For the quantitative detection of elevated uric acid levels as well as uric acid metabolism disorders.
Biomedical screening and long-term follow-up checks of uric acid concentration in the blood circulation are important to detect the asymptomatic hyperuricemia and to prevent the risk of developing renal disease as a result of hyperuricemia. This is also associated with primary gout and attributable to the cause of secondary gout.
This was the first hand-held, self-monitoring, blood uric acid meter on the market.
The meter is simple and easy to use, and is intended both for healthcare professionals or individuals at home, and has:
A 'Quick Guide' can be downloaded here.