The disposable virus sampling kit basic model is made up of a sterile container, which contains a collection container and needle used for injecting medication. The needle used should have been approved by the Food and Drug Administration or the Biologic Drugs and Pharmaceuticals Administration before use. Other kits on the market include those for HIV, genital warts, and hepatitis B. A disposable kit usually costs around $75. The basic models of the kits mentioned above are designed to administer anti-HIV drugs, genital warts, biologic drugs, and hepatitis B. In contrast, other kits are specifically designed for other diagnostic sensitivity tests, including those for urine and blood samples.
Some manufacturers have designed kits that allow for freeze-drying and packaging. All the instructions and procedures for these types of samples are supplied with the product. The directions must be followed precisely for the samples to be stored safely.