Bayer Urine Dipstick Tests

Bayer Urine Dipstick Tests
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Diastix Test » Pack of 50
Keto-Diastix Test » Pack of 50
Ketostix Test » Pack of 50

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  • Diastix Test » Pack of 50 £5.38
  • Keto-Diastix Test » Pack of 50 £10.18
  • Ketostix Test » Pack of 50 £15.98

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A range of reagent test strips for detecting and measuring glucose, ketone and other metabolites and urine parameters.

What do they test for?

The following table and guide shows what each of the products test for.

Product 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Diabur Test 5000 Yes
Diastix Yes
Keto-Diastix Yes Yes
Ketostix Yes
Multistix 10SG Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Multistix 8SG Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Uristix Yes Yes
  1. Blood - Serious infections of the kidneys or urinary tract, urolithiasis suspected renal or bladder neoplasms
  2. Leucocytes - Stmptomatic of inflammatory renal and urinary tract diseases
  3. Urbilinogen - Acute and chronic liver prenchyma damage, hemolytic jaundice, pathological state of the intestinal tract
  4. Bilirubin - Liver parenchyma damage, obstructive jaundice (also indicating bilary obstructions)
  5. Nitrite - Bacterial infection of the kidneys or urinary tract
  6. Specific Gravity - Concentration ability of kidneys, supplement for other parameters
  7. Glucose - Early detection and supervision of diabetes mellitus
  8. Protein - Symptomatic of renal and urinary tract diseases
  9. Ketones - Metabolic abnormalities, indication of ketoacidosis
  10. pH (ph) - Useful in relation to other parameters, pH of >9.0 tend to get lower protein reaction

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Reviews (6)

Summary of Reviews for Bayer Urine Dipstick Tests

Overall 5
Value For Money
Pet's Opinion
6 out of 6 (100%) customers would recommend this product.
5 stars (3 reviews)
4 stars (3 reviews)
3 stars (0 reviews)
2 stars (0 reviews)
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55 Great product does what it says on the tin
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By on 19 November 2023

Rrliable seens too be accurate as ca e when compared to lood abalysis

Customer recommends this product

55 Genuine product
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By on 12 April 2023

Genuine product at a reasonable price. Speedy delivery.

Customer recommends this product

45 Bought in error
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By on 16 November 2019

Well I’m sure they are fine as they are Bauer. I wanted multi sticks! Hey ho expensive mistake.

Customer recommends this product

45 Uristix
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By on 22 October 2017

Good and useful, though I could do with a more extensive colour chart for reading the test result.

Customer recommends this product

55 Urine test strips
Verified Purchase

By on 30 July 2015

Excellent product. It is the only practical way for me as pet owner to test Molly for any insulin variation to her daily shot of insulin. The strips are easy use easy stored and very accurate.

Customer recommends this product

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Q & A

Below are some recent questions we've received regarding Bayer Urine Dipstick Tests, including answers from our team.

26 September 2021 at 1:24pm



can these detect progesterone levels in bitch dogs for mating

  • VioVet Staff

These dipstick tests cannot detect progesterone levels. The only way to predict ovulation in dogs is using blood tests or vaginal smear samples. I recommend discussing this with your vet who can advise which they can perform.

18 September 2019 at 10:24pm

Siemens Multistix


Are the Siemens Multistix specifically designed for animal urine?

  • VioVet Staff


Yes this is specifically for testing animal urine.

Thank you.

3 September 2019 at 9:39pm

Can these test strips be used for horses too?

Jane H

Pony with metabolic issues cushings and high insulin looking to do more regular checks - can I use these to test him? Thank you

  • VioVet Staff

You can use these dipsticks for horse urine. However they would not give you much useful information for the conditions you are concerned about. The best way to monitor your horse is for your vet to do ACTH and dynamic blood glucose blood tests every 3-6 months.

2 February 2015 at 8:47pm

Dip stick advice


I asked the question above and the vet kindly gave me great advice re my smelly collie has been brought up on raw food 80 per cent meat 20 per cent vegetable and fruit. He has been on raw since 8weeks old but I include supplements such as brewers Yeast, salmon oil and kelp. I appreciate the vets advice but if I were to keep an eye on the smell or any other issue what dip sticks is the one for me and how do I read the result..

  • VioVet Staff

Bayer Multistix 10 SG would be the best one to use. Instructions on how to use the strips come with them, but that part is easy enough. Interpreting the results is not so simple and obviously without suitable medical training (which requires a lot more than a couple of emails) you might not get much from them. However you can look up the reference ranges for dogs for the various parameters online and get some help by reading about the various results. There is a lot of information available if you feel like researching it. Otherwise, just ask your vet for help when you need it.

2 February 2015 at 3:47pm

Dip sticks which ones


My collie was at the vets as he smelled strongly of stale urine.they did a dip test which recorded 9 on alkaline and prescribed a course of anti biotic s. His urine does smell on his long coat underneath and I would like to purchase dip stick to test for infection or other issues.

  • VioVet Staff

You can buy the dipstick tests off the website. They are not restricted at all. However it can be difficult to interpret the results and sometimes you will need veterinary help to provide any treatment anyway. The other thing I would say is that many male dogs produce quite smelly urine when they are perfectly well. It is natural for them. If they have a long coat and their conformation means that the urine collects on their hair, they will tend to smell of the urine. You can help by having these parts of his coat trimmed short, then using proprietary products to wash or de-odourise the coat. You might need to do this. Also changing the diet can affect the pH of the urine, so alkaline urine is not always a sign of a urinary infection, especially on some commercial low-meat diets.

24 January 2014 at 2:35pm

Use at home?

Ioana Bena

Dear Madam, dear Sir,
Can we use Multistix 8 SG Dipstick Test at home, or is there a need for a reading machine?
And what is the range measured for urine density (specific gravity)?
Thank you, best regards,
Ioana Bena

  • VioVet Staff

The Multistix 8SG can be used at home, the test determines the Specific Gravity in the range 1.000 - 1.030.

17 September 2013 at 2:36pm

Urine test


Do the diastix dipstick test test a dog for things such as kidneys, crystals in the water, water infection and so on

  • VioVet Staff

These stix tests can give a guide to kidney problems, urinary infections etc, but they are not nearly as simple as your question suggests. They test for certain substances and a medically trained person can use this, along with any other information they have available, to make a judgment of what the underlying cause might be. Unless you are medically qualified, they are unlikely to be very helpful to you.

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