URS 1G- Glucose Screening Tests
(100 Strips per Bottle)
URS 1G - Glucose Screening Test. Urinalysis test strip for detection and screening of Glucose in urine. FDA-Cleared, CLIA Waived, Over-the-Counter approved for home use. (FDA 510K#: K020175)
Discount pricing available for purchases of 10 or more!
Urinalysis Test for the Detection of Glucose in Urine:
Urine test strips are used to monitor urine specimens for various biochemicals and their connection to certain diseases. All urine test strips yield clear and accurate results in less than 30 seconds. Results can be interpreted using visual comparison of the reagent pads to the color chart or other compatible automated Urinalysis equipment or with a Uritek Strip Reader.
Procedure and Use:
Reading the results:
Each vial of urinalysis reagent strips includes a color-coded chart. The reactive color of each panel on the test strip is compared to the closest corresponding color on the result chart. The concentration level range for each chemical marker is indicated below each color block on the result chart. As with all tests dealing with color intensity or color matching, it is often recommended to obtain another person's interpretation of the test result. Shown above (for illustration purposes only) is the color result chart for the URS-10, ten parameter test strip. Each of the ten reactive reagent pads on the test strip are compared to the corresponding line of color blocks on the chart. For the single and multi-urine test strips the color chart is adjusted accordingly. For each parameter the closest color match indicates the test result. Use of reagent strips are intended as an initial indication only of elevated chemical markers and not conclusive of a specific diagnosis. Further testing and consultation with a healthcare professional is necessary to confirm the presence of specific disease or health conditions.
CPT Code*: 81003QW - Urinalysis auto without scope
National Average Reimbursement 2019: $2.49
*All CPT codes are supplied for information purposes only and represent no statement; promise or guarantee by CLIAwaived Inc. that these codes will be appropriate or that reimbursement will be made. It is the responsibility of the service provider to confirm the appropriate coding required by their local Medicare carriers, fiscal intermediaries and commercial payors.