Urine Reagent Strips – 11 parameters

Urine Reagent Strips (URS) for Urinalysis are firm plastic strips to which several different reagent areas are affixed. Depending on the product being used, Urine Reagent Strips provide tests for Glucose, Bilirubin, Ketone (Acetoacetic acid), Specific Gravity, Blood, pH, Protein, Urobilinogen, Nitrite, Leukocytes, and Ascorbic Acid in Urine. Test results may provide information regarding the status of carbohydrate metabolism, kidney and liver function, acid-base balance, and bacteriurea. Please refer to the outside box and bottle label for the specific test parameters of the product you are using. Urine Reagent Strips are packaged along with a drying agent in a plastic bottle with a twist-off cap. Each strip is stable and ready to use upon removal from the bottle. The entire reagent strip is disposable. Results are obtained by direct comparison of the test strip with the color blocks printed on the bottle label. No calculations or laboratory instruments are required.

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Product Description

Producer:

Xiamen Boson Biotech Co., Ltd

Country of production:

China

Article:

1М02S0, 1М02S3-11, 1М02S3-3, 1M02S5, 1М02S6, 1М02S2

Brief description:

Urine Reagent Strips (URS) for Urinalysis are firm plastic strips to which several different reagent areas are affixed. Depending on the product being used, Urine Reagent Strips provide tests for Glucose, Bilirubin, Ketone (Acetoacetic acid), Specific Gravity, Blood, pH, Protein, Urobilinogen, Nitrite, Leukocytes, and Ascorbic Acid in Urine. Test results may provide information regarding the status of carbohydrate metabolism, kidney and liver function, acid-base balance, and bacteriurea. Please refer to the outside box and bottle label for the specific test parameters of the product you are using. Urine Reagent Strips are packaged along with a drying agent in a plastic bottle with a twist-off cap. Each strip is stable and ready to use upon removal from the bottle. The entire reagent strip is disposable. Results are obtained by direct comparison of the test strip with the color blocks printed on the bottle label. No calculations or laboratory instruments are required.

Appointment:

Urine reagent strips for the semi-quantitative and qualitative detection of glucose, bilirubin, ketone, specific gravity, blood, ph, protein, urobilinogen, nitrite, leukocytes and ascorbic acid in urine

Materials provided:

Reagent strips

Materials required but not provided:

Sample container

Glucose:

This test is specific for glucose; no substances excreted in urine other than glucose is known to give a positive result. The reagent area does not react with lactose, galactose, fructose, or reducing metabolites of drugs; e.g. salicylates and nalidixic acid. This test may be used to determine whether the reducing substances found in urine is glucose. Approximately 100 mg/dl glucose in urine is detectable.

Bilirubin:

The test has a sensitivity of 0.4-0.8 mg/dl bilirubin in urine. The test is considered specific for bilirubin in urine.

Ketone:

The ketone test area provides semi-quantitative results and reacts with acetoacetic acid in urine. This test does not react with beta-hydroxybutyric acid or acetone. The reagent area detects as little as 5-10 mg/dl acetoacetic acid in urine.

Specific Gravity:

The specific gravity test permits determination of urine specific gravity between 1.000 and 1.030. In general, the specific gravity test correlates within 0.005 with values obtained with the reflective index method.

Blood:

At the time of reagent manufacture, this test when read as instructed has a sensitivity to free hemoglobin of 0.015 mg/dl or 5-10 intact red blood cells. This test is sensitive to free hemoglobin and myoglobin than to intact erythrocytes.

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The pH test area permits quantitative differentiation of pH values to one unit within the range of 5-9. pH reading is not affected by variation in the urinary buffer concentration.

Protein:

The test area is more sensitive to albumin than to globulin, hemoglobin, Bence-Jones proteins, and mucoprotein; a negative result does not rule out the presence of these other proteins. The test area is sensitive to 15 mg/dl albumin. Depending on the inherent variability in clinical urine lesser concentration may be detected under certain conditions.

Urobilinogen:

This test will detect urobilinogen in concentrations as low as 0.2 EU/dl in urine. The absence of urobilinogen in the specimen being tested cannot be determined with this test.

Nitrite:

At the time of reagent manufacture, this test has sensitivity to sodium nitrite of 0.075 mg/dl. Comparison of the reacted reagent area on a white background may aid in the detection of low levels of nitrite ion, which may otherwise be missed. This test is specific for nitrite and will not react with substances normally excreted in the urine.

Leukocytes:

This test can detect as low as 10-15 WBC/µL. This test will not react with erythrocytes or bacteria common in urine.

Ascorbic Acid:

This test can detect ascorbic acid in concentrations as low as 10 mg/dl in urine.

Delivery

Implemented by Nova Poshta. If the order is above 1500 UAH, the sender pays the shipping cost

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