As a modern medical tool, Reactif urine test strips are a cost-effective method for the rapid analysis of specific urine values and pathological changes.
The Reactif Health Test is an ideal rapid test for home use and evaluation. The determination of deviations of certain parameters from the normal values in urine is an important part of diagnostics.
Performing the test is quick and easy: dip the test strip briefly into the urine, wipe it off and compare the results with the colour chart within 60 to 120 seconds.
The test strips provide quick results and help with routine and general health checks or monitoring of important indicators in the urine, e.g. during pregnancy, diabetes, kidney and bladder infections, urinary tract infections, infections of the kidneys, liver or diet.
Use the urine test to detect changes at an early stage and clarify possible infections and diseases in good time:
The colour deviation of the reagent fields from the reference colour chart serves as an initial rough orientation and enables further diagnosis, targeted examination or immediate screening for diseases by a doctor.
The Reactif is suitable for every age group - from babies to children to adults. This quick test for urine analysis can be carried out easily and conveniently at home. For better results, we recommend testing with 2 to 3 test strips per application. After opening the jar, the tests have a shelf life of 3 months if stored correctly.
(Parameter can be indicative for e.g.*).
*Data without guarantee and only exemplary; an increase or decrease in the values can have a wide variety of causes, which must be clarified with a doctor for differential diagnosis. Please consult a doctor for a more precise diagnosis in case of deviating or conspicuous results!
Proteins: A high level of proteins in urine can indicate inflammation of the kidneys. In patients belonging to risk groups (such as those with diabetes or hypertension), measuring protein levels in urine can support the early detection of the beginnings of kidney damage.
A high leukocyte (white blood cell) count in urine can indicate inflammation of the kidneys, genitals or urinary tract.
Blood (haemoglobin): No blood should be present in urine. Its presence can indicate, for example, a urinary tract infection or kidney/bladder stones.
Nitrite: In the absence of bacteria, nitrite is not found in urine. If it is present, this can indicate pyelonephritis (an infection of the kidneys).
Glucose (sugar): Urine usually contains so little glucose that it would not show up on a urine test strip. Raised urinary sugar levels can indicate diabetes or kidney disease.
Ketones: Ketones are metabolic products formed when fat is broken down, and are excreted in the urine. They are produced in larger quantities, for example, in those with diabetes or a high fever.
pH-level: Provides information on the acid-base-balance. pH levels rise when urine is too acidic, which can in turn indicate a urinary tract infection.
Specific gravity: This is the measure of urine density. A low urine specific gravity level can occur in those with kidney disease. A high reading is also an indicator of cardiac insufficiency and liver disease.
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