Urine & Stool Specimen Cups

AccuQuik™ is a CE, ISO, USFDA Urine & Stool Specimen Cups manufacturer.
As an American brand, AccuQuik™ places the highest priority on the quality of our Urine & Stool Specimen Cup 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.

Urine & Stool Specimen Cups

AccuQuik™ is a CE, ISO, USFDA Urine & Stool Specimen Cups manufacturer.
As an American brand, AccuQuik™ places the highest priority on the quality of our Urine & Stool Specimen Cup 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.

Urine & Stool Specimen Cups Features


Type:
Urine 30ml, Urine 60ml, Urine 120ml Stool 30ml, Stool 60ml, Stool 120ml

 

Sterilization: Sterile, Non-sterile

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Urine is a waste liquid produced by the kidneys and can be tested for a variety of things. Urine tests are usually executed at hospitals and any medical facility to check for infections, at rehabilitation centers to test for drugs, and sports leagues to test for steroids and other drugs. Urine tests are also used for diagnosing tract infections, liver and kidney problems and diabetes along with others. They can also detect viral infections such as STDs and HIV antibodies. Hospitals usually order urine tests before surgery for screening purposes. Stool analysis helps diagnose certain conditions of the digestive tract. The cups have a specially designed sealed screw cap and are made out of high quality polypropylene. The Urine and stool specimen cups come in 30ml, 60ml, and 120ml sizes.

AccuQuik™ Urine & Stool Specimen Cups

General Infomation

Urine is a waste liquid produced by the kidneys and can be tested for a variety of things. Urine tests are usually executed at hospitals and any medical facility to check for infections, at rehabilitation centers to test for drugs, and sports leagues to test for steroids and other drugs. Urine tests are also used for diagnosing tract infections, liver and kidney problems and diabetes along with others. They can also detect viral infections such as STDs and HIV antibodies. Hospitals usually order urine tests before surgery for screening purposes. Stool analysis helps diagnose certain conditions of the digestive tract. The cups have a specially designed sealed screw cap and are made out of high quality polypropylene. The Urine and stool specimen cups come in 30ml, 60ml, and 120ml sizes.

Urine & Stool Specimen Cups FAQs



What are stool samples used for?
Health care provider or another healthcare professional may ask you for a stool sample to help them diagnose a health condition or rule it out. Stools contain bacteria and other substances that are present in the digestive system. By testing the levels of these substances and bacteria in the stools, healthcare professionals can work out what’s happening in your digestive system.

For example, a stool sample can be tested to help diagnose gastroenteritis, crohn’s disease or food poisoning.
How to use a urine sample?
When starting to urinate, collect a sample of the urine, but don’t collect the first part of urine that comes out. After this you screw the lid of the container shut and wash your hands.
What are urine samples used for?
Urine samples are used for several reasons. Healthcare providers may ask for a urine sample to help them diagnose or rule out health conditions. Urine contains waste products that are filtered out of the body. If it contains anything unusual, this may indicate an underlying health problem.

For example, a high level of glucose (sugar) in your urine may be a sign of type 2 diabetes. Other reasons for a urine sample include checking if you:
  • have a urinary tract infection (UTI)
  • have a sexually transmitted infection (STI)
  • are pregnant
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