Clinistix

Clinistix

 [klin´ĭ-stiks]
trademark for glucose oxidase reagent strips used to test for glucose in urine. The strip is dipped into the urine and positive or negative results are indicated by the color of the strip.

Clinistix

/Clin·i·stix/ (klin´ĭ-stiks) trademark for glucose oxidase reagent strips used to test for glucose in urine.

clinistix

A narrow strip of card impregnated with an enzyme that produces a purple colour when dipped into urine containing sugar. This is a convenient routine screening test for DIABETES.

Clinistix

plastic strips with reagent-impregnated pads, used to indicate the presence of abnormal substances (e.g. protein, glucose, haemoglobin, blood) in urine

Clinistix

a commercially available product for rapid qualitative and quantitative detection of glucose in urine. It consists of a plastic strip with an impregnated paper tip which turns purple if glucose is present.
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Marketed as Clinistix by their employer, Miles Laboratories, the test enabled diabetics to conduct convenient at-home testing and ushered in a new era for self-monitoring of blood sugar concentrations.
In addition to Clinistix, other products Free and her husband developed included Ketostix, Uristix, and Multistix.
The Clinistix dip-and-read glucose test also earned Free a place in the National Inventors Hall of Fame.
The accuracy of the visual readings on the Clinistix was enhanced by a homemade color chart that Kohn prepared from commercial paints (18).
He expanded this technology to the dry reagent strips we now call dipsticks with the introduction of CLINISTIX for urine glucose in 1956 and went on to add a range of chemistries to dipsticks.