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VISUAL CHOLESTEROL
STRIP FOR SEMI-QUANTITATIVE DETERMINATION OF CHOLESTEROL IN THE BLOOD

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VISUAL CHOLESTEROL
STRIP FOR SEMI-QUANTITATIVE DETERMINATION OF CHOLESTEROL IN THE BLOOD

INTERPRETATION OF RESULTS

VISUAL CHOLESTEROL
STRIP FOR SEMI-QUANTITATIVE DETERMINATION OF CHOLESTEROL IN THE BLOOD

Since the test result is a semi-quantitative evaluation involving colour, shade and intensity, it is useful the opinion of a second person on final result. It is important to perform the color comparison within next 25 seconds, otherwise the colour will going to be lighter and the evaluated concentration will be lower than the real one. Each colour area corresponds to a cholesterol value.
Lightest colour is cholesterol 130 mg/dl. A reactive strip with a colour lighter than 130 mg/dl has to be considerate as a cholesterol level lower than 130 mg/dl. A reactive strip with a colour darker than 350+ mg/dl has to be considerate as a cholesterol level higher than 350 mg/dl.
Normal and abnormal values (according to the latest criteria)
Less than < 200 mg/dL = Desirable Blood Cholesterol
200 to 239 mg/dL= Borderline High Blood Cholesterol
Greater than >> 240 mg/dL and above = High Blood Cholesterol
Important! All results higher than 200 mg/dl have to be repeated with a laboratory quantitative method before to make a hypercholesterolemia diagnosis.

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VISUAL CHOLESTEROL
STRIP FOR SEMI-QUANTITATIVE DETERMINATION OF CHOLESTEROL IN THE BLOOD

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