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Urinalysis test strip URS-OBGYN
for glycosuriafor proteinuriahematuria

urinalysis test strip
urinalysis test strip
urinalysis test strip
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Characteristics

Applications
for urinalysis
Tested parameter
for glycosuria, for proteinuria, hematuria, nitrite
Sample type
urine
Analysis mode
colorimetric

Description

Test: Urine Reagent Strip‐OBGYN (URS‐OBGYN) Leukocytes/Nitrite/Protein/Blood/Glucose Format: Strip Method: Color Indicator Testing Procedure: Manual Storage Temperature: 15‐30°C Expected Values/Sensitivity: Glucose: Concentrations as little 0.1g/dL may be significantly abnormal if found consistently (100mg/dL sensitivity) Blood: No blood in normal urine (0.015mg/dL sensitivity) Protein: 1‐14mg/dL may be excreted by the normal kidney (15mg/dL sensitivity) Nitrite: No nitrite in normal urine (0.075mg/dL sensitivity) Leukocytes: Normal urine specimens generally yield negative results (10‐15 WBC/µL sensitivity) Limitations of Procedure: Glucose: Moderate amounts of ketone bodies (40mg/dL or greater) may decrease color development in urine containing small amounts of glucose (75‐125mg/dL). However, such concentration of ketone simultaneously with such glucose concentration is metabolically improbable in screening. The reactivity of the glucose test decreases as the specific gravity and/or ascorbic acid of the urine increases. Reactivity may also vary with temperature. Blood: The sensitivity of the blood test is reduced in urine with high specific gravity and/or high ascorbic acid content. Microbial peroxidase, associated with urinary tract infection may cause false positive reactions.

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