The test accuracy is defined by sensitivity and specificity from clinical trials. Sensitivity is the percentage of results that will be positive when a disease is present. Specificity is the percentage of results that will be negative when a disease is not present. Physician 360 tests use similar methodologies to what you would experience in a hospital or physician office; therefore, the accuracy levels are comparable.
- Rapid Group A Streptococcus (Strep): Sensitivity 92% and Specificity 99%
- Rapid Influenza A and B (Flu): Sensitivity 70-95%* and Specificity 95.0%
- Rapid Urinary Tract Infection (UTI): Sensitivity 76% and Specificity 70%
- Rapid Anemia: Sensitivity 94% and Specificity 94%
- Flu testing accuracy is time-dependent.