Generic 100 Pregnancy Test Strips
Uses. . For the semi-quantitive and qualitive detection of:. . Glocose. . Bilirubin. . Ketone. . Specific Gravity. . Blood. . pH. . Protein. . Uribilinogen. . Nitrite. . Leukocytes. . Ascorbic Acid. . . . Summary. . READ PACKAGE INSERT BEFORE USE.. . Urine Reagent Stripes (URS) for Urinalysis are firm plastic strips to which various dissimilar 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 data regarding the status carbohydrate metaboli process kidney and liver function, acid-base balance, and bacteriurea. Please refer to the outside box and bottle label for 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 remotion from the bottle. The entire reagent strip is disposable. Results are received by direct comparison of the test strip with the color blocks printed on the bottle label. No calculation or laboratory instruments are required.. . . . Directions. . 1. Dip reagent end of strip in FRESH, well-mixed uncentrifuged urine and remove immediately. (Alternatively, wet reagent areas of strip by passing through urine stream.). . 2. While removing, run the edge of the strip versus the rim of the urine container to remove excess urine.. . 3. Compare the test area with the matching color chart at the time specified.. . . . Important Information. . – Do not touch test areas of strip.. . – Store at temperatures amongst 15Â°-30Â°C (59Â°-86Â°F) and out of direct sunlight.. . – Do not remove desiccants. Remove only sufficient strips for prompt use.. . – Replace cap without delay and tightly…
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75 of 77 people found the following review helpful.
By Tiger in the Boat
Most urine strips are indicated as to how some tests they perform. These are not. If you read the product description, you could be fooled, as I was in a quick reading, to think that they are 10-test strips. Read the begin of the product description and see what I mean; all the ten tests are listed. The product here, however, is only a two test strip and as such is no great bargain. Also, when I returned them, as not having the test I necessitated and having been befooled by the description, I was only issued a partial refund. Please keep out of the way of these unless you recognise for sure they cover your test.
(This next percentage of the review is edited, assorted months after the review was in the first place posted.”
I received an email from a very sympathetic woman at the company who said she was the Amazon client service manager. She claimed that the problem with the product listing was not their fault, and that she would cheerfully refund my shipping charges and the remainder of my buy price, if only I would delete this negative review. That was distinctly her only intent in contacting me. After a good deal of discussion she said that she would put through a refund for me anyhow, but she said it would take a long time, assorted weeks, and was a lot of work, but if I would delete this review, she could get it done much faster. Of course, this made no sense, and neither did most of her other explanations. She said she would give me an further and added “credit to my account,” but I was never competent to determine what account she was talking about. My account with her company, where I was improbable to ever buy again?
I asked her a number of follow-up questions when it comes to why the listing was wrong and why I didn’t receive a full refund, and never got much of an answer, at least not one that made sense. So I said that I would be happy to edit my review, once the refund was received.
As you might guess, no refund was ever received. I never heard from them again. My sentiment is that this is not a terribly organized or high-integrity operation. So, as with any other Marketplace purchase, there is an factor of buyer beware.
27 of 28 people found the following review helpful.
Multistix Generic Urine Test Strips
By C. M. Wrenne
Please be careful if you are using these strips to measure glucose in urine. I use a lot of dissimilar urine test strips and these give identical results to the other name brand test strips in everything but glucose. I have tested them versus 2 other brands and these unquestionably test rather a bit lower on glucose. I have notified the makers and they have offered to interchange them for me.
15 of 16 persons found the following review helpful.
exactly as wanted
If you want to watch your glucose or protein these strips are relaible and easy to use. I use them to monitor my pregnancy and they measure the same as the dr’s office.
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