Our urine test strips can are CE Marked for Self-Testing so these can be used consumers and medical professionals. The pack will include detailed instructions and a colour reference chart.
10 Parameter Urine Test Strips
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The strip covers the universal standard 10 parameters:-
These are identical to the strips we supply to the NHS and are CE Marked for self-testing. Time to expiry on the pack will be at least 6 months from today and usually much longer. Once the pouch has been opened, the remaining strips remain stable for up to 30 days as long as the pouch is immediately re-sealed.
How can you sell these so cheaply?
We sell more than 25 million strip tests every year (80%+ to the NHS) so we buy at very competitive prices and our products are made especially for us. We have become successful by selling the highest quality products (all CE and FDA approved) at a reasonable margin. You get the benefit.
What results will I get?
Effectively any positive result for any of the tests will require further investigation unless the likely cause of the positive result is already known e.g. blood in urine can be a normal result if the urine is from a menstruating female. If any medical professional buying these strips wishes to purchase the automatic reader/urinalysis machine please contact us at the email address below.
For full instructions on how to use this product click here.
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