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hCG Early Pregnancy Test

Note: This device is CLIA waived, OTC & FDA approved.

Our Pregnancy Cassette Test is a FDA - CLIA Waived pregnancy test mostly used in the clinical environment, point of care testing. An accurate alternative to laboratory testing with results in 5 minutes not 24-48 hours as required by laboratories and is one of the most accurate pregnancy test available. The pregnancy cassette tests work by detecting hCG, a hormone released by the fertilized egg. This hormone increases significantly in a woman's body after conceiving and out test will detected at levels of 20 mIU/ml. A cost factor that is kind to your budget, pricing is competitive and our approach makes hCG pregnancy cassette test one of the most low cost effective product in the market. A durable choice for hCG Pregnancy Cassette Test has a full 16-24 month shelf life which provides greater flexibility to your pregnancy testing program

Interpret Pregnancy Test Results

PregCheck positive pregnancy test results

Positive: At 5 minutes, two pink colored bands appear, one in the Control region (C) and one in the Result region (R), indicate a positive result and that the specimen contains hCG level of 20 mIU/ml or greater.


PregCheck negative pregnancy test result

Negative: At 5 minutes, only one pink colored band appears in the Control region (C) indicating a negative result and that the specimen contains hCG level of less than 20 mIU/ml.


PregCheck invalid result image

Invalid: At 5 minutes, if no bands appear, or a Result (R) band appears without a Control (C) band, the result is invalid and the test should be repeated using a new device.


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hCG Pregnancy Test INTENDED USE

For the rapid determination of human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) in human urine. This test kit is for professional use in obtaining a visual qualitative result for the detection of pregnancy.

INTRODUCTION

Human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) is a glycoprotein hormone secreted by the developing placenta shortly after fertilization. From the onset of pregnancy hCG concentrations in a woman’s serum and urine increase rapidly making the hormone a good marker for pregnancy testing. Seven to ten days after conception the hCG concentration reaches 20 mIU/ml and then increases steadily to reach its maximum between the eighth and eleventh week of pregnancy.1,2,3
The One-Step Early Pregnancy Test is a qualitative, sandwich dye conjugate immunoassay for the determination of human hCG in urine.4,5 The method employs a combination of monoclonal and polyclonal antibodies to selectively identify hCG in test samples with a high degree of sensitivity. In less than 5 minutes, elevated levels of HCG equal to or greater than 20 mIU/mL can be detected.