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Two pee test strips, or dipsticks, showing the colored test pad areas, resting on the lid of an open urine test strip container. Usually the instructions supplied with the urinalysis test strip product will suggest dipping the entire dipstick into the urine sample for 1 or 2 seconds and then comparing the results. The third part of urinalysis is the dipstick test, which uses a thin plastic strip treated with chemicals. Its dipped into your urine, and the chemicals on the stick react and change color if. What is urine test strip chemical analysis? Urine test strip is a narrow plastic strip which has several squares of different colors attached to it. Each small square represents a component of the test used to interpret urinalysis. Remove one reagent strip from the bottle and immediately replace the container cap, minimizing the exposure of the remaining test strips to light and air. Completely immerse the reagent pads of the strip in the urine sample and then remove immediately to avoid dissolving out the reagent pads. The mission u120 urine analyzer is a great tool to use with the mission urinalysis reagent strips. The analyzer has the capability of running up to 120 tests per hour and to save and recall 2,000 results. The mission u120 urine analyzer simplifies testing and while providing accurate results. The analyzer is 510(k) cleared and clia waived for use with the mission urinalysis reagent. for urine dipstick analysis all samples should be midstream and collected in a clean sterile container. The dipstick test is a widely used screening tool for albuminuria, as a marker for chronic kidney disease, but the albumin. A urine test strip using a dipstick is one of the commonly used methods of checking the chemical components of urine. The whole strip is dipped in the urine sample and you have to watch out for changes in colors of each square.