Our Very Simple Urine Sample Collection will be able to identify Gonorrhea with the highest degree of accuracy. The Gonorrhea test is available Same Day. The Lab Collection for the Gonorrhea Test is by urine and doesn't require a swab which in males can be very painful. If you feel you need a Gonorrhea Test please call our office immediately to Get Tested for Gonorrhea Today.
first-void urine (patient should not have urinated for one hour prior to specimen collection)
2 mL of a 20 mL to 30 mL urine collection, or entire liquid cytology vial
2 mL of a 15 mL urine collection, or entire liquid cytology vial
Gen-Probe® APTIMA® swab or APTIMA® urine specimen transport
Urine Specimen: The patient should not have urinated for at least one hour prior to specimen collection. Direct patient to provide a first-catch urine (approximately 20 to 30 mL of the initial urine stream) into a urine collection cup without any preservatives. Collection of larger volumes of urine may result in specimen dilution that may reduce test sensitivity; lesser volumes may not adequately rinse organisms into the specimen. Female patients should notcleanse the labial area prior to providing the specimen. Add urine to the APTIMA® Combo 2 urine collection device. The final volume must be between the two black lines on the device (about 2 mL).
Maintain specimen at room temperature or refrigerate (2°C to 30°C).
|Causes for Rejection:||
Specimen with incorrect patient identification; unlabeled specimen; inappropriate specimen transport conditions; specimens received after prolonged delay (usually >72 hours); specimen leaked in transit; specimen in expired transport or incorrect transport device; specimens with inappropriate source for test requested; specimen with fixative or additives; APTIMA® urine transport >30 days from collection; APTIMA® urine transport with incorrect specimen volume; <15 mL urine submitted in sterile container; receipt of urine in sterile container >24 hours from collection; APTIMA® swab transport >60 days from collection; APTIMA® swab specimens with incorrect specimen volume; APTIMA® swab specimen without a swab; cleaning swab (white-shaft swab) in APTIMA® swab transport; any non-Gen-Probe® swab submitted in APTIMA® transport device; wooden-shafted swab in transport device; transport device with multiple swabs; female urethral swab; bloody or grossly mucoid specimens; bacterial swabs; specimen in ProbeTec™ UPT transport; ProbeTec™ Q-swabs
Detect Neisseria gonorrhoeae
Nucleic acid amplification (NAA)
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