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 10 parameters:-
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Time to expiry on the pack will be at least 12 months from today and usually much longer.
What results will I get?
These strips are meant for medical professionals and they will fully understand the purpose of these tests and how to interpret the results as they are standard urinalysis strip tests. 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 these tests click here.
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