There is one clinical trial.
This study is to evaluate the utility of the PCL Rapid Antigen Test for Coronavirus (COVID-19) in a real world clinical setting. The PCL test has completed laboratory validation and holds a European CE marking for in vitro diagnostic devices. These tests have been made available to South West Pathology Services as a donation in kind by iPP (Integrated Pathology Partnership). They have been widely used in South Korea. This study will test the practical delivery of the test in terms of time constraints and error rates. We will also compare the objective performance to the current standard diagnostic test for COVID-19 and against a proven serological antibody test when a suitable reference testing becomes available. We will recruit patients having a SARS CoV-2 PCR swab test and ask for consent to test them with the PCL antigen test in parallel. We aim to study 200 patients split across three sites; Musgrove Park Hospital, Basildon University Hospital and Southend University Hospital. The results will not be used to guide clinical decision making. Patients having a COVID PCR test will be asked to read the patient information sheet and asked if they would like to participate. The patients will be asked to have a second nasal/throat swab taken shortly after their swab for the PCR test. Written informed consent will be taken for whole blood or plasma left over from any routine clinical sample to be stored as anonymised samples for future testing once a reference test becomes available. We will report results of the onsite clinical diagnostic test and the PCL antigen test with the number of the kit used, and test date. Anonymised information about year of birth, gender and place of testing will be collected alongside date of onset, symptoms and immunodeficiency status or significant conditions.
Description: Compare the sensitivity and specificity of the rapid antigen testing to current PCR test and any future developed reference testMeasure: To compare the result of SARS-COV2 PCR test to PCL rapid antigen test Time: within 24 hours
Description: Number of PCL antigen tests that are invalid (no control testing line)Measure: Number of technically failed samples due to test issues. Time: At time of testing (within 30 minutes)
Description: Time from swab being taken to result being read by point of care analyser, manufacturer anticipates 10-15 minutesMeasure: Time taken for PCL Antigen test result Time: within 30 minutes
Data processed on September 26, 2020.
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