Blue Cross Bio-Medical Beijing Co., Ltd

Beiqijia Industry Zone, Changping District , 102209 Beijing
China, People's Republic of

Telephone +86 10 6975-6021
Fax +86 10 6975-6014
export@bcbmcn.com

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  • 03  Diagnostics
  • 03.01  Clinical chemistry
  • 03.01.14  Rapid tests - clinical chemistry

Our products

Product category: Rapid tests - clinical chemistry

Human Luteinizing hormone (LH)

Human Luteinizing hormone (LH) is a glycoprotein hormone secreted by the anterior pituitary. This hormone is composed of α and β subunits. The amino acid sequence of α-LH is essentially identical to that of other hormones including follicle stimulating hormone (FSH), thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) and human Chorionic Gonadotropin (HCG). It is β subunit of LH that confers the biological and immunochemical specificity of the hormone.

LH and FSH together with other steroid hormones are known to play important roles in regulating the ovulation and ovarian functions during the menstrual cycle. Maturation of an ovarian follicle and its oocyte begins during the end of the preceding menstrual cycle. In response to FSH released by the pituitary, the follicle undergoes rapid growth. As follicles develop, estradiol secretion begins to rise slowly and is followed by a rapid increase. This increase of estradiol level is generally believed as the trigger for the rapid rise and peaking of LH activity at the mid-cycle (LH surge). Approximately 24-48 hours after the LH surge, the wall of the enlarged follicle ruptures at ovulation and the mature ovum is extruded. After ovulation, LH returns to its base line level within two days with the concomitant increase of progesterone level to initiate luteal phase. The luteal phase lasts predictably about 14 days. Unless pregnancy occurs, a new follicle begins the selection procedure for maturation in the next menstrual cycle. In view of the characteristic variation of LH during the menstrual cycle, rapid and sensitive measurement of LH is an important tool in the diagnosis and management of infertility in females. Detection of the LH surge can aid in predicting the time of ovulation. The onset of the LH surge precedes ovulation by approximately 30 hours. The analysis of LH has been used successfully to time oocyte retrieval for in vitro fertilization and would similarly assist timing of artificial insemination.

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Product category: Rapid tests - clinical chemistry

Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (HCG)

Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (HCG) is a glycoprotein hormone secreted by the developing placenta shortly after fertilization. During normal pregnancy, HCG can be detected in urine as early as 7 days following conception, doubling every 1.3 to 2 days. At the time of the last missed menstrual period, urine HCG levels are about 100mlU/ml with peak levels of 100, 000 to 200, 000mlU/ml seen at the end of the first trimester. The presence of HCG soon after conception and its subsequent increase in concentration during early gestational growth make it an ideal marker for the early detection of pregnancy.

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Product category: Rapid tests - clinical chemistry

HBV (5 in 1)

One Step HBV (5 in 1) Test is a rapid, qualitative immunoassay for the determination of hepatitis B markers (HBsAg, HBsAb, HBeAg, HBeAb, HBcAb) in human serum/plasma/whole blood as an aid in the clinical assessment of hepatitis B infection. Both testing and result interpretation are intended to be used by medical professionals only. The test should not be used without appropriate supervision.

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Product category: Rapid tests - clinical chemistry

HBsAg

One Step HBsAg Test is a rapid direct binding test for the qualitative detection of hepatitis B surface antigen (HBsAg) in human serum/plasma as an aid in the clinical assessment of hepatitis B infection.
The test is based on the principle of sandwich immunoassay for determination of HBsAg in serum/plasma. Monoclonal and polyclonal antibodies are employed to identify HBsAg specifically. This one step test is very sensitive and only takes about 10-20 minutes. Test results are read visually without any instrument.

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Product category: Rapid tests - clinical chemistry

One Step Anti-HCV

One Step Anti-HCV Test is a rapid direct binding test for the qualitative detection of anti hepatitis C antibodies in human serum/plasma/whole blood as an aid in the clinical assessment of hepatitis C infection. The test is based on the principle of double antigen sandwich immunoassay for the determination of Anti-HCV antibodies in human serum/plasma. Purified recombinant antigens are employed to identify Anti-HCV antibodies specifically. This one step test is very sensitive and only takes about 10-15 minutes. Test results are read visually without any instrument.

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About us

Company details

Blue Cross Bio-Medical (Beijing) Co., Ltd. is a privately-held corporation high-tech enterprise specializing in rapid, diagnostic tests.   Established in 1990,   its offices and production facilities encompass some 8000 square meter facility and nearly 300 employees engaged in R & D, manufacturing, distribution, product management, and customer advisory services.   Today, we provide medical products and health care solutions to clients in 70 countries worldwide.  

Blue Cross pioneered the concept and technology of colloid gold rapid diagnostic tests.   Its first generation IVD product, HCG pregnancy tests, revolutionized the entire IVD market in worldwide.   Our internationally known “Blue Dream” pregnancy test is China’s leading brand with more than 60% of market share.   Our products are CE marked and FDA appoved.   Our manufacturing facility is GMP, EN ISO9001:2000 as well as ISO13485:2003 certified.

Blue Cross has established an enormous marketing and sales network in China.   Our sales force works throughout 30 provinces, 2,000 counties, and 30,000 towns.   We produce high-quality, competitively price products for more than 3,000 end-users such as clinics, hospitals, and testing laboratories. Blue Cross currently offers in the following specialties:   Fertility, Infectious Diseases, Sexually-Transmitted Diseases, and Tumor Markers, Cardiac Markers, and Substance of Drug Abuse tests in strip, cassette, and midstream formats.   More than 100 unique specifications are available.

Blue Cross are synonymous with quality, personalized service and a commitment to excellence.   With our specialized rapid, diagnostic test technologies, high quality assurance, brand recognition, innovative research and development techniques, customer-centric design, an experienced management team, and an energetic sales force, Blue Cross continues to set the standards in product quality and reliability.   We believe in continually improving our products and service, and making the business relationship a beneficial experience for both customers and employees.

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