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Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH)

Diagnosing thyroid dysfunction

One needs an adequate level of thyroid hormone. The excessive or insufficient level would cause various abnormalities in human physiology. The TSH test can deliver the required answer about the hormone level in 12 minutes with fingertip blood (US FDA 510k; AFIAS TSH).

Diagnosis diseases
Hyperthyroidism, Hypothyroidism
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About Using Reagent

  • Sample Types

    ichroma: serum, plasma
    AFIAS: whole blood, plasma, serum
  • Reaction Time

    ichroma 12 mins
    AFIAS 15 mins
  • Detection Range

    ichroma (0.1 – 100 uIU/ml)
    AFIAS (serum/plasma: 0.09 – 80 uIU/ml, WB: 0.4 – 80uIU/ml)
  • Indication

    Thyroid gland disease, Thyroid dysfunction, Subclinical thyroid dysfunction

In Your Medical Field

The TSH test can be administered on-site to measure the level of TSH in 12 minutes, rendering it an ideal choice for facilities away from immediate and comprehensive diagnostic support. OB/Gyns (obstetrics/gynecology), GPs (General practitioners) and pediatricians could find the test befitting their facilities.