Pink platelet pregnancy test x 1 piece


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Very easy to use Pink platelet pregnancy test is a product recommended for women who have a suspicion that they may be pregnant. The test has a diagnostic sensitivity of 25ml / U and an accuracy of over 99.9%.

Action Pink Platelet Pregnancy Test:

The Pink tile pregnancy test is one of the most-chosen pregnancy tests available on the market. It is simple to use, accurate (over 99.9%) and fast (result after 2-5 minutes). The test detects the concentration of the hormone hCG (chorionic gonadotropin) in urine, its diagnostic sensitivity is determined at 25ml / U. Importantly, the result is easy to interpret. The kit includes a test and a plastic pipette.

Pregnancy Test Application:

Pink Platelet Pregnancy Test intended for diagnostic testing in women who suspect pregnancy.

Additional information:
The product should be stored out of reach of children at room temperature. It is recommended to protect against moisture and light. Disposable product.

How to use the Pink Plaque Pregnancy Test:

Read the instructions carefully before use. It is recommended to conduct the test on the first day after the expected period. It is recommended to do the test in the morning, because then the most hCG hormone is in the urine. Prepare a urine sample in a clean, dry plastic or glass container. Lay the test flat on a horizontal surface. Using a pipette, take a small amount of urine. Place 3 full drops in a round window on the test plate. To do this, hold the pipette vertically over the test window for about one minute. The resulting drops will be large enough and without air bubbles. After 2-5 minutes you can read the result. The result obtained after more than 10 minutes is considered invalid. Interpretation of results: negative (no pregnancy) - a band appears at the C control site, but does not appear at the T test site; positive result (pregnancy) - two bands appear on the test plate at control C and test T (the bands do not have to be equally intense). In the event that no strip appears or the strip is only visible at the T test site, the result is probably invalid.