Updated on 19 October, 2021
Truetest Test Strips are an innovative, secure, non-invasive testing system that can help healthcare providers detect allergen exposure. Allergen exposure can result in serious medical conditions if not detected and controlled. A thorough examination of potential allergens in the workplace is necessary to prevent illness and/or disease. The best way to ensure compliance with allergen management procedures is to use a random screening tool such as Truetest Test Strips to prevent exposure in the workplace.
There are six tested trueread plenty, 52 tested truetest strips and 160 tested truetest glucose test strips which were manufactured by Medix in May, 2021. The random cross-matching of individual test strip results with known allergens was performed according to the HPA guidelines published by the Environmental Protection Agency, or EPA. During the process of producing these products, no drugs or chemicals were added to the composition, and no x-rays were used during the production process. The Truetest Test Strips are made in the United States and are produced under U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approval. The Truetest Test Strips are well known for their ease of use and low-risk performance.
The trueresult test of Truetest Test Strips works by placing a small amount of blood from the fingertip into a vial containing a blend of sugar and pH probes. When a molecule of IgE is tagged with an alkaline atom, the molecule is considered neutral and will therefore not create a reaction in the buffer. If, instead, an alkaline molecule is tagged with an acid atom, the molecule will be immediately recognized as high acid and will be inhibited in its attempt to leave the buffer. Once this binding process has been accomplished, the blood sample will be analyzed for glucose concentrations.
The trueread or blood glucose level can be read either using a finger test or with a beta-sensitivity probe that is attached to the applicator tip. For finger testing, place a strip of Truetest Test Strips beneath the fingernail and leave for 30 seconds. For beta-sensitivity probe applications, place a strip beneath the tongue, inside the cheek, on the back of the neck, or on the inner thigh. In either case, after 30 seconds, if the test strip is brown and/or blue in color, the result is positive and the Truetest Test Strips are the trueread.
The next step in the analysis process is to read the results on the alpha-numeric display and determine the percentage content of glycogen, which is the main component of the sugar glucose. This percentage represents the level of glucose that is in the blood stream. Based on the results of this test, the physician may determine whether a patient needs to change his or her diet and begin taking Truetest Test Strips. A patient who receives a falseread or falsebalance (a) may become too hungry too often resulting in weight gain. Conversely, a trueread that is incorrectly balanced can result in hypoglycemia, or low blood sugar, so it is always best to have the Truetest Test Strips properly administered in order to prevent or correct these side effects.
Each strip contains one micro gram of the patented truefill technology, which is capable of providing immediate results. The process of using Truetest Test Strips is as simple as placing a strip into the mouth and left for 30 seconds. A band that measures the glucose level in your blood stream will appear. The more glucose in your blood stream, the higher your Truetest Test Strips result will be.
There are two types of Truetest Test Strips: trueread and falsebalance. The trueread contains a micro gram of glucose and has an accurate reading; however, the false balance contains a larger amount of sugar and a lesser amount of glucose. Because of this, more of the sugar in your blood stream is absorbed because there is not enough glucose to provide the energy needed to trigger an actual chemical reaction within the body. The greater amount of sugar ingested results in excessive amounts of energy being used up before the body has time to produce any glucose to utilize as a source of fuel. If you receive a falsepositive or falsebalance strip, it is recommended that you contact your physician immediately and be tested for glucose, especially if you are experiencing any symptoms associated with diabetic ketoacidosis.
While accurate test strips may not seem like a big deal, the accuracy of Truetest Test Strips is vital to ensuring that you are receiving the proper amount of medication to maintain healthy diabetic symptoms. In addition, the accuracy of Truetest Test Strips can also affect how you interact with other people and whether or not you can function properly in general. In essence, accurate results provided by a Truetest Test Strips can mean the difference between life and death for someone who has diabetes. Therefore, while Truetest Test Strips have proven their usefulness in the past, it is only recent that medical professionals have discovered the true effectiveness of this product and are currently recommending it to patients suffering from ketoacidosis and diabetic ketoacidosis.