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DFI Co., Ltd.
[Korea]

Address
388-25, Gomo-ro, Jillye-myeon, Gimhae-si, Gyeongsangnam-do
Phone
82-55-3461882
Contact name
Demian Lee

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  • Place of Origin: Korea

Description

Blood Monitoring test system : Qucare® Pro Meter and Strips

  • Measuring the quantitative determination of blood parameters: Blood Urea Nitrogen (BUN), Creatinine, ALT, AST, Hemoglobin (Hb), Total Cholesterol (TC), Triglycerides (TG), High-Density Lipoprotein cholesterol (HDL), Blood Glucose (BG), BHB, Blood Uric Acid (BUA) and Lactate.
  • For professional use only.
 
Qucare® Pro Meter
 
  • Instrument Specification
Type Reflectance Photometer
Size 130*68*23 mm
weight 120g (Including internal Recharge battery)
Battery Operation Internal Rechargeable Battery
(3.7V 1,00 mAh Lithium polymer Battery)
Battery Life Up to 500 tests / 1time full-recharge
Display LCD
Memory 1,000 results
Interface By Mini USB Port
Operation Condition 18-30℃, 30-50% RH
Storage Condition 2-30℃, 10-80% RH
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 



 
  • Ordering information
Product name REF No. Available Test
Qucare® Pro General 10
  1.  
BUN, CRE, ALT, AST, Hb, TC, TG HDL, BG, BUA
Qucare® Pro General 6
  1.  
BUN, CRE, Hb, TC, BG, BUA
Qucare® Pro General 4
  1.  
Hb, TC, BG, BHB
Qucare® Pro Kidney Check
  1.  
BUN, CRE
Qucare® Pro Liver Check
  1.  
ALT, AST
Qucare® Pro Lactate
  1.  
  •  
 
 
  • Components
1 Qucare® Pro Meter, 1 lancing device, 10 lancets, 1 charging cable, manual,
Carrying pouch, Check Strip
 
 
 
 
 
 
Qucare® Pro Test Strip
 
Product name REF No. Test Measuirng Range Specimen Measuring Time Sample Volume
Blood Urea Nitrogen test strip 6152 Blood Urea Nitrogen (BUN) 5-140 mg/dL WB / Serum / Plasma 2 min 7ul
Creatinine test strip 6162 Creatinine (CRE) 0.2-10.0 mg/dL WB / Serum / Plasma 5 min 7ul
ALT tet strip 6172 ALT 10-400 U/L WB / Serum / Plasma 5 min 15ul
AST test strip 6182 AST 10-400 U/L WB / Serum / Plasma 5 min 15ul
Hb test strip 6192 Hemoglobin (Hb) 5.0-23.0 g/dL Whole Blood 30 sec 7ul
Total Cholesterol test strip 61A2 Total Cholesterol (TC) 100-450 mg/dL WB / Serum / Plasma 2 min 7ul
Triglyceride test strip 61B2 Triglyceride (TG) 45-650 mg/dL WB / Serum / Plasma 2 min 7ul
HDL test strip 61C2 HDL Cholesterol 25-100 mg/dL WB / Serum / Plasma 2 min 7ul
Blood Glucose test strip 6112 Blood Glucose (BG) 20-450 mg/dL Whole Blood / Serum 30 sec 7ul
β-ketone test strip 6122 β-ketone (BHB) 0.0-8.0 mmol/L WB / Serum / Plasma 1 min 7ul
Blood Uric Acid test strip 6132 Blood Uric Acid (BUA) 2.0-20.0 mg/dL WB / Serum / Plasma 2 min 7ul
Lactate test strip 6142 Lactate 0.8-22.0 mmol/L WB / Serum / Plasma 1 min 7ul
 
  • Components
1 bottle with 10 test strips, 10 capillary tubes, insert
 
  • Blood Urea Nitrogen (BUN)
The blood urea nitrogen test is primarily used to evaluate kidney function in a wide range of circumstances, to help diagnose kidney disease, and to monitor people with acute or chronic kidney dysfunction or failure.
Increased BUN levels suggest impaired kidney function. This may be due to acute or chronickidney disease, damage, or failure. It may also be due to a condition that results in decreased blood flow to the kidneys, such as congestive heart failure, shock, stress, recent heart attack, or severe burns, to conditions that cause obstruction of urine flow, or to dehydration.
BUN concentrations may be elevated when there is excessive protein breakdown (catabolism), significantly increased protein in the diet, or gastrointestinal bleeding (because of the proteins present in the blood).
 
