SLP & Spectrum Solutions

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A Partnership

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SLP is excited to announce our recent partnership with Spectrum Solutions.

Given the recent FDA EUA that was given to Spectrum’s saliva collection device for COVID-19, combined with SLP’s COVID-19 testing supply and kitting initiative, this partnership brings SLP’s clients a saliva collection option for COVID-19 testing. In these times being able to get tests out to those that need them when they need them is so important, the faster things can be done, the better.

It’s also so critical that you’re able to get results on the spot without having to send your swab or collection vessel all the way to a lab to sit there for a few days before it’s even tested and you can get results back.

Constant and frequent testing is the best way to get an idea of who may have the virus and where it could be heading in terms of groups of people.

For your convenience, we have attached a recent study Spectrum completed with Rutgers University that the FDA used for the EUA. You will also find the FDA’s EUA for the device. https://www.fda.gov/media/136875/download . This is full of good information. Recently a study was done on the quality of results that these Spectrum DNA, and the results look great. Perfect results every time, samples are staying safe and totally in-tact. If you are doing any kind of saliva testing for COVID you need to be using these swabs. Other testing methods have recently come under fire for producing a high number of both false-positives and false-negatives, so you really need to be sure you’re getting quality products so early on in all of this. Speed is important but accurate results are critical if you want to slow down the virus as much as possible.

covid-spectrum-1Working together

SLP is excited to announce our recent partnership with Spectrum Solutions.

Given the recent FDA EUA that was given to Spectrum’s saliva collection device for COVID-19, combined with SLP’s COVID-19 testing supply and kitting initiative, this partnership brings SLP’s clients a saliva collection option for COVID-19 testing. In these times being able to get tests out to those that need them when they need them is so important, the faster things can be done, the better.

It’s also so critical that you’re able to get results on the spot without having to send your swab or collection vessel all the way to a lab to sit there for a few days before it’s even tested and you can get results back.

Constant and frequent testing is the best way to get an idea of who may have the virus and where it could be heading in terms of groups of people.

For your convenience, we have attached a recent study Spectrum completed with Rutgers University that the FDA used for the EUA. You will also find the FDA’s EUA for the device. https://www.fda.gov/media/136875/download . This is full of good information. Recently a study was done on the quality of results that these Spectrum DNA, and the results look great. Perfect results every time, samples are staying safe and totally in-tact. If you are doing any kind of saliva testing for COVID you need to be using these swabs. Other testing methods have recently come under fire for producing a high number of both false-positives and false-negatives, so you really need to be sure you’re getting quality products so early on in all of this. Speed is important but accurate results are critical if you want to slow down the virus as much as possible.

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COVID-19 Testing Supplies

We are excited about this announcement and look forward to providing our clients with enhanced capabilities to serve your communities during this pandemic today, and in the future.

Please let us know if you would like more information on the device as we are happy to support your lab with technical questions and the validation process. We know these are scary and trying times, we are here to offer all the support we can to the public as a whole. If you or a loved one believe you have been exposed to or are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 you need to immediately contact your healthcare provider. Separate yourself from everyone else in your household, depending on the severity you will either have to rest at home until you are symptom and infection free, or if it gets bad enough you may have to be admitted to the hospital for your recovery.

We look forward to hearing from you!

We will be happy to answer any and all questions.

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