Urine Test Strip 10 Parameters
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- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 5 x 2 x 2 inches; 3.2 Ounces
- Item model number : HIC-041
- Date First Available : June 27, 2017
- Manufacturer : Hicet
- ASIN : B073DMKR2K
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,619 in Industrial & Scientific (See Top 100 in Industrial & Scientific)
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I am retired from the medical field. I used strips like these a couple times a week for over 30 years.
I got these to check for infections in a member of my family. Our family physician had given us antibiotics to have on hand for urinary tract infections for this person if had positive test strip, when office closed or we were out of town, and thankfully had on hand during Covid.
I ordered a bottle a few months ago. When I first opened it, I checked that all the strips looked good. and the first urine test was normal.
A few days later I rechecked, and it showed moderate to large positive leukocytes (white blood cells, a strong sign of infection). The antibiotics were started. But the strips continued to show infection. After a week, I changed to the second type of antibiotic I had, and again it did not clear. Made an appointment with a urologist for the person, and found out there was no infection. Went home and looked at the strips. The color was way off for the leukocytes. So I though somehow I may have contaminated the bottle with infected urine at some point.
So ordered another bottle. Opened it up, strips looked ok. Next time opened it up, getting ready to use for first time, they again were all showing infection before even using. SECOND PHOTO shows new strip from bottle. At top of the strip is the color of the strip as it came out of the bottle, and to left of it is the color it is supposed to be, if test is negative. THE THIRD photo shows the stick after being wet with just WATER, Reading between moderate and large number of white blood cells.
Caused unnecessary antibiotics, expensive specialist visit, and worry.