A Comparative Clinical Evaluation of a New Proprietary Method for Urine Testing in Juvenile Diabetics

Traisman, Howard S.; Greenwood, Ronald D.
June 1973
Clinical Pediatrics;Jun1973, Vol. 12 Issue 6, p357
Academic Journal
Compares the efficacy of Keto-Diastix dip-and-read test for urine testing in juvenile diabetics. Claim that this plastic strip are affixed two reagent pad areas which are reactive to glucose and ketones respectively; Need for any patient or family adopting this method should receive adequate instruction and must be made aware that the colors and plus values for tablets and strips are not interchangeable; Suitability of the Keto-Diastix for home use, especially for urine testing at school and when traveling.


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