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GlutenDetect for Newly Diagnosed Celiacs
GlutenDetect for Newly Diagnosed Celiacs
GlutenDetect for Newly Diagnosed Celiacs
GlutenDetect for Newly Diagnosed Celiacs
GlutenDetect for Newly Diagnosed Celiacs

Newly Diagnosed Pack

€160.95
€169.72
Tax included

Package with the number of kits designed for celiacs who are new to the Gluten-Free Diet and want to conduct periodic monitoring every 3 months.

According to the Spanish Society of Celiac Disease, for effective control of the Gluten-Free Diet in newly diagnosed celiacs, one check (3 urine tests or 2 stool tests in the same week) should be done every 3 months during the first year.

The Pack contains: 2x GlutenDetect STOOL (2 TESTS) + 1x GlutenDetect URINE (5 TESTS) + 1x GlutenDetect URINE (1 TEST)

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Newly Diagnosed Pack Includes 6 Urine Tests + 4 Stool Tests for Self-Detection of Gluten Consumption Every 3 Months for Newly Diagnosed Celiacs

URINE TEST

Components

  • » Lateral Flow Device (cassette format, consisting of a plastic case housing the reactive strip. It has a small round window where the sample is applied and a reading panel where results appear in 15-30 minutes)
  • » Urine collector
  • » Blue-capped tube with conditioning solution
  • » Disposable plastic syringe

How to Use It

Step 1: Collect urine using the collector following the instructions carefully. Alternatively, a clean container (not provided) can be used.

Step 2: Using the syringe, collect 2 mL of urine and add it to the blue-capped tube containing the conditioning solution.

Step 3: Shake the tube for a few seconds, then unscrew the cap and add 4 drops of the mixture to the S area of the cassette.

Step 4: From this point, the sample advances by capillarity along the strip and the result is displayed after 15-30 minutes.

STOOL TEST

Components

  • » Lateral Flow Device (cassette format, consisting of a plastic case housing the reactive strip. It has a small round window where the sample is applied and a reading panel where results appear in 15-30 minutes)
  • » Extraction solution
  • » Stool collector
  • » Quick guide
  • » Extraction tube
  • » Dilution solution stick
  • » Disposable gloves

How to Use It

Step 1: Open the extraction tube (red cap) and add 21 drops of the extraction solution (white cap).

Step 2: Using the collection spoon on the cap of the extraction tube (red cap), collect stool from three different parts of the sample.

Step 3: Return the collection spoon to the tube, close the cap, and shake the tube with the sample intermittently for 10 minutes.

Step 4: Add 10 drops from the red-capped tube to the blue-capped tube.

Step 5: Close the blue-capped tube and shake by inversion for 10-15 seconds.

Step 6: Open the blue-capped tube and, using the pipette, add 8 drops of the mixture to the S area of the cassette.

Step 7: From this point, the sample advances by capillarity along the strip and the result is displayed after 15-30 minutes.

When to Use It

Suspect Inadvertent Gluten Exposure?

If you suspect you may have been inadvertently exposed to gluten, reduce fluid intake to concentrate the urine sample. Wait 6-9 hours after the suspected gluten ingestion before performing the test. If the exposure happened at dinner, collect the first morning urine. 

Want Regular Monitoring of Your Gluten-Free Diet? 

To check if you are following your gluten-free diet correctly, collect 3 urine samples over the week: 2 samples during the week and one reflecting weekend intake. For optimal timing, collect two samples late in the day and a third sample first thing in the morning. Reduce fluid intake in the hours (2-4 hours) before testing, as this can affect the result. 

Newly Diagnosed Pack

€169.72 €160.95

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