Urinalysis Test Strips

AccuQuik™ is a CE, ISO, USFDA Urinalysis Test Strips manufacturer.
As an American brand, AccuQuik™ places the highest priority on the quality of our Urinalysis Test Strip products. However,
as we look to serve the needs of the developing world, our test kits are manufactured in our India and China based facilities.

Urinalysis Test Strips

AccuQuik™ is a CE, ISO, USFDA Urinalysis Test Strips manufacturer.
As an American brand, AccuQuik™ places the highest priority on the quality of our Urinalysis Test Strip products. However,
as we look to serve the needs of the developing world, our test kits are manufactured in our India and China based facilities.

Urinalysis Test Strips Features


Test: Urinalysis Test Strips

Specimen: Urine

Reagent:

1G (Glucose), 1K (Ketones),
2K (Glucose + Ketones),
2P (Glucose + Protein),
3A (Glucose + Protein + PH),
10A (Leukocytes + Nitrite + Urobilinogen + Protein +
PH + Blood + Specific Gravity + Ketones + Bilirubin + Glucose),
12A (Leukocytes + Nitrite + Urobilinogen +
Protein + PH + Blood + Specific Gravity + Ketones +
Bilirubin + Glucose + Absorbic Acid + Microalbumin),
13A (Leukocytes + Nitrite + Urobilinogen + Protein +
PH + Blood + Specific Gravity + Ketones + Bilirubin +
Glucose + Absorbic Acid + CRE + Microalbumin)

Packaging: 100 pieces/bottle

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More Information about the Urinalysis Test Strips


A urine test strip or dipstick test is a basic diagnostic tool. The strips are fast and accurate and are color coded. A reagent that reacts to certain pathogens in urine is added in the test strips. This will cause a reaction that results in different colors, each of which indicates whether a disease is present in your body or not. The test strips consist of a ribbon made of plastic or paper of about 5 millimeter wide. Plastic strips have pads impregnated with chemicals that react with the compounds present in urine, producing a characteristic color. For the paper strips the reactants are absorbed directly onto the paper.

The Urinalysis Test Strips

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A urine test strip or dipstick test is a basic diagnostic tool. The strips are fast and accurate and are color coded. A reagent that reacts to certain pathogens in urine is added in the test strips. This will cause a reaction that results in different colors, each of which indicates whether a disease is present in your body or not. The test strips consist of a ribbon made of plastic or paper of about 5 millimeter wide. Plastic strips have pads impregnated with chemicals that react with the compounds present in urine, producing a characteristic color. For the paper strips the reactants are absorbed directly onto the paper.

General Information

Urinalysis Test Strips are used to detect a broad range of diseases. The test is designed to identify proteins, sugars, organic compounds, bacteria, chemicals that are usually found in red blood cells, and white blood cell count. It also tests the acidity and mass ration of pathogens. Urinalysis test strips are used for screening in high risk areas and for treatment monitoring. They could be used to rule out possible infections and diseases if symptoms are still present when getting negative results.

Treatments

Diseases of the kidneys and the urinary tract, Carbohydrate metabolism disorders (diabetes mellitus)
Liver diseases and hemolytic disorders, Urinary infections, Nitrites and Leukocytes tests for urinary tract infections can be identified using the urinalysis test strips. The PH test is to indicate the amount of crystalline structures. Regulating PH levels is used to treat certain illnesses that involve the elimination of agents that are in your system left over from chemotherapy, or agents that form as a result of gallstones, and also used to help urinary infections. The hemoglobin test counts the amount of proteins in urine and is commonly associated with people who have Glomerular disease, tumors, kidney stones, inflammation or toxicity of the kidney. If a positive test of Bilirubin comes up it could be related to hepatitis and hepatic cirrhosis.

Urinalysis Test Strips FAQs



How does the test strip work?
The test strip should be fully immersed in the properly mixed urine sample for a few minutes and then taken out to dry for up to 30 minutes to determine each portion of the test.
How do I know if the test worked?
Align the used test strip parallel to the chromatic scale test strip that is provided and compare the colors to see if any pathogens do exist and to what extent.
When can I take the test?
It can be taken whenever but for the best PH results it should be taken in the afternoon, a couple hours after or before eating a meal.
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