Rapid Test Complete – Urinalysis Test Strips 100ct UTI and pH Strips



  • 14 Tests
  • 100 Strips

Urinalysis Reagent Strips comes with 14 Test parameters and 100 Strips allowing you to check your urine for Calcium (Kidneys, Heart, & Thyroid), Glucose (Sugar Levels), Protein (Kidney Health), pH (Acidity & Alkalinity), Leukocytes (UTI or Kidney Infection), Nitrites (Urinary Tract Infection), Ketones ( Ketogenic Diet, Keto, Ketone, Ketosis ), Bilirubin (Liver & Gallbladder Health), Blood in your Urine (Kidney Stones), Urobilinogen (Liver Health), Micro albumin (Kidney Damage), Creatinine (Kidney Health), Ascorbate (Vitamin C), & Specific Gravity (UTI & Kidney Health).

★★★★★    Charlene T. – Verified Buyer 
Peace of Mind – Recently ordered Rapid Test Urinalysis Strips. They are easy to use and your results come up in one minute. What could be easier!”

  • FDA Approved
  • 100 Test Strips
  • 14 Tests Per Strip
  • Easy At-Home Testing
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Urinalysis Reagent Strips comes with 14 parameters and 100 Strips allowing you to check your urine for Calcium, Glucose, Protein pH, Leukocytes, Nitrites, Ketones ( Ketogenic Diet, Keto, Ketone, Ketosis ), Bilirubin, Blood, Urobilinogen Microalbumin, Creatinine, Ascorbate (Vitamin C) & Specific Gravity.
UTI Test & Urinary Tract Infection Test, Liver Function Test, pH Test, Protein and Kidney Function Test, Test for Blood in the Urine ( Indicator of Kidney Stones, Kidney Stone Test ), GFR & Glomerular Filtration Rate Test, Diabetes Test, Liver & Gallbladder Test, Sugar and Glucose Test.
Just dip the test into urine and read results. Compare the color change of the reagent pads to the corresponding color chart on the bottle label. Under each test name is a time (I.e. 60s, 120s) that determines the time you should read the test at.
Product is very accurate in helping diagnose early, before wasting a trip to the doctor. Monitor your health from the convenience of the home!


  1. Remove one strip and hold the non-colored end.
  2. Place colored end of strip into urine mid-stream or into a sample cup for 1-2 sec.
  3. Shake off excess urine and wait 30-60 seconds for color changing. (Depending on the test you are looking at)
  4. Compare the test strip results to the color chart.

Dip the test strip into urine or Urinate directly on the strip and read the results. Compare the color change of the reagent pads to the corresponding color chart on the bottle label. Make sure to read the test once the proper time has passed so you don’t get an improper reading.

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Urobilinogen – Liver Health
Bilirubin – Liver & Gallbladder Test
Ketones – Glucose & Body Fat Burning
Creatinine – Kidney Health Test
Blood in Urine – Kidney Stones and UTI’s (Kidney Stone Test)
Protein – Kidney Health
Micro Albumin – Kidney Damage
Nitrites – UTI & Urinary Tract Infection Test
Leukocytes – UTI & Urinary Tract Infection Test
Glucose – Sugar & Glucose Levels
Specific Gravity – Kidney Filtration & Dehydration
pH Test – Acidity and Alkalinity
Ascorbate (Vitamin C) – Vitamin C & Interferent with Urine Chemistry
Calcium – Kidney Health & Stones

