Abingdon Simply Test – UTI conveniently detects multiple indicators for Urinary Tract Infections (UTIs) in minutes at home.
- Screen for up to 4 UTI-markers: Blood, Protein, Nitrite and Leukocytes (white blood cells)
- Helps with early detection and avoiding complications
- Accurate results in a few minutes
Pack Size: 1 Test
Product Code: FG-FD51698
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Untreated UTIs can cause complications in the urinary tract. Detect up to 4 UTI markers in 2 minutes.
What is detected?
The test detects 4 markers for urinary tract infections: Blood, Protein, Nitrite and Leukocytes (white blood cells).
Simple To Use
Each pack contains instructions on when and how to test, all in the convenience of your own home.
The test is CE marked, registered with the UK’s MHRA and has passed our 10-point check.
Abingdon Simply Test – UTI
Abingdon Simply Test – UTI is a convenient and easy-to-use non-invasive self-test for detecting urinary tract infections (UTIs) located in the urethra, bladder, ureter (the tube between the bladder and kidneys), and kidneys.
This UTI urine dipstick helps you check for the presence of blood, protein, nitrite, and leukocytes (white blood cells) in urine, all indicators of a possible urinary tract infection. Results are produced in 2 minutes at home and can be colour graded against a colour-chart provided with the kit.
Left untreated, some UTIs can spread and cause kidney complications.
Anyone who has done a dipstick urine test at the doctors will be familiar with the test. The advantage with this test is that you don’t have to leave your house to get results.
All components are provided for the test. Clear instructions guide you through the testing process.
Consult a doctor following a positive result or if you have any concerns about UTIs.
This UTI self-test is manufactured under internationally recognised quality management system, ISO 13485.
Frequently Asked Questions
What does this UTI test detect?
Abingdon Simply Test – UTI will detect 4 different markers for urinary tract infections: Blood, Protein, Nitrite and Leukocytes (white blood cells).
Why test for Blood, Protein, Nitrite and Leukocytes in urine?
Blood, protein, nitrite, and leukocytes (white blood cells) are possible signs of urinary tract infections, which can be painful and uncomfortable.
When should I test?
It is best to test urine early in the morning when markers are likely to be at their most concentrated. Avoid contamination with toilet water, cleaning products. Women only: Do not test during or within 3 days after a menstrual period.
After removing the dipstick from the urine, the 4 sections on the dipstick will change colour after 2 minutes. Compare the dipstick with the kit’s handy colour chart to see if any of the sections show a positive or negative result.
- 1 x Test Strip
- 1 x Urine Collector
- 1 x Colour Chart
- 1 x Instructions
Item Not Provided But Required
United Kingdom: Fast Delivery (1-2 days) and Standard Delivery (3-5 days).
Republic of Ireland and European Union: Standard Delivery (2 to 5 days).
Rest of the World: Standard Delivery (2 to 7 days)
Shipping notifications and applicable tracking details are provided once your order leaves our facility.
Orders taken after 3pm (UK Time) on Fridays or over the weekend will be shipped the following Monday. Our team does not work during UK public holidays. Orders will be shipped on the first working day after the public holiday.
Tests will only be shipped to countries or territories where the products are registered and approved for use. Any products not available in your country will not appear in the basket or at checkout.
About Urinary Tract Infections
Urinary tract infections (UTIs) occur when bacteria enter the urethra (the tube that takes urine out of the body). If left untreated, UTIs can spread from the lower urinary tract to the upper urinary tract causing issues for the kidneys, such as reduced function. In some cases it can lead to more serious conditions such as sepsis.
UTI Causes and Risk Factors: Holding your pee, kidney stones, diabetes, sexual activity, using a bladder or urinary catheter. For Women: pregnancy, menopause, spermicides, or a diaphragm. For men: being over 50 or enlarged prostate. Children: poor hygiene, urinary tract abnormalities, being uncircumcised.
Symptoms and those at risk
Symptoms: pain or a burning when you pee, a need to pee regularly during the night, cloudy, dark, or strong-smelling urine, a need to pee suddenly or more urgently, pee more often than usual, blood in urine, lower abdomen pain, back pain, a high temperature, feeling hot and shivery, a temperature below 36C.
Symptoms in children can also include: appearing unwell, babies and young children may be irritable and not eat normally or be sick.
For the elderly, frail, or people with urinary catheter, the symptoms include agitation, confusion, incontinence or shaking or shivering.
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