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BASIC

VIA KIT

basic via kit

BASIC VIA KIT

Safe and reliable.

Dalrada Health’s single-use disposable basic VIA kit is based on the World Health Organization’s recommended procedure for conducting visual inspection with acetic acid (VIA). It contains all the necessary elements required for the procedure to be done by a healthcare professional in a primary healthcare
sterilized and standardized with the goal of preventing cross-contamination and achieving consistent results.
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The basic VIA kit has been used in clinical trials in India and so far, the findings are positive – for patient and practitioner alike. The kit makes it easy for screening centers to manage multiple aspects such as ensuring consistency and quality of the kit’s components as well as confirming that all active ingredients are sourced from FDA or ISO-approved facilities. This also ensures the validation process is consistent, as each kit uses identical components.

Early detection can save countless lives around the world.

Long-term studies have been conducted around the world that ultimately show the effectiveness of the VIA-based screening approach. In India, for example, cervical cancer mortality was reduced by 31% over a period of 15 years among women screened with VIA.

Further studies have indicated that VIA screening, in the presence of good training and sustained quality assurance, is an effective method that screens for cervical cancer in countries that have large low-to-medium income populations.

BASIC

VIA KIT

via kit basic

BASIC VIA KIT

Safe and reliable.

Dalrada Health’s single-use disposable basic VIA kit is based on the World Health Organization’s recommended procedure for conducting visual inspection with acetic acid (VIA). It contains all the necessary elements required for the procedure to be done by a healthcare professional in a primary healthcare setting. The kit features contents manufactured in FDA-approved facilities that are sterilized and standardized with the goal of preventing cross- contamination and achieving consistent results.

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quote
The basic VIA kithas been used in clinical trials in India and so far, the findings are positive – for patient and practitioner alike. The kit makes it easy for screening centers to manage multiple aspects such as ensuring consistency and quality of the kit’s components as well as confirming that all active ingredients are sourced from FDA or ISO-approved facilities. This also ensures the validation process is consistent, as each kit uses identical components.

Early detection can save countless lives around the world.

Long-term studies have been conducted around the world that ultimately show the effectiveness of the VIA-based screening approach. In India, for example, cervical cancer mortality was reduced by 31% over a period of 15 years among women screened with VIA.

Further studies have indicated that VIA screening, in the presence of good training and sustained quality assurance, is an effective method that screens for cervical cancer in countries that have large low-to-medium income populations.

BASIC

VIA KIT

basic via kit

BASIC VIA KIT

Safe and reliable.

Dalrada Health’s single-use disposable basic VIA kit is based on the World Health Organization’s recommended procedure for conducting visual inspection with acetic acid (VIA). It contains all the necessary elements required for the procedure to be done by a healthcare professional in a primary healthcare
sterilized and standardized with the goal of preventing cross-contamination and achieving consistent results.
divider
quote
The basic VIA kit has been used in clinical trials in India and so far, the findings are positive – for patient and practitioner alike. The kit makes it easy for screening centers to manage multiple aspects such as ensuring consistency and quality of the kit’s components as well as confirming that all active ingredients are sourced from FDA or ISO-approved facilities. This also ensures the validation process is consistent, as each kit uses identical components.

Early detection can save countless lives around the world.

Long-term studies have been conducted around the world that ultimately show the effectiveness of the VIA-based screening approach. In India, for example, cervical cancer mortality was reduced by 31% over a period of 15 years among women screened with VIA.

Further studies have indicated that VIA screening, in the presence of good training and sustained quality assurance, is an effective method that screens for cervical cancer in countries that have large low-to-medium income populations.

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