|Uric Acid Test Strips
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|Lumigenex Dry Chemistry Analyzer LP-100
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Uric Acid Test Strip (Dry Chemistry method)
The Uric acid Test Strips (Dry chemical method) by dry chemistry analyzer, are suitable for in vitro quantitative detection of the concentrations of uric acid in whole blood or serum samples, help diagnose gout, and help find the cause of frequent kidney stones. Monitor the uric acid level of people undergoing certain cancer treatments.
Uric acid is the main product of the decomposition of purine metabolism in the human body. Most uric acid is formed in the liver and is excreted by the kidneys, determined by the balance between the synthesis and excretion of uric acid in the body. Hyperuricemia can be primary hyperuricemia and secondary hyperuricemia, including excess production or reduced excretion. Quantitative determination of uric acid excretion can help determine the treatment regimen for hyperuricemia, and determine whether patients should be treated with uric acid stimulating excretion drugs for increased renal excretion, or treated with allopurinol to inhibit purine synthesis.
The whole blood or serum samples to be tested are added dropwise to the uric acid test card. The test substance in the sample reacts with the substance on the test card and produces a color. The depth of the color is related to the concentration of the test substance. The dry chemical analyzer collects the intensity of the reflected light and uses the reflection coefficient to calculate the uric acid concentration in the sample.
Uric acid+ H2O + O2 Uricase Allantoin+CO2
H2O2 + 4-Aminoantipyrine Peroxidase Iminoquinone + 4H2O
1. Suitable for whole blood and serum samples.
2. Whole blood sample collection: Use a heparin anticoagulation tube (or use an EDTA anticoagulation tube) for blood collection, or add anticoagulant to the blood collection tube first, add the collected blood sample and shake it for use. The blood sample collection should be used as soon as possible, if the blood can not be detected within 2 hours, it should be stored in a refrigerator at 2-8℃ for no more than 8 hours.
3. After the whole blood sample is collected in anticoagulant-free, to be detected as soon as possible.
4. There may be deviations in the test results of hemolysis and turbid samples, so it is not recommended.
5. Serum samples were collected: to prevent hemolysis, serum should be separated as soon as feasible after blood. As quickly as possible, the separated serum should be analyzed. The specimen should be brought to room temperature before testing and inverted to mix. If it cannot be tested in 4 hours at room temperature, it should be stored at 2-8°C for 7 days and can be frozen below -18°C for 3 months (low-temperature storage or transit).
1. Please read the operation manual carefully before testing.
2. Check and insert the IC card into the instrument to ensure that the test card matches the batch number of the IC card.
3. Take out the test card from the original packaging aluminum foil bag, with the white paper card facing up, insert it into the analyzer, and insert it to the end until it cannot go any further.
4. When the words "add sample" appear on the display screen, drop a 20 uL sample into the sample well.
5. Test results appear on the screen in about 4 minutes. The operation of the instrument shall refer to the application of the reagent test in the user manual of The dry chemistry analyzer of Lumigenex Company.
6. Calibrator and quality control instructions: The analyzer automatically receives batch-specific calibration data from the IC card without user calibration since the test strip uses IC card calibration mode.
7. Remove the test card which is disposable and cannot be used again, and throw it away.
Use the Uric acid test kit with Lumigenex Dry Chemical Analyzer LP-100
Use matched test strips manufactured by Lumigenex to quantitatively analyze clinical chemical components in human whole blood, serum, and plasma with reflection spectrophotometry.
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