Cervical sample collection

Pap tests have been used since the 1950s to screen cervical cancer with success, but they have also presented many limitations. Developed in the 1990s, liquid-based cytology (LBC) today brings improvements to laboratories, doctors and patients—in every step of the process, from collection to results.1  

Why a liquid-based Pap test? »

BD Onclarity<sup>?</sup> HPV Assay

BD Onclarity? HPV Assay

BD Onclarity? HPV Assay offers genotyping for HPV primary screening, co-testing, and cytology primary with ASCUS reflex screening paradigms.

BD SurePath<sup>?</sup> liquid-based Pap test

BD SurePath? liquid-based Pap test

The BD SurePath liquid-based Pap Test is the liquid-based cytology test from BD. Offering proprietary features and benefits, the test provides advantages over conventional Pap smears and other LBC tests.

References
  1. Nance KV. Evolution of Pap testing at a community hospital: a ten year experience. Diagn Cytopathol. 2007:35(3):148-153.
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