Bayer Clinitek 50 urine chemistry analyser

June 2003
GP: General Practitioner;6/23/2003, p80
The article focuses on Bayer Clinitek 50 urine chemistry analyser. It provides invaluable patient information to assist with early disease diagnosis, thus avoiding long-term complications. It also eliminates the subjectivity of visual readings, dramatically improving the quality of urine analysis.


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