• SKU: BAY2083
Qty Price Ea.
1 - 3 $120.00
4 - 20 $106.80
21 - 50 $105.60
51 + $103.20
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A dip-and-read urinalysis product available for the CLINITEK® 50 and CLINITEK Status® Analyzers

CLINITEK® Microalbumin Strips provide albumin, creatinine and albumin-to-creatinine ratio results in one minute. The CLINITEK® Microalbumin product is useful to test for microalbuminuria in patients with diabetes or hypertension in order to detect early kidney disease.

CLINITEK® Microalbumin Reagent Strips - Features & Benefits

Clinitek® Microalbumin Reagent Strips make it simple and easy to test patients with diabetes. Because testing for microalbuminuria can detect kidney disease in its early stages, physicians may begin intervention earlier than might otherwise have been possible. Clinitek Microalbumin Reagent Strips permit detection of elevated albumin sooner, more sensitively and more specifically than products designed for general protein testing.

The American Diabetes Association has stated that "Annual testing for microalbuminuria will allow identification of patients with nephropathy at a point very early in its course."

The Clinitek Microalbumin Reagent Strips provide semi-quantitative results with a hard-copy report on the Clinitek® 50 or Clinitek Status® Analyzer, making them ideal for point-of-care testing. Patient samples can be tested immediately during a physician visit, rather than sending them out and waiting for results. The strips are also convenient for testing random urine samples, eliminating the need to collect a timed sample.

The Clinitek Microalbumin Reagent Strips are for use on the Clinitek 50 and Clinitek Status Analyzers.

-Order No. BAY2083

-Qty: Bottle of 25 Strips

-Reimbursement:

--82044QW*  ($6.68)  Semi-quantitative measurement of microablumin and creatinine in urine for the detection of patients at risk for developing kidney damage


--82044QW*  ($6.68)  Semi-quantitative measurement of microablumin and creatinine in urine for the detection of patients at risk for developing kidney damage


* It is always the healthcare professional's responsibility to establish codes and reimbursement amounts.

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