Self-Test for the detection of leukocytes, blood, nitrites and proteins in urine
Urinary tract infection is one of the most frequent pathologies affecting this area. The symptoms can be very different, such as: burning, constant urge to urinate and, in severe cases, lower back pain, fever and flu.read more
The urinary tract includes: upper urinary ducts, bladder, urinary ducts and renal pelvis. Generally, the infection originates in the urinary duct and then extends to the upper urinary tract until it reaches the kidneys. It is mainly women who suffer from it, due to the short urinary ducts that favor the penetration of pathogenic germs. Men are affected especially in old age, as an enlarged prostate could prevent urine from flowing out.
URINARY TRACT INFECTIONS TEST is intended for anyone who wants to check the presence of leukocytes, blood, nitrites or proteins in the urine, indicating a possible infection in progress.read more
The test should be performed in the presence of one or more of the following symptoms: frequent urination, burning when urinating, turbid and/or smelly urine. It is recommended to use the very first urine in the morning.
URINARY TRACT INFECTIONS TEST consists of plastic strips on which different reactive areas are applied. The test is intended for qualitative and semi-quantitative detection of leukocytes, blood, nitrites and proteins in urine.
|Blood free haemoglobin accuracy||96%|
|Negative||the presence of leukocytes, blood, nitrites and proteins in the urine has not been detected.|
|Leucocytes positive||leukocytes have been detected in the urine. It is recommended to contact your doctor.|
|Blood positive||blood has been detected in the urine. It is recommended to contact your doctor.|
|Nitrites positive||nitrites have been detected in the urine. It is recommended to contact your doctor.|
|Proteins positive||proteins have been detected in the urine. It is recommended to contact your doctor.|
1. Chee Wei Tan, MMed, MCFP1and Maciej Piotr Chlebicki, MBBS, ABIM2: “Urinary tract infections in adults” Singapore Med J. 2016 Sep; 57(9):
2. Copp H.L., Schmidt B.: “Work up of Pediatric Urinary Tract Infection”. Urol Clin North Am. 2015 Nov; 42(4): 519–526.
The test has been carried out correctly when the instructions for use are followed. It includes the reading time and the interpretation of the results shown at the "RESULTS INTERPRETATION" secrion of the instructions for use.
A colored line will appear at the control region (C) on the test device, showing that the test performed correctly. The absence of the colored line suggests to repeat the test with a new device and a new sample.
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