  • Creatinine
The creatinine test is used to assess kidney function.
Creatinine is a waste product produced by muscles from the breakdown of a compound called creatinine. Almost creatinine is filtered from the blood by the kidneys and released into the urine, so blood levels are usually a good indicator of how well the kidneys are working.
Increased creatinine levels in the blood suggest kidney disease or other conditions that affect kidney function. These can include:
  • Damage to or swelling of blood vessels in the kidneys (glomerulonephritis) caused by, for example, infection or autoimmune diseases
  • Bacterial infection of the kidneys (pyelonephritis)
  • Death of cells in the kidneys' small tubes (acute tubular necrosis) caused by, for example, drugs or toxins
  • Prostate disease, kidney stone, or other causes of urinary tract obstruction
  • Reduced blood flow to the kidney due to shock, dehydration, congestive heart failure, atherosclerosis, or complications of diabetes
 
  • Alanine aminotransferase (ALT)
Alanine aminotransferase belongs to the group of transaminases which catalyze the conversion of amino acids to the corresponding α-keto acids and vice versa by transfer of amino groups. Although the highest concentrations of alanine aminotransferase occur in the liver, smaller activities are found in the kidneys, heart, skeletal muscle, pancreas, spleen and lung tissue. Elevated transaminase levels can indicate myocardial infarction, hepatic disease, muscular dystrophy and organ damage. However, increased serum activities of ALT are largely specific for liver parenchymal disease whereas AST is not a liver-specific enzyme.
 
  • Aspartate aminotransferase (AST)
Aspartate aminotransferase belongs to the group of transaminases which catalyze the conversion of amino acids to the corresponding a-keto acids and vice versa by transfer of amino groups. Aspartate aminotransferase is found in many tissues of the body. Although high concentrations are present in the myocardium, significant activities also occur in the brain, the liver, the gastrointestinal system, the fatty tissue, the skeletal muscle and the kidneys.
AST is present both in the cytoplasm and in the mitochondria of the cells. After less severe cell damage the majority of the AST comes from the cytoplasm and only a small fraction from the mitochondria. Severe damage releases more mitochondrial enzyme. Elevated levels of transaminases can indicate myocardial infarction, liver disease, muscular dystrophy and organ damage.
 
  • Hemoglobin
Hemoglobin is the main component of red blood cells whose main function is to transport oxygen. The determination of hemoglobin concentration in whole blood is useful in the clinical diagnosis of diseased such as anemia and polycythemia.
 
  • Total Cholesterol (TC)
Cholesterol is an integral component of cell membranes and also acts as a precursor of steroid hormones.
 
  • Triglyceride (TG)
Triglycerides are also fatty substances found in bloodstream coming from food and liver.                                       
 
  • High-Density Lipoprotein (HDL)
HDL-cholesterol, of High Density Lipoprotein cholesterol is called “Good Cholesterol”.
 
  • Blood Glucose
This test strip is designed to quickly distinguish between hyperglycemias(excess blood sugar) and hypoglycaemia and hypoglycaemia(low blood sugar) and to determine the extent of a hyperglycaemic or hypoglycaemic  state. The test strp is not a replacement for regular professional diabetes management. Always consult your doctor if you believe you may be suffering from a health problem.Consult your doctor or medical specialist before making any decisions regarding medical treatment based on the blood sugar test result.
 
  • ß-Ketone (BHB)
In humans, D-3-hydroxybutyrate is synthesized in the liver from acetoacetate, the first ketone produced in the fasting state.
ß-ketone(Beta-hydroxybutyric acid) is able to cross the blood-brain-barrier into the central nervous system.
ß-ketone(Beta-hydroxybutyric acid)’s concentration, as with other ketone bodies, is raised in Ketosis.
Diabetic patients can have their ketone level tested via urine and blood to indicate diabetic ketoacidosis.
 
  • Blood Uric Acid
In humans, purines break down into xanthine and hypoxanthine, and then xanthine oxidase transforms these compounds into uric acid.
Most uric acid is dissolved in the blood, filtered through the kidneys, and expelled in the urine. Sometimes, the body produces too much uric acid or doesn’t filter out enough of it. Hyperuricemia is the name of the disorder that occurs when you have too much uric acid in your body.
An increased uric acid level in the blood can be associated with gout and can cause the formation of renal stones.
 
  • Lactate
Blood lactate concentration is one of the most often measured parameters during physical exercise testing as well as during performance testing of athletes and the measurement of blood lactate has long been used as marker of exercise intensity and training status.
Also, the lactate test is primarily ordered to help determine if someone has lactic acidosis, a level of lactate that is high enough to disrupt a person's acid-base (ph) balance.
Lactic acidosis is most commonly caused by an inadequate amount of oxygen in cells and tissues (hypoxia). If someone has a condition that may lead to a decreased amount of oxygen delivered to cells and tissues, such as shock or congestive heart failure, this test can be used to help detect and evaluate the severity of hypoxia and lactic acidosis. It may be ordered along with blood gases to evaluate a person's acid/base balance and oxygenation.
 
 


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