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Fecal Occult Blood (iFOB) Neo

Detecting hemoglobin in fecal occult blood

The existence of hemoglobin in stools indicates possible polyps, hemorrhoids, ulcers, and others as well as the colorectal cancer. The iFOB Neo test detects the miniscule amount of blood in the stools. Detection of hemoglobin should warrant further examination.

Diagnosis diseases
Colorectal cancer, Hemorrhoids, Polyps, Colitis
  • CE ichroma™
  • CE 0123 ichroma™
    (Self-testing)

About Using Reagent

  • Sample Types

    human stools
  • Reaction Time

    10 mins
  • Detection Range

    ichroma™ (25 – 1,000ng/ml)
  • Indication

    Colorectal cancer, Hemorrhoids, Polyps, Colitis

In Your Medical Field

The iFOB Neo test provides an alternative approach to screening for abnormalities in digestive tracts. One can even run the test with the patient still in consultation room in 10 minutes. The negative result from the test rules out the bleeding related problem.