Clinical Study

Be Part of our Clinical Study

Angel Kids Pediatrics and Clarity have partnered together for a COVID-19 Rapid Antigen Clinical Study.
Eligible participants may receive a $50 Amazon Gift Card upon completion of the study.

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What is the clinical trial

Study for At-Home COVID Testing

We’re looking for parents (18 and older) who want to reduce in-office visits or lab appointments to receive their child’s COVID-19 test results.

Our clinical trial study will evaluate the clinical performance of a new Over-the-Counter COVID-19 Antigen Rapid Test Cassette and its ability to accurately detect the presence of SARS-CoV-2 antigens (COVID-19 virus), when used by a parent testing their child. This test kit will reduce or avoid office or lab appointments & delays in receiving results from lab or mail-order testing services.

COVID 19 Test


Who Can be Part of Our Clinical Study

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Parent - Child - Teen

You are the parent (18 years and older)
of a child between 2 -17 years old
and your child has experienced COVID-19 symptoms within last 7 days.

No Testing

No Prior Experience

You do not have any current/previous lab work experience.
You do not have any current/previous experience using a lateral flow type rapid test (e.g. drug rapid test) or OTC diagnostic tests (e.g. glucose meter, frequent pregnancy test).

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Nasal / Nasopharyngeal Testing

You're comfortable giving a nasal/nasopharyngeal swab sample and written informed consent.


What to Expect

  • Collect one nasal swab sample and one nasopharyngeal sample
  • Perform the Clarity COVID-19 antigen test
  • Obtain the test result, and complete a few questionnaires
  • Total duration will average 1 hour (depending on child).
Amazon Gift Card

For More Information or to Be Part of this Study, please fill out the form below.

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Thank you.

Angel Kids Pediatrics

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