To protect yourself is to protect the World!

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Founded in 2020, Fago Medical is the largest respiratory protective mask manufacturer in Turkey. It set out with the motto “to protect yourself is to protect the World! 
The production of masks that started in an area of 2.000 sqm. continues today in its 11.500 sqm. facility in Istanbul. Fago Medical exports to many countries in Europe. 
Its daily production capacity is around 4 million masks in the type of FFP2 (N95) and FFP3. Fago Medical provides services in accordance with European standards 
in all processes from raw materials to production, from packaging to storage of FFP2 (N95) and FFP3 masks w/valve and CE Marked Rapid AntigenTest Kits. Its primary principle is quality production and unconditional customer satisfaction. 

About Us

With a focus on coronavirus detection, Fago Medical started to produce CE Marked 
Rapid Test Kits in April, 2021. It offers 4 types of test kits detecting SARS-CoV-2 within 15 mins.

  • Nasopharyngeal
  • Nasal Mid-Turbinate
  • Saliva

  • Antibody Detecting Rapid Diagnostic Tests

To protect yourself is to protect the World!

100% Hygiene and International Standards in Mask and Equipment Production

As Fago Medikal, our productions are carried out with the latest technology.

Our Production Facility & Production Line

You can watch our production in Fago Medical Standards on our Video.


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Rapid antigen tests are widely used in the diagnosis of respiratory diseases. In this case, the rapid antigen detection test looks for proteins produced by the SARS-CoV-2 virus, the virus that causes the disease called COVID-19. 

Antigen tests are immunological tests that detect the presence of a specific viral antigen; This means they are currently identifying people with viral infections. In some cases, they may be a viable alternative to nucleic acid amplification tests (NAAT or PCR tests) looking for viral RNA in the sample.

Rapid diagnostic tests (RDT) detect the presence of viral proteins (antigens) expressed by the COVID-19 virus in a sample taken from a person's respiratory tract.

If the target antigen is present in the sample in sufficient concentrations, it will bind to specific antibodies fixed to a paper strip enclosed in a plastic sheath and will typically generate a visually detectable signal within 30 minutes.

Maintain a distance of at least 1 meter between yourself and others to reduce your risk of getting an infection when they cough, sneeze or talk. Keep an even greater distance between yourself and others when you're inside. The farther the better, the better. Make wearing a mask a normal part of being around others. For masks to be as effective as possible, proper use, storage and cleaning or disposal are essential. Here are the basics of wearing a mask: 

Clean your hands before, before, after, and after touching your mask. Make sure it covers both your nose, mouth and chin. When you remove a mask, store it in a clean plastic bag and wash it every day if it's a fabric mask or throw a medical mask into the trash.

Regularly and thoroughly clean your hands with an alcohol-based hand rub or wash them with soap and water. This eliminates germs including viruses that may be present on your hands. Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth. Hands touch many surfaces and can pick up viruses. Once contaminated, hands can transfer the virus to your eyes, nose, or mouth. From there, the virus can enter your body and infect you. Cover your mouth and nose with your elbow or tissue when coughing or sneezing. Then immediately throw the used tissue into a closed box and wash your hands. By practicing good "respiratory hygiene" you protect the people around you from viruses that cause colds, flu and COVID-19. Frequently clean and disinfect regularly touched surfaces, especially door handles, faucets and phone screens.

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