Urinalysis test strip
for ketonuriahematuriaprotein

urinalysis test strip
urinalysis test strip
urinalysis test strip
urinalysis test strip
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for urinalysis
Tested parameter
for ketonuria, hematuria, protein, bilirubin, specific gravity, pH, nitrite
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The Urinalysis Reagent Strips (Urine) are firm plastic strips onto which several separate reagent areas are affixed. The test is for the qualitative and semi-quantitative detection of one or more of the following analytes in urine: Ascorbic acid, Glucose, Bilirubin, Ketone (Acetoacetic acid), Specific Gravity, Blood, pH, Protein, Urobilinogen, Nitrite and Leukocytes. The Litmus® Urinalysis Reagent Strips (Urine) are for single use in professional near-patient (point-of- care) and centralized laboratory locations. Refer to kit box label for the specific analyte(s) listed, and compare to the appropriate analyte(s) and color blocks on the color chart for results. The Urinalysis Reagent Strips (Urine) can be read visually and on the Litmus® Urine Analyzers, and are intended for professional use only. Urine undergoes many changes during states of disease or body dysfunction before blood composition is altered to a significant extent. Urinalysis is a useful procedure as an indicator of health or disease, and as such, is a part of routine health screening. The Urinalysis Reagent Strips (Urine) can be used in general evaluation of health, and aids in the diagnosis and monitoring of metabolic or systemic diseases that affect kidney function, endocrine disorders and diseases or disorders of the urinary tract. 10 Parameters: Ascorbic acid Glucose Bilirubin Ketone (Acetoacetic acid) Specific Gravity Blood pH Protein Urobilinogen Nitrite Leukocytes


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