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Do you have diabetes? Why do I need to do this test? A diabetes epidemic is underway (Source: World Health Organisation), Unhealthy diets, obesity and a lack of exercise are the main causes of diabetes, Approximately 50% of people with diabetes don't know why they have it. An easy to use visual test to detect the presence or absence of glucose in the urine and a helpful indicator in the potential early detection of diabetes.
Contents: 1 foil pouch containing two test strips, 1 sample cup, 1 disposable vinyl glove (CE grade 1 manufactured to BS-EN 455 parts 1& 2), 1 instruction leaflet. CE0088 Statement of conformity (product corresponds with the in-vitro diagnostic medical devices directive 98/79/ec of the European Union.
The screening test should detect the presence of urine glucose (sugar) in freshly voided urine. The abnormal levels of sugar will react with the test pad on the test strip, producing chemical reaction involving a dye resulting in the test pad changing colour. To achieve the most accurate and meaningful results, the test should be carried out on a fresh sample of urine at least two hours after your last meal. If you are unsure about the result obtained with the first test strip a second strip is provided so the test can be repeated 24 hours later. If you are in any way concerned about carrying out this test contact your doctor.
Contents – 1 foil pouch containing two test strips, 1 sample cup. 1 disposable vinyl glove (CE grade 1 manufactured to BS-EN 455 parts 1 & 2), 1 instuction leaflet
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