These urine test strips are used by medical professional around the world to quickly identify a number possible indicators to many different illnesses or conditions. Our urinalysis reagent test strips. are packed in a standard sealed tub as shown above and each tub contains 100 parameter strip tests.
These tests are exactly the same as those we supply to the NHS – Click here to view
The urine test strip covers the universal standard 11 parameters:-
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Both the 10 and the 11 parameter test strips will give you a good indication of your overall health. The 11 parameter test strips include Ascorbic acid which measures your Vitamin C levels. If you are taking Vitamin C supplements or eating/drinking foods or drinks containing Vitamin C this may increase your daily intake and produce a higher output reading. Higher levels of Ascorbic acid/vitamin C (>30mg/dl) can interfere with other parameters causing false negative results. These limitations are detailed in the instructions.
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