2) Urinalysis dipsticks
are intended to be dipped into the patient's urine sample, fully immersing the reagent pads.
7% of platelet concentrates had 4+ and 3+ of glucose with dipstick
To overcome these problems, many alternative screening methods have been evaluated, including urine microscopy, chemical analysis using a dipstick
method, Gram staining, dipslide urine culture and bioluminescence.
The corresponding 75 samples were assessed by dipstick
To assess the suitability of RNA extracted from dipsticks
for determining the VP7 genotype, we first determined the VP7 G genotype of rotavirus in rotavirus-positive clinical samples from children hospitalized during May 15, 2005-May 15, 2006.
Note: Due to unknown quantities of residual oil draining back from engine components and cavities, re-marking of the dipstick
may not always be necessary.
, which can be used by non-professionals.
Detection of proteinuria in hospitalized hypertensive pregnant women by visual reading of dipsticks
, as is the usual office practice, has a high false-positive rate for true proteinuria ([greater than or equal to] 300 mg/L) with a PV+ (true positives/true plus false positives) of 24% for 1+, 53% for 2+, and 93% for 3+ or 4+.
weighs 16-17g and will deep-fry from frozen in under three minutes.
The significance of asymptomatic microhematuria in men 50 or more years old: findings of a home screening study using urinary dipsticks
The NTSB agreed with this portion of Judge Pope's decision, based on his determination that "LabCorp did not produce any written validation study about the suitability of using the Bayer-manufactured diagnostic dipsticks
in a manner contrary to the manufacturer's instructions and for a purpose other than for which they were engineered.
It has been believed that urine dipsticks
are useful tools for excluding the diagnosis of UTI based on their high negative predictive values (NPV).