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TEST. Something by which to ascertain the truth respecting another thing. 7 Penn. St. Rep. 428; 6 Whart. 284. Vide Religious Test.

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Test Strip Market Insights and Overview By Application, End User, Regional Outlook, Size, Share, Business Opportunities Dynamics and Top Vendors, Forecast to 2023
The latest strategy to come to the suburbs is the issuance of fentanyl test strips so users can determine whether the drugs they plan to take contain the powerful painkilling substance, which is 30 to 50 times stronger than heroin.
Based on the reaction between the dithizone and [Hg.sup.2+] in the trichloromethane under strongly acidic conditions, the paper-based test strip for determining the concentration of [Hg.sup.2+] in aqueous solutions could be developed.
"Some meters also relay the results in audio mode for those who are visually impaired." Think about your manual dexterity too--if you have arthritis in your hands, you may need a larger model with bigger controls that also utilizes larger test strips or a cartridge of test strips instead of strips you need to load individually." A lancing device that uses a pre-loaded drum of needles also may be easier for you.
Among the patients with the negative finding of proteinuria on the test strip and with the positive SSA test there is a significantly higher number of those with pathological findings of erythrocytes in the urine when compared to those of the same group with negative SSA test, in the form of an increased number of fresh erythrocytes and/or the presence of dysmorphic erythrocytes, as well as the isolated presence of dysmorphic erythrocytes (p <0.05) (Graph 1).
Reduction in volume of test strip dispensing and associated cost savings from implementing each of the scenarios described above was calculated by restricting the number of test strips and prescriptions allowed for each patient within each calendar year of the study period according to their diabetes therapy group.
The new cTnI test is based on the specific immunechemical reactions between antigen and antibody on immunochromatographic test strips using AuNPs.
Its built-in flash provides uniform, diffused light to illuminate the test strip that fits into the smartCARD reader.
NIR dyes offer easy antibody conjugation and avoid the issues of the visual range such as background from test strip materials and biological fluids.
'If your meter takes longer than five seconds to start the countdown that test strip is defective and the result should not be used,' said the official.
These include checking the amount of time it takes for the blood glucose meter to start the "countdown" after the application of blood to the test strip.