rapid test?

Rapid testing for the presence of neutralizing antibodies to SARS-CoV-2 can detect possible immunity in individuals and offers the possibility of detecting unreported cases of Corona.
Every test result contributes to the definition of further measures of action in our society, so that the pandemic in Austria is slowed down and a regular everyday life can be resumed as soon as possible.

Why do I have to register for the rapid test?

In order to carry out a large-scale series of tests, it is necessary to organise an orderly sequence in order to be able to test as many people as possible.

How does the rapid test work?

The test is carried out in the pharmacy by trained staff. A sample of 20μl of whole blood (or 10μl serum/plasma) is taken from the fingerberry using a sterile safety lance. The first drop of blood is wiped off with a disinfectant cloth and the second drop of blood is transferred to the test cassette via a disposable pipette. There is one test cassette per person. You will receive the test result in 20 minutes on site, or sent confidentially via the specified phone number or e-mail address.

Why is the rapid antibody test only available in some federal states and pharmacies?

The first pharmacies to carry out rapid tests for the detection of neutralising antibodies to SARS-CoV-2 are the

  • Klimt pharmacy in Vienna
  • Liebenau pharmacy in Graz
  • Franziskus pharmacy in Lienz
  • Fürstenallee pharmacy in Salzburg
More federal states and pharmacies will follow! We are happy to keep you up to date.

In which pharmacies can the rapid antibody test be executed?

Here you will find the pharmacies where rapid antibody tests can already be performed.

Is my data saved and how anonymous is my test?

Of course, we take great care to protect your data. We only need the most important contact details for registration. These are saved on a domestic server and only the respective test centre has access to these data.