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Abingdon Health Vitamin D Rapid Home Test Kit
Vitamin D is essential for maintaining healthy bones, teeth, and muscles, as well as supporting the immune system. However, many people may not be getting enough vitamin D through their diet or sun exposure. Self-testing for vitamin D can help individuals identify if they need to increase their intake through supplements or dietary changes.
With an accuracy of 94.4%, the Abingdon Health Vitamin D Rapid self-test provides accurate results in just 10 minutes, allowing you to take control of your health and make informed decisions about your diet and lifestyle.
The test is suitable for use at home and requires just a small blood sample from a finger prick. The kit includes everything you need to perform the test, including detailed instructions.
Whether you’re looking to monitor your vitamin D levels regularly or simply want to check your levels once, the Abingdon Health Vitamin D Rapid self-test is a convenient and reliable option.
This test is CE marked and registered with the UK’s Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) who regulate medicines and medical devices.
How to use a Lateral Flow Test for Vitamin D Deficiency
- Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water, ensuring your hands are completely dry afterwards.
- Open the foil pouch and remove the test cassette within. Remove the capillary dropper, alcohol pad, lancet and buffer solution and keep them beside the test cassette.
- Remove the cap of the lancet.
- Using the alcohol Pad provided, clean the area on your finger where you will be pricking. Allow the area to completely dry.
- Hold the lancet firmly against the fingertip you intend to puncture and press the button to release the lancet. This will quickly prick your finger and then automatically retract.
- Gently squeeze the finger and then using the capillary dropper, place it in contact with the formed drop of blood. Without squeezing the capillary dropper, the blood will automatically collect into the capillary dropper.
- Ensure you have enough blood sample to the fill line marked on the capillary dropper. Massage your finger again, if necessary, until you reach the fill line.
- Squeeze the dropper bulb to add the collected blood sample into the cassette well (marked S). Wait for the sample to fully dispense into the cassette well.
- Unscrew the cap of the buffer solution and add 2 drops of the buffer solution into the buffer well (marked B) on the test cassette.
- Wait 10 minutes to read the results.
- Compare the T line intensity with the coloured card provided to interpret the results.