Rapid Test Complete - Urinalysis Test Strips
The Rapid Test Complete test strips, are easy to use urinalysis reagent strips for the detection of key
diagnostic chemical markers in human urine. They are the same test strips used routinely by doctors,
laboratories and healthcare professionals in preliminary diagnosis of, and initial screening for potential
SIGNIFICANCE OF DIAGNOSTIC REAGENT PANELS
Depending on the test and specific reagent panel, abnormal levels of specific chemical compounds
contained in urine can be easily and readily identified as potential risks factors to overall health and/or
indicators of underlying health problems.
PROCEDURE AND USE:
• Completely immerse the reagent strip in the urine sample or through your urine stream and then remove
immediately to avoid dissolving out the reagent pads. Shake off any excess liquid.
• When using the reagent strips immediately replace the container cap, minimizing the exposure of the
remaining test strips to light and air to ensure optimum functionality of the product.
• Compare the color change of reagent pads to the corresponding color chart on the bottle label. Read
results according to the chart's time frame for each panel tested. You may want to take a picture at each
timeframe to keep a history of the color while you read the results.
• Record the results for long term evaluation or anlysis by your physician or healthcare provider.
RAPID TEST COMPLETE TESTS FOR THESE 14 INDICATORS:
• Leukocytes - For urinary tract infection and the presence of bacteria.
• Nitrites - A UTI Test which is usually an indicator of Urinary Tract Infections.
• Urobilinogen - Liver function test and Liver Disease Indicator.
• pH Test - A determinate of the acidic or alkaline state of the urine.
• Protein - An indicator of possible kidney health issues.
• Blood in Urine - Usually a test for kidney stones that is most often an indicator of Kidney Stones and if
stones are forming in the kidneys.
• Ascorbate - The Amount of Vitamin C in your Urine.
• Specific Gravity - a reflection of how well the kidneys are filtering, or the GFR (Glomerular Filtration Rate).
• Ketones - An indicator of the amount of fat being used to produce energy. A key indicator for dieters and
those with diabetes.
• Bilirubin - A test and indicator of Liver or Gallbladder issues.
• Glucose Test - A measurement of the sugar in the urine usually caused by diabetes.
• Microalbumin - Can help test for Kidney damage and kidney health.
• Creatinine - Creatinine outside of the normal test range may indicate kidney health issues.
• Calcium - Calcium levels play a part in Heart, Kidney, and Thyroid health.