Urine diagnostic quality controls
In patients with symptoms of diseases of the kidneys and the efferent urinary tract, qualitative and quantitative laboratory tests are important factors for diagnosis. Initially, a test strip is usually used to determine qualitative factors such as pH, the presence of total protein, glucose, blood components such as haemoglobin/erocytes and leucocytes or nitrite in the urine. If the screening results for one of the parameters are positive, a quantitative analysis shall be performed on the clinical chemistry analyser.
for urine diagnostics with test strips
The liquid control Duotrol® U Dipstick is based on human urine and is used to monitor qualitative and semi-quantitative analysis conditions in urine diagnostics. It can be used in various devices for rapid urine analysis and for urine test strips as a control for parameters such as pH, protein in urine, bilirubin, glucose and ketones. The user can compare the reading with expected ranges by visual or instrument evaluation, ensuring consistent reagent and instrument performance.
for urine diagnostics in automatic analysers
The human urine matrix based liquid quality control Duotrol® Urin Liquid is designed to monitor analytical conditions in the clinical laboratory for quantitative urine diagnostics. Among other things, it allows control in the quantification of parameters such as urea, uric acid, sodium, chloride, creatinine (enzymatic method and Jaffé method), glucose, total protein, microalbumin and hCG.
Indications for urine diagnostics
Duotrol® Quality controls
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