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Healgen Strip for Urinalysis is in vitro diagnostic test device that use reagents for qualitative and semi-quantitative urinalysis. The strips are for professional use only.
Healgen Strip for Urinalysis is intended for use to detect conditions indicating possible diabetes, metabolic abnormalities, liver diseases, kidney function, and urinary tract infections. Test results can be used along with other diagnostic information to rule out certain disease states and to determine if microscopic analysis is needed.
Urobilinogen: this test is based on the Ehrlich reaction in which p-diethylamino benzaldehyde in conjunction with a color enhancer reacts with urobilinogen in a strongly acid medium to produce a pink-red color.
Bilirubin: The direct bilirubin and dichlorobenzene diazonium produce fuchsia azo dyes in a strongly acid medium.
Ketone: The acetoacetate and sodium nitroprusside cause a reaction in the alkaline medium, which produces a violet color.
Blood: Hemoglobin acts as a peroxidase. It can cause peroxidase to release neo-ecotypes oxide [O]. [O] oxidizes the indicator and causes the color change.
Protein: The test is based on the protein-error-of-indicators principle. An ion in the specific pH indicator attracted by cation on the protein molecule makes the indicator further ionized, which changes its color.
Nitrite: Nitrite in the urine and aromatic amino sulphanilamide are diazotized to form a diazonium compound. The diazonium compound reacting with tetrahydro benzo(h) quinolin 3-phenol causes the color change.
Leukocytes: Granulocyte leukocytes in urine contain esterase that catalyzes the hydrolysis of the pyrrole amino acid ester to liberate 3-hydroxy-5-pheny pyrrole. This pyrrole reacting with diazonium forms a purple color.
Glucose: The glucose oxidized by glucose oxidase catalyzes the formation of glucuronic acid and peroxide hydrogen. Peroxide hydrogen releases neo-ecotypes oxide [O] under the function of peroxidase. [O] oxidizes iodide potassium, which causes the color change.
Specific Gravity: Electrolyte (M+X-) in the form of salt in urine reacts with poly methyl vinyl ether and maleic acid (-COOH), which is a weak acid ionic exchanger. The reaction produces hydrogenous ionogen, which reacts with a pH indicator that causes the color change.
pH: This test is based on a double indicator principle that gives a broad range of colors covering the entire urinary pH range.
Ascorbic Acid: Ascorbic acid, with 1,2-dihydroxy alkenes, under the alkaline condition, deoxidizes the blue 2,6-dichloroindophenolate into colorless N- (p-phenol)- 2,6-dichloro-p-amine phenol.