One Step HCG Urine Pregnancy Tests are used for detecting hCG (Human Chorionic Gonadotropin) in urine specimens for early detection of pregnancy. This hormone can be detected in urine of pregnant women as early as 6 to 15 days after conception. These early pregnancy tests are designed to screen very low hCG concentrations in this initial hCG development stage. They have a sensitivity of 20mIU/mL (International Standard Value). The test line is very responsive in the range of 10-50 mIU producing a line directly proportional to concentration of hCG in urine.
These tests should be stored in a dry environment ranging from 2 to 30 degrees Celsius.
The pregnancy tests are manufactured in ISO 9001 facility and posses Health Canada, US FDA 510k, and European CE Standards. The pregnancy test performance has earned an international reputation for quality and reliability, and are distributed in over 70 countries worldwide
Pregnancy Test Strip - very economical and easy to use. This type of Dip and Read test is designed for rapid qualitative diagnosis of hCG pregnancy hormone in urine. It is used all over the world, whether it is in professional setting or for home pregnancy testing. Simply dip the strip into a urine specimen and allow 5 minutes for development of results - control line (negative pregnancy test results) or control and test line (positive pregnancy test results). The pregnancy test strip comes individually packaged in a foil pouch with desiccant for moisture protection. The test pouch also has brief instructions and picture interpretations of the results.
Pregnancy Test Midstream - is commonly used for home pregnancy testing, or you can keep it with you on the go. You can apply the pregnancy midstream directly into the urine stream so there is no need for urine collection. The hCG midstream has a removable cap for protective purposes - as well as the plastic window over the testing region. The pregnancy midstream test comes individually packaged in a foil pouch with desiccant for moisture protection. These types of pregnancy testing formats are sold in drugstores and pharmacies usually under different brand names.