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 reaction of pathogens. Urinalysis test strips are used for screening in high-risk areas and for monitoring treatment. These test strips can be used to rule out possible infections and diseases.
Urinalysis Test Strips can detect leukocyte, nitrite, urobilinogen, protein, pH, blood, specific gravity, ketone, bilirubin, glucose, and ascorbic acid in urine. It can indicate the presence of infection of the kidneys, ureters, bladder or urethra, kidney or urinary tract disease, liver cell disease, biliary obstruction, diabetes, and other diseases or infections. If you receive a test result that indicates an abnormal level of any of the eleven factors, consult a doctor to determine what, if any, action is required.
- Allow the test strip to reach room temperature (15-30°C) prior to testing. Do not open the bottle until ready to perform the assay.
- Take out the test strip from the bottle and replace the cap immediately. Immerse the reagent pads of the test strip completely into the sample of urine and remove immediately.
- Lean the test strip against the edge of the container side to wipe away extra urine.
- Hold the test strip, compare it with the colorimetric table on the bottle, and record the test results in its determination time, which vary from factor to factor.