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TBA CHE α-AMY Digestive System Screening Rapid Reagent Kit

Oluolu o ka hana, piha akomi

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Overview

[pale ʻia ka leka uila] The Total Bile Acid/Cholinesterase/α-Amylase Reagent Kit is intended to quantitatively determine total bile acid (TBA), and measure the activity of cholinesterase (CHE) and α-amylase (α-AMY) in human venous serum. Clinically, it is mainly used as an aid in the diagnosis of hepatobiliary diseases or injuries, organophosphorus poisoning and pancreatic diseases.


Hoʻohana hoʻohana

Total bile acid (TBA) is the end product of cholesterol metabolism in liver and is existed in the enterohepatic circulation. It is closely related to the absorption, metabolism and adjustment of cholesterol. Serum TBA is a relatively sensitive diagnose indicator for substantial liver injury and digestive system diseases. TBA specifically reflects the excretory function of liver, as TBA elevates once there are hepatic cell lesion or enterohepatic circulation disorder.

CHE is a glycoprotein which exists in human body in form of several isozymes. The measuring of CHE activity is an important method that helps to diagnose organophosphorus intoxication and evaluate substantial liver injury.

α-AMY is mainly secreted by sialaden and pancreas, and can be filtered by glomerulus. Currently, the detection of α-AMY is the main method of diagnosing pancreatitis.


Nā Huahana Huahana

ʻO ka ʻōnaehana hopena wai, e hoʻohana ana i ke kaʻina hana o ke ana e alakaʻi i ka hopena pololei

ʻOi aku ka maikaʻi o ka ʻōnaehana iPOCT no ka hōʻoia pilikino a ma ka noi maoli

Loaʻa ka hopena ma 10 mau minuke

Pahu piha piha a hoʻohana hoʻokahi

Oluolu o ka hana, piha 'akomi, ʻaʻohe pono' oihana hana / calibration

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hoakaka

Nā mea ho'āʻo

TBA/CHE/α-AMY

Nā kikowaena

Koko serum

Wā Hōʻoia

10 minuke

Ka ana o ke ana

TBA: 5.0~180.0   µmol/L

CHE: 400~20000   U/L

α-AMY: 5.0~1500   U/L

ʻO ke kūpono

CE



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