|Name:||WHO. Transporting, Storing, and Handling Malaria Rapid Diagnostic Tests at Central and Peripheral, 2009|
Rapid diagnostic tests (RDTs) are making access to malaria diagnosis possible for people who live in remote areas where laboratory tests are not available. However, high temperatures can damage RDTs for malaria and can shorten their shelf life. The recommended storage temperature for most RDTs is 2°C–30°C, although the manufacturer may specify a higher temperature.
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|Created On:||07/05/2009 14:54|
|Last updated on:||09/28/2012 14:41|