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vChem™ Urine Chemistry Strips

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Visual results are clearly better with easy-to-use vChem Urine Chemistry Strips. Feature for feature, vChem Strips add up to value, accuracy and convenience. Exactly what you would expect from the leader in total urinalysis solutions.

See how vChem measures up to your needs:

•    Highly Specific Results provide excellent discrimination between cutoff levels for each chemistry concentration
•    Rapid Turnaround Time delivers results in 2 minutes or less so patients can be tested and treated in one office visit
•    Increased Accuracy in results interpretation is achieved through easy-to-read, flat laminated color comparison chart
•    Easier Results Recording is possible through coordinated reporting between test results pad and color chart
•    Ascorbic Acid Confirmation gives you greater confidence in detecting Vitamin C interference

Product vChem™ Urine Chemistry Strips
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Iris Diagnostics
IRIS Diagnostics 9158 Eton Avenue, Chatsworth, CA 91311-5874 U.S.A

Tel: (877) 920-4747
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Email: support@proiris.com



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