LIVER Screen Test
At-home liver function test (AST/ALT)
The liver is a major organ that plays a crucial role in our health. It helps break down food, purify the blood, produce protein, and store energy. Some of the causes for liver damage can be hepatitis, cirrhosis, and excess weight.
If you have liver damage, a number of symptoms may appear such as dark urine, light stools, lack of appetite, jaundice, bloating, weakness, feeling very tired.
There are all sorts of liver tests, but the most commonly used ones evaluate transaminase enzymes (ALT and AST). These enzymes are released into the blood by the liver in response to damage or disease.
In the event of liver damage, ALT and/or AST are released from the liver into the bloodstream. The Liver-Screen® rapid test detects these transaminases.
Video Instruction for Use
Clinical Evaluation Results
Sensitivity: 98.40 %
Specificity: 100 %
Accuracy: 98.80 %
How to test yourself
1. Read the instructions.
2. Wash your hands with hot water. Dry them carefully to warm them up.
3. Use the lancet to take one blood drop. Fill the pipette up to the black line.
4. Put the blood sample in the well (S) on the cassette.
5. Add exactly 4 drops of diluent in the well.
6. Read the result after 10 minutes.
1 sealed aluminum pouch containing:
- 1 test device
- 1 plastic pipette
- 1 desiccant bag
1 sterile lancet for blood sampling.
1 dropper bottle containing 1 mL of diluent.
1 instruction leaflet.
Certificates and instructions for use