The HCV Test is a blood-borne pathogen testing device with an integrated lancet and testing strip that folds into a self-contained sharps container. It works by squeezing the tabs on top of the test body, which releases a spring-loaded lancet that punctures the finger. The lancet release tabs are then used to squeeze blood from the puncture site onto the test strip.
Designed by Lonnie Mann III, Joy Christensen and Glenn Shaw of Southern Illinois University Carbondale
Contact: Joy Christensen - firstname.lastname@example.org