Tests for 14 Indicators

  • Urobilinogen
    Urobilinogen is formed from the reduction of bilirubin. Bilirubin is a yellowish substance found in your liver that helps break down red blood cells. Normal urine contains some urobilinogen. If there is little or no urobilinogen in urine, it can mean your liver isn't working correctly. This home liver test can give you insight into the function of your liver.
  • Bilirubin
    Bilirubin is a product of red blood cell breakdown. Normally, bilirubin is carried in the blood and passes into your liver, where it's removed and becomes part of bile. This at home test for Bilirubin in your urine may indicate fatty liver, liver damage, disease, or evidence of infection.
  • Ketones
    If your cells don't get enough glucose, your body burns fat for energy instead. This produces a substance called ketones, which can show up in your blood and urine. High ketone levels in urine may indicate diabetic ketoacidosis (DKA), a complication of diabetes that can lead to some serious health issues.
  • Creatinine
    Creatinine is a waste product produced by muscles from the breakdown of a compound called creatine. Creatinine is removed from the body by the kidneys, which filter almost all of it from the blood and release it into the urine. This at home kidney function test measures the amount of creatinine in the blood and/or urine.
  • Blood in Urine
    This is your Kidney Stone Test and also a Bladder Stone Test. Your kidneys or other parts of your Urinary Tract can sometimes allow blood cells to leak into urine. Various problems can cause this leakage, including: Kidney Stones & Urinary tract infections. These occur when bacteria enter your body through the urethra and multiply in your bladder. This also is a test for kidney stones that is most often an indicator of Kidney Stones and if stones are forming.
  • Protein
    When you have protein in your urine, it is called proteinuria (or albuminuria). Having protein in your urine can be a sign of nephrotic syndrome, or an early sign of bad kidney health or kidney disease. Anyone can have protein in their urine.
  • Micro Albumin
    A urine micro albumin test is a test to detect very small levels of a blood protein (albumin) in your urine. A microalbumin or Kidney Urinalysis Test is used to detect early signs of kidney damage in people who are at risk of developing kidney disease.
  • Nitrites
    Normal urine contains nitrates. If bacteria enter the urinary tract, nitrates can turn into different, similarly named chemicals called nitrites. Nitrites in urine may be a sign of a UTI or urinary tract infection.
  • Leukocytes
    If you test your urine and find too many leukocytes, it could be a sign of a Urinary Tract Infection. Leukocytes are white blood cells that help your body fight germs. When you have more of these than usual in your urine, it's often a sign of a problem somewhere in your urinary tract.
  • Glucose Test
    The normal amount of glucose in urine is 0 to 0.8 mmol/L (millimoles per liter). A higher measurement could be a sign of a health problem. Diabetes is the most common cause of elevated glucose levels. If you have high glucose levels, your should see the doctor so they can perform a simple blood test to confirm the diagnosis.
  • Specific Gravity
    Specific Gravity is a reflection of how well the kidneys are filtering, or the GFR (Glomerular Filtration Rate). Ideally, urine specific gravity results will fall between 1.002 and 1.030 if your kidneys are functioning normally. Specific gravity results above 1.010 can indicate mild dehydration. The higher the number, the more dehydrated you may be.
  • pH Test
    A determinate of the acidic or alkaline state of the urine. A neutral pH is 7.0. The higher the number, the more basic (alkaline) it is. The lower the number, the more acidic your urine is. The average urine sample tests at about 6.0.
  • Ascorbate ( Vitamin C )
    Ascorbic acid, otherwise known as vitamin C, can be found in various foods and supplements. It is also a common interferent with urine chemistry reagent pads. When a urine sample has high levels of ascorbic acid, the reagent pads for blood, glucose, nitrite, and bilirubin may not react properly.
  • Calcium
    If urine calcium levels are too high or too low, it may mean you have a medical condition, such as kidney disease or kidney stones. Kidney stones are hard, pebble-like substances that can form in one or both kidneys when calcium or other minerals build up in the urine. Most kidney stones are formed from calcium.

Clinic Quality Testing - At Home

This Urinalysis Reagent Test is an easy to use test for the detection of key chemical markers in human urine. They are the same test strips used routinely by doctors, laboratories, and health care professionals in preliminary diagnosis of, and initial screening for potential health problems. This is an over the counter at-home test. So, if you are having any major concerns, a professional health specialist or doctor is always a good option.

★★★★★    Craig P. – Verified Buyer 
Best and most affordable – I work in healthcare and have used many different brands/products for urine dip testing. This is the most complete range of tests and is offered at a very reasonable price with shipping. Shipped and received quickly!”

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