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strip

 [strip]
1. a thin, narrow, comparatively long piece of material.
2. to press the contents from a canal, such as the urethra or a blood vessel, by running the finger along it.
3. to excise lengths of large veins and incompetent tributaries after subcutaneous dissection.
4. to remove tooth structure or restorative material from the mesial or distal surfaces of teeth, utilizing abrasive strips; usually done to alleviate crowding.
reagent strip a strip of paper impregnated with a reagent to a given substance, used in testing for that substance in a body fluid or other secretion.

reagent strip

a strip of paper impregnated with a reagent to a given substance, used in testing for that substance in a body fluid or other secretion.

reagent strip

Dipstick, see there.
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The study was a prospective, paired, post-test only design utilising self-controls and two factors, namely the use or absence of 70% isopropyl alcohol for skin preparation prior to finger-prick to obtain a capillary blood sample and the use of the first or second drop of capillary blood for reagent strip testing.
Table 46: World 10-Year Perspective for Diabetes Testing Supplies by Product Segment - Percentage Breakdown of Dollar Sales for Blood Glucose Test Strips, Lancet, Lancet Device, Reagent Strip, and Blood Glucose Insta Glucose Markets for Years 2003, 2008 & 2012 (includes corresponding Graph/Chart) II-91
Table 48: World Historic Review for Reagent Strips by
Hemastix Reagent Strips use 3,3',5,5'-tetramethylbenzidine and diisopropylbenzene dihydroperoxide.
Since the presence of any eosinophils in the urine is an abnormal finding, it is theoretically possible to have a negative leukocyte esterase reaction by reagent strip with clinically significant numbers of eosinophils present.
Since specific gravity is used clinically as a measure of the concentrating ability of the kidney, reagent strip results are useful.
Bayer Diagnostics, which is sponsoring the CHECK-UP program, will supply at no cost, the Unity Health Centers with Multistix PRO Reagent Strips to support the awareness and testing program.
With the introduction of these two tests, Chronimed now offers 14 different reagent strip configurations.
Nasdaq: CHMD), today said that it again plans to suspend all shipments of the Quick Check Reagent Strip in the United States.
15) Various studies have confirmed the performance of the reagent strip and shown that the number of false-positive and false-negative protein test results was significantly reduced by using the ratio.
The shortfall in Quick Check sales was due to a voluntary shipment hold by our reagent strip supplier pending final and conclusive results of an FDA standards test on the product.
In contrast, reagent strips measure ionic strength and are not affected by protein, glucose, or contrast agents.