Aplitest

Active Ingredient(s): Tuberculin Cutaneous Multiple-Puncture Device
Category: Diagnostic Aid



Aplitest Overview

The tine test is a multiple-puncture tuberculin skin test used to aid in the medical diagnosis of tuberculosis (TB). The tine test is similar to the Heaf test, although the Mantoux test is usually used instead. There are multiple forms of the tine tests which usually fall into two categories: the old tine test (OT) and the purified protein derivative (PPD) tine test. Common brand names of the test include Aplisol, Aplitest, Tuberculin PPD TINE TEST, and Tubersol.[1] Conte...

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Tuberculin Cutaneous Multiple-Puncture Device
  • Injection: 5unit/dose
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