NT-proBNP Rapid Test Cassette - Rightsign

Order NT-proBNP Rapid Test Cassette from RightSign to measure levels of BNP and NT-proBNP, important for diagnosing heart failure.

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B-type natriuretic peptide NT-proBNP Rapid Test Cassette from Rightsign

Introducing the NT-proBNP Rapid Test Cassette by RightSign, a top-tier diagnostic device specialized for rapid heart failure assessment. This user-friendly cassette grants healthcare providers the ability to swiftly determine the B-type natriuretic peptide levels in patients, aiding in accurate diagnosis and management of heart health.

In conclusion, choose the NT-proBNP Rapid Test Cassette by RightSign for your medical practice to ensure high-quality, reliable, and rapid cardiovascular diagnostic capabilities, reflecting Odem's dedication to accessible and innovative healthcare solutions.


Product Specifications

  • CE certified for European market compliance
  • Results within minutes using lateral flow technology
  • Simple immunochromatographic assay for ease of use
  • Suitable for whole blood, serum, or plasma samples
  • Designed to meet EU medical supply standards
  • For professional use


  • Provides quick and efficient results
  • Straightforward testing process, no additional equipment needed
  • High reliability and precision in detecting NT-proBNP levels
  • CE certification ensures quality and regulatory compliance
  • Enhances patient care by offering swift diagnostic insights

Technical Data

  • Packaging: 10 pieces per box - 1000 pieces per carton
  • Lateral flow assay format
  • Reliable detection of NT-proBNP
  • Can be used in various healthcare settings, including clinics and hospitals
  • Robust design, ensuring consistent performance

FAQs about the NT-proBNP Rapid Test Cassette - RightSign

What is the NT-proBNP Test Kit by RightSign?

The NT-proBNP Test Kit by RightSign is a diagnostic test used to determine the concentration of N-terminal pro-B-type natriuretic peptide (NT-proBNP) in human blood. This peptide is produced by heart muscle cells and is a biomarker for various cardiovascular diseases such as heart failure, heart attack, and atrial fibrillation.

What Is the Full Form of NT Pro BNP Test?

The NT-proBNP test is an important diagnostic tool that measures the levels of N-terminal pro b-type natriuretic peptide in the blood. This biomarker is crucial in assessing cardiac function, and a high level may indicate heart failure. It's a test that healthcare professionals, including cardiologists and general practitioners within the EU, rely on for its prognostic significance, which takes into account a patient's age and renal function.

Is the NT-proBNP Rapid Test from RightSign suitable for people with pre-existing conditions?

The NT-proBNP Rapid Test from RightSign is suitable for people with pre-existing conditions such as heart failure or kidney failure. People who are already being treated with medication should inform their doctor as some medications can affect the test results.

What is a bnp or nt-probnp test?

A bnp or nt-probnp test is a blood test that measures the level of brain natriuretic peptide (BNP) or N-terminal pro-B-type natriuretic peptide (NT-proBNP) in the blood. These tests are used to help diagnose congestive heart failure and to assess the severity of heart failure.

Do I need to do anything to prepare for a bnp or nt-probnp test?

No special preparation is usually required for a BNP or NT-proBNP test. However, it's important to follow any specific instructions provided by your healthcare provider.

What can the results of the bnp or nt-probnp test tell me?

The results of the BNP or NT-proBNP test can provide information about the function of your heart and help in diagnosing or monitoring conditions such as heart failure, or ruling out heart failure.

Can the bnp or nt-probnp test be ordered if I have no symptoms of heart failure?

Yes, in some cases, a healthcare provider may order a BNP or NT-proBNP test even if you don't have symptoms, especially if there are other risk factors or concerns about heart function.

How is a bnp or nt-probnp test performed?

The bnp or nt-probnp test is typically performed using a small amount of blood drawn from a vein in your arm. This blood sample is then analyzed in a laboratory to measure the levels of BNP or NT-proBNP.

Are there any specific conditions or medications that can affect bnp or nt-probnp levels?

Yes, certain conditions such as kidney disease, hypertension, and medications like diuretics or ACE inhibitors can affect BNP or NT-proBNP levels. It's important to discuss any relevant medical history or medications with your healthcare provider.

What can a bnp or nt-probnp test tell us about heart failure treatment?

The results of a BNP or NT-proBNP test can provide valuable information for healthcare providers to tailor heart failure treatment plans, monitor the effectiveness of treatment, and adjust medication dosages as needed.

How reliable are the results of a bnp or nt-probnp test in diagnosing heart failure?

BNP and NT-proBNP tests have shown to have a high negative predictive value, meaning that normal or low levels of these markers make heart failure less likely. However, they are typically used in conjunction with other tests and clinical assessments for an accurate diagnosis.

What is the significance of NT-pro BNP in diagnosing heart failure, and how does it differ from BNP?

NT-pro BNP (N-terminal pro-B-type natriuretic peptide) is a blood test that measures a peptide made by the heart. It is similar to BNP but remains in the bloodstream longer. Elevated values of NT-pro BNP can be a sign of heart failure, providing valuable information for patients with normal and reduced left ventricular function.

How does the NT-pro BNP Rapid Test Cassette contribute to the diagnosis of heart failure, especially in patients who have already been diagnosed?

The NT-pro BNP Rapid Test Cassette is particularly useful in diagnosing heart failure, even in patients who have already been diagnosed. The test measures the peptide released into the circulation by the heart and provides valuable information for monitoring and managing patients with heart failure.

What is the process of obtaining blood for the NT-pro BNP Rapid Test Cassette, and is there anything specific patients need to do to prepare?

The NT-pro BNP Rapid Test Cassette requires a blood sample obtained from a vein in the arm using a small needle. Patients usually feel a little discomfort during the procedure. There is generally no specific preparation required, and patients don't need to do anything special before the test.

How does the NT-pro BNP Rapid Test Cassette complement other diagnostic tests, and when might a healthcare provider order additional tests for a more comprehensive assessment?

The NT-pro BNP Rapid Test Cassette complements other diagnostic tests, such as the BNP blood test, in assessing heart and blood vessel health. If results suggest heart failure or if there's a need for a more comprehensive evaluation, healthcare providers may order additional tests to further understand the patient's cardiovascular health and plan appropriate interventions.

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