- ComforTen® skin test device
- Stackable, 30-hole covered tray with spacers
- Stackable, 60-hole covered tray with spacers
- Skin test reservoirs to hold allergen extracts
- QUINTIP® skin test device
Tray, reservoirs and spacers are compatible with both ComforTen® and QUINTIP® skin test devices, allowing for more flexibility when testing and creating panels.
The only self-loading, surgical steel skin test system on the market.
Surgical steel 1.2 mm lancet tips are uniquely designed for minimal patient skin trauma.
ComforTen® and QUINTIP® cause zero reaction at the negative control site, and readings of 3mm or greater are considered positive.1 2 3 4
Competitively priced vs. other skin test systems.
Our self-loading devices with depth-control guards produce skin tests quickly and precisely. The depth control guard ensures accurate and reproducible results.
Each tray includes three optional-use spacers (US Patent D596,758). These spacers help you administer more tests between fillings.
Unique design helps protect each antigen from foreign material and evaporation.
Translucent trays and reservoirs allow for easy inspection of antigen levels.
Trays can be customized with labels at no extra charge.
ComforTen® and trays are designed with unique indicators to help ensure proper orientation and application.
ComforTen® and QUINTIP® fully comply with OSHA’s Needlestick Safety and Prevention Act.
Refer to the ComforTen® and QUINTIP® package inserts for further information.
|80000000021||ComforTen® Multiple Skin Test Device||27 blister packs (81 devices/case)|
|8406ZA||ComforTen® Covered 30-Hole Tray||1 tray per box, includes spacers and labels|
|8407ZA||ComforTen® Covered 60-Hole Tray||1 tray per box, includes spacers and labels|
|8924ZA||Skin Test Reservoirs||30 per pouch|
|8400ZA||QUINTIP® Skin Test Device||90 pouches (1,800 tests/case)|
|8409ZA||ComforTen® Evaluation Pack||See catalog for details|
1Nelson, H.S., et al. “Comparative Performance of Five Commercial Skin Prick Test Devices.” J. Allergy Clin. Immunol.; 92: 750-756,
2 Carr, W.W., et al. “Comparison of Test Devices for Skin Prick Testing” J. Allergy Clin. Immunol.; 116: 341-346, August 2005.
3 Nelson, H.S., et al. “Evaluation of Devices for Skin Prick Testing” J. Allergy Clin. Immunol.; 101: 153-156, February 1998.
4 Bernstein, L., et al. “Allergy Diagnostic Testing: An Updated Practice Parameter” Annals of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology.; 100: S1, S16-19,
The foregoing references are studies on HollisterStier’s QUINTEST®/QUINTIP® skin test devices. Because ComforTen® technology is based on
HollisterStier’s QUINTEST®/QUINTIP® skin test devices, HollisterStier believes these references apply to ComforTen® as well.