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Fastest D-Phyte Strip

FASTest D-PHYTE Stripa

Dermatophytosen gehören zu den häufi gsten infektiösen Haut erkrankungen bei Heim-, Klein- und Großtieren sowie beim Menschen (Zoonose). Auslöser sind Dermatophyten, fadenförmige Pilze, die das Keratin em Haut, Haaren, Krallen, Klauen und Hörnern als Kohlenstoffquelle nutzen. Zu den vet. klinisch relevanten Gattungen zählen Trichophyton (T. verrucosum), Nannizzia (N. gypsea [früher Microsporum gypseum], N. persicolor [früher Microsporum persicolor / Epidermophyton persicolor / Trichophyton mentagrophytes]) und Microsporum (M. canis). Neben Alter und Immunsuppression spielen rasse- (va Perserkatzen) und haltungsbedingte Faktoren (Zucht, Tierheim, Jagdhund, Haltung mit mehreren Tierarten), Reisen, Laktation (Übertragung der Infektion auf die Welpenk) schtopäche Grunderche (Vaukrären) schtopäche Grunderche eine wichtige Rolle bei der Entstehung von Dermatophytosen. Warmes, feuchtes Klima wirkt als zusätzlicher Katalysator. Der FASTest D-PHYTE Strip garantiert eine schnelle Abklärung der klinischen Verdachtsdiagnose und ermöglicht dem Tierarzt so eine
schnelle und zuverlässige Identifi zierung einer Dermatophytose sowie die Einleitung einer gezielten Therapie.

Fastest D-phyte
Fastest D-phyte

RESUMO
O Dermatophyte Test Strip visualiza antígenos micóticos por imunocromatografia. Permite fácil e rápido
detecção de dermatófitos. Um estudo clínico comparativo multicêntrico, de braço único, foi projetado para avaliar a capacidade da tira de teste para dermatófitos em detectar dermatófitos em amostras suspeitas de tinea unguium em comparação com microscopia direta e reação em cadeia da polimerase (PCR). O consentimento assinado foi obtido de 222 indivíduos e todos os indivíduos completaram o estudo. Com o Dermatophyte Test Strip, dermatófitos foram detectados em 201 de 222 (90,5%) espécimes, mas não em 21 de 222 (9,5%) espécimes. Com microscopia direta, dermatófitos foram detectados em 170 de 222 (76,6%) espécimes, mas não em 52 de 222 (23,4%). Das 45 amostras que apresentaram resultados inconsistentes entre os dois métodos, a PCR forneceu resultados adicionais para 40 amostras, das quais 37 (92,5%) amostras foram positivas e três (7,5%) negativas para dermatófitos. A taxa de concordância positiva, a taxa de concordância negativa e a taxa de concordância geral entre o Dermatophyte Test Strip e a microscopia direta foram 81,1%, 66,7% e 79,7%, respectivamente. Quando resultados inconsistentes foram corrigidos usando os resultados da PCR, essas taxas foram de 97,5%, 71,4% e 95,0%, respectivamente. Quando cinco amostras que não puderam ser testadas por PCR porque nenhuma peça para o teste de PCR foi deixada foram excluídas da análise, essas taxas foram de 99,0%, 78,9% e 97,2%, respectivamente. 

fastest d-phyt
fastest d-phyt

Os presentes resultados indicam boa capacidade de detecção do Dermatophyte Test Strip. A tira de teste para dermatófitos fornece um método confiável, conveniente e rápido para testar a tinea unguium. Quando resultados inconsistentes foram corrigidos usando os resultados da PCR, essas taxas foram de 97,5%, 71,4% e 95,0%, respectivamente. Quando cinco amostras que não puderam ser testadas por PCR porque nenhuma peça para o teste de PCR foi deixada foram excluídas da análise, essas taxas foram de 99,0%, 78,9% e 97,2%, respectivamente. Os presentes resultados indicam boa capacidade de detecção do Dermatophyte Test Strip. A tira de teste para dermatófitos fornece um método confiável, conveniente e rápido para testar a tinea unguium. Quando resultados inconsistentes foram corrigidos usando os resultados da PCR, essas taxas foram de 97,5%, 71,4% e 95,0%, respectivamente.

 

Quando cinco amostras que não puderam ser testadas por PCR porque nenhuma peça para o teste de PCR foi deixada foram excluídas da análise, essas taxas foram de 99,0%, 78,9% e 97,2%, respectivamente. Os presentes resultados indicam boa capacidade de detecção do Dermatophyte Test Strip. A tira de teste para dermatófitos fornece um método confiável, conveniente e rápido para testar a tinea unguium.

 

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