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Home Prostate Test

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Home Prostate Test / Tester. Checks the level of the Prostate Specific Antigen – PSA – in blood to verify a prostatic physiological alteration.

INTENDED FOR
Men from 45 to 75 years old.

WHY SHOULD I PERFORM THE TEST?
The PSA level in blood gives an indication of the physiological condition of the prostate. Values above the norm may show a hypertrophy of the prostate. Size variation could be benign – due to a soft inflammation, for example – but it could also have malign causes.

Checking the normality of the PSA value is a very good tool for verifying prostate health status and eventually taking the required preventive actions. In case of cancer, early detection and prevention can be life saving.

HOW DOES IT WORK?
The test is based on an immunochromatographic reaction correlated to the reference laboratory test (EIA). The cut-off is calibrated at 4 ng/ml according to the international standard.

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1) The sample is a blood drop taken with the painless sterile lancet contained in the box.

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2) Obtain a big drop of blood by squeezing the finger.

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3) Put the drop of blood on the indicated point on the device.

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4) Add the diluent, wait for 10 minutes and read the result.

CONTENT
1 device for the test, 1 pipette and desiccant, 1 dropper vial containing 1 ml of diluent, 1 painless sterile lancet for blood sampling, instructions for use.

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  1. 5 out of 5 PSA test kit

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    Very easy to use and of course very reassuring will do it every year.

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  2. 5 out of 5 Great kit - easy to use!

    The kit arrived quickly and the instructions on how to use it were easy to follow. Recommended.

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