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You are looking for equipment to perform blood tests in your laboratory, clinic or office. The DocCheck store has what you need. We propose on the DocCheck store a selection of articles for the blood taking, the test and the storage of the blood of your patients. Find strips, pipettes, blood tests, cuvette tests, vials, blood value measuring devices and various quick and specialized tests to detect or exclude certain diseases, pathologies and to measure certain body values.
This paragraph is intended for health professionals and should not be construed as medical advice. We do not recommend that you take a blood sample or perform a blood test without specific training or knowledge.
The two different ways to take a blood test are by venipuncture and by finger prick. To perform a finger prick, the person must first cut the fingernails of the finger in question; he or she must not wear polish or artificial nails. Various dietary restrictions may be necessary depending on the blood test; a fasting blood draw may also be recommended for some tests.
Draw blood using the ring, middle and index fingers of one hand while avoiding contact with other objects or surfaces to avoid contamination. Once the blood is drawn, a cotton swab soaked in alcohol should be placed on the wound and rubbed for a few seconds to prevent possible infection. The swab should then be disposed of properly and anything else touched with that hand should be avoided.
If a needle is used to draw blood, it must first be disinfected before being used. Draw five milliliters of blood from a vein in the arm, wrist, neck or leg (be careful not to inject the needle too deeply). Draw five milliliters of blood to make sure there will be enough. This amount will be sufficient for an eal blood test, a complete blood test, a platelet test, etc. Remove the needle and dispose of it. Next, disinfect your patient's wound.
Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water before handling any equipment or materials that may come in contact with blood. Always wear latex gloves when handling materials that may come in contact with the sample being tested, including needles, tubes, vials, or test devices. Some surfaces may be contaminated with material from samples collected from different patients. These materials may transmit infectious agents to the next sample. Rinse containers after completing tests so that particles do not contaminate additional samples.
Blood tests look at a variety of body fluids, including plasma, white blood cells, red blood cells, lymphatic fluid, pus or other secretions. Red blood cells are needed to carry oxygen through the body; white blood cells help fight infection. Plasma carries nutrients that promote cell growth and repair damaged tissue. The human body has a natural ability to heal small cuts on the skin, but when exposed to a number of substances (bacteria in an infected wound), chemical irritants (chemicals in hair dyes) or environmental factors (exposure to radiation), it can be exposed to disease.
After the blood is drawn, the collected sample is used to examine certain medical markers of an individual to determine their current health status and any conditions that may be present in the body. They can also be used to detect abnormal cells or chemicals in the body, which may be a sign of a disease such as cancer or heart problems, and to make predictions about a person's future health and risk of developing certain diseases such as cancer, heart disease, diabetes, Alzheimer's disease, etc.
Find on our online store tests to measure the hemoglobin, cholesterol, lactate, myoglobin, PSA or vitamin D levels of your patients. You will find tests for diseases such as tuberculosis or thyroid to be able to exclude pathologies such as pulmonary embolism or syphilis, for example with the möLab syphilis test. In addition, you will have the possibility to measure markers such as triglycerides, blood coagulation values, blood troponin (in case of myocardial infarction) and troponin T. In addition, you will also be able to determine more specific markers such as CK-BM content, NT-proBNP level, D-dimer level. We also offer blood tests, pregnancy blood tests and syphilis tests.
One of the most common alternatives to laboratory blood tests is, in case of concrete suspicions, the blood test with test strips. A quick blood test can clarify concrete cases of suspicion immediately. The result of the measurement can be read directly from the blood test strip. Whether it's cholesterol or blood sugar: in our store you will find the right test strip for the desired examination and can order the blood test immediately online.
The advantages of rapid blood tests are also obvious: fast and reliable results that are easy to read and simple handling that allows each patient to perform the blood test himself. Rapid blood tests are very cost-effective compared to the cost of a full blood test or a small laboratory blood test. Unlike rapid test strips, it is often possible to obtain more information or to read concrete diagnoses. Whether it is a rapid thrombosis test or a syphilis test, you will find the right rapid blood test for your examination in our store.
The cuvette test is a blood test method in which a solution of blood and reagent liquid is created in cuvettes, whose photometric properties are measured with a photometer. Of course, you will find the appropriate items for this type of blood test in our store. You will find a large selection of cell sets and the corresponding reagents to prepare the desired solution.
Portable rapid blood tests and blood test strips are not the only alternatives to external laboratory tests. Blood measuring devices and blood analyzers for the automatic evaluation of test strips and cuvettes are nowadays also part of the basic equipment in the daily routine of clinics and medical practices. That is why you will find the right blood measuring device for the evaluation of your cuvette tests or blood test strips on our website. You can order the blood analyzer you are looking for online at DocCheck Shop - we deliver blood analyzers from renowned manufacturers such as Roche, HemoCue or MicroPoint to you at fair prices, quickly and conveniently wherever you are.
Each item in the DocCheck store has been carefully described, detailed and referenced. We hope that our list is sufficiently exhaustive, readable and understandable to enable you to make your choice.
The DocCheck store only offers high quality, tested and certified blood tests. We deliver our products packaged and packed directly to your home, medical practice or clinic. Order your blood tests now for fast international delivery.
Please visit the Blood Sedimentation and Blood Glucose categories in the store to find more products related to blood diagnostics.