Dollar General Pregnancy Test Instructions

Dollar General Pregnancy Test instructions

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Dollar General Pregnancy Test Instructions

If you’re thinking about using the Dollar General Pregnancy Test, you can learn more about the test by reading the directions.

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Dollar General Pregnancy Test instructions

Who manufactures and distributes the Dollar General Health One Step Pregnancy Test?

ABON BIOPHARM (HANGZHOU) CO., LTD., working with Abbott, the parent company of Inverness Medical, LLC, manufactures the device that’s marketed as the Dollar General Health One Step Pregnancy Test.

Inverness Medical, LLC repackages and distributes the identical device under several labels:

  • CVP Health One Step Pregnancy Test Casette.
  • Dollar General Health One Step Prenancy Test Cassette.
  • First Signal One Step Pregnancy Cassette (Sold at Walmart).
  • Walmart Equate First Signal One Step Pregnancy Test Cassette.

Regardless of the brand, each of the above products contains the same device.

When the FDA approved this device for sale, it was known as the Quik Check Home Pregnancy Test. The product was approved for OTC sale under FDA document number K032661. It was re-approved under document because the original product’s name was misspelled.

How does the Dollar General Pregnancy Test work?

The DG Health One Step Pregnancy Test

Consists of a cassette with a sample well at one end and the result and control windows in the middle. The test strip runs under the sample well and result/control windows. The user applies 3 drops of urine which migrate via capillary action toward the result and control windows. If hCG is present in the urine it reacts with an anti-HCG-colored particle conjugate to form a colored line in the test region of the strip. A colored line in the control region of the device indicates adequate sample volume and capillary action. Absence of a colored line in the control region is an indication of an invalid result.

https://www.accessdata.fda.gov/cdrh_docs/reviews/K032661.pdf

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