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CLOtest Rapid Urease Test

Description:... KIMBERLY-CLARK clotest Rapid Urease Test is recognized by medical profess...se of its accuracy, convenience and affordability. clotest was developed by Barry Marshall, MD. who, along wi...ation between H. pylori and gastric ulcers. Today, clotest has become the most widely used rapid urease test ...
Company:Kimberly-Clark/Ballard Medical Products
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Tri-Med, the Helicobacter pylori specialists.

Specialists in the supply of Therapeutic drugs and Diagnostic tests ... The CLOtest® is a Rapid Urease Test used in the detection of Helicobacter pylori ...

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Fourteen samples were both CLOtest positive (13.3%) and positive by our ... In general, CLOtest and histology showed the best correlation and proved to be ...

CLOtest Log

2. A positive CLOtest is indicated by a change in the gel color from yellow to magenta. ... CLOtest Kit Lot No: _ Exp Date: _CLOtest kit INFO MUST BE. FILLED ...

POCT COMPETENCY: URINE CLINITEST

After insertion of specimen, CLOtest must remain at temperatures between 30-40 celsius. ... yellow at 24 hours, A UREASE TABLET is inserted to the CLOtest card. ...

CMC: CLOtest, revised 08/21/2008

CLOtest. Alternate Name: Campylobacter Like Organism Test -Gastric Biopsy. Includes: ... CLOTEST gel slide. Temperature: Room temperature, transport to lab ...
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