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|D016638||Critical Illness NIH||0.13|
There is one clinical trial.
This multicentre prospective study will enroll a sufficient number of patients to afford approximately 30 positives and > 30 negatives (as determined by the SOC - Comparator method) in the United States and/or Canada. One to three sites in the Canada will participate over an approximate 6-week enrolment period. The actual enrolment period will be dependent upon prevalence of Covid-19, and site set up. Once positives sample size is achieved, expected SARC-CoV-2 negative subjects will be permitted. Once subjects are consented and recruited for the study, up to three (3) study-specific nasopharyngeal samples for each patient will be collected by trained operators at the clinical site: a single SOC swab, and two (2) Spartan swabs where the second swab is optional and used when the first Spartan swab test does not produce a positive or negative result ("inconclusive"). The first swab sample will be tested at the clinical site according to standard of care protocols currently in place for the sites' nasopharyngeal swab-based SARS-CoV-2 RT-PCR testing. The second nasopharyngeal sample will be tested at the site using the Spartan COVID-19 v2 System. A third, optional nasopharyngeal sample, if collected, will be tested using the Spartan COVID-19 v2 System only when the test conducted with the second nasopharyngeal swab does not produce a positive or negative result.
Description: Overall percent agreement between the test results generated by the Spartan COVID-19 v2 System and the nasopharyngeal swab-based SARS-Cov-2 test currently in use at the clinical site (SOC test)Measure: Percent Agreement between SOC test and Spartan COVID-19 test Time: 24 hours
Data processed on January 01, 2021.
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