There is one clinical trial.
The purpose of this research study is to determine if high-frequency, rapid turn-around SARS-CoV-2 surveillance testing with this assay is feasible and able to be optimized to enable isolation and follow-up diagnostic testing. This test will be performed at various locations in the Madison, Wisconsin area using a mobile laboratory or standard lab space for processing. Saliva samples can be collected and processed at these locations or participants can self-collect at home and drop their samples off at designated locations for same day processing. Up to 10000 participants will be recruited for this study.
Description: Participants with a potential finding of clinical significance will be contacted by phone approximately 1 week after the finding and asked if they received a follow-up diagnostic test and if they self-isolated after receiving the clinician's notification. There will be 2 attempts at obtaining answers. The investigators hope to receive at least 10 survey responses. This is a measure of surveillance feasibility.Measure: Number of Participant Phone Survey Responses Time: up to 1 week after test
Description: Successfully trained staff achieve "proficiency" by correctly differentiating blinded positive and negative samples. This is measure of the simplicity of the assay. Training personnel will take place over several months, proficiency should be determined within the same day as personnel are trained.Measure: Number of minimally trained personnel who achieve assay proficiency Time: up to 1 day
Data processed on January 01, 2021.
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