Clinical tests

Detecting bacteria and viruses

Infections of the upper respiratory tract are viral in the vast majority of cases (approx. 70 %). Antibiotics are not indicated here, but are nevertheless prescribed far too frequently, as many doctors feel forced to prescribe a drug, such as an antibiotic, because the patient expects an effective therapy. 

The consequences are unnecessary side effects, high costs and the development of resistances. The clear distinction between a bacterial and a viral infection is essential to reduce the misuse of antibiotics which has an impact on everyone.

Our COVID-19 Rapid Test

Our advanced antibody rapid test developed by German virologists and bio-technology scientists quickly analyses a COVID-19 infection via an associated app. Three essential parameters (IgG, IgM and IgA) indicate if an individual is infected, in the recovery phase or already immune.

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Ultra sensitive blood test to discriminate a bacterial from a viral infection.


On site and fast detection of Echerichia Coli (E.coli) bacteria upon urinary tract infections.