ThyroTest

Thyrotest – Rapid TSH Test

ThyroTest is the fastest diagnostic device available to physicians to screen for Hypothyroidism.

ThyroTest is an accurate diagnostic screening device that helps patients with common hypothyroid symptoms such as fatigue, weight gain, loss of libido and depression, gain vital diagnostic results in the best setting possible - the physician's office.

Physicians and patients are no longer required to wait several days for their lab results.

ThyroTest allows physicians to accurately detect abnormal/elevated levers (>5mIU/L) of TSH in 10 minutes.

Thyroid disease affects over 30 million Americans, only half are diagnosed.  Of those, over 90% are hypothyroid, requiring further testing.   Screen with ThyroTest.  Why let the lab do it all?  ThyroTest is the fastest diagnostic device available to physicians to screen for Hypothyroidism.  ThyroTest is an accurate diagnostic screen device that helps patients with common hypothyroid symptoms such as fatigue, weight gain, loss of libido and depression, gain vital diagnostic results in the best setting possible – the physician’s office.

Physicians and patients are no longer required to wait several days for their lab results.  ThyroTest allows physicians to accurately detect abnormal/elevated levels (>5mIU/L) of TSH in 10 minutes.

ThyroTest rapid TSH test remains the best rapid TSH test says Dr. Blick and his associates at the University of Oklahoma Health Center.*

In order to prescribe for many illnesses, physician office labs order at least a dozen TSH tests per week.  The thyroid gland must function well for any script to work effectively. Screening is an opportunity to keep revenue in the practice, saving time for staff and time and money for patients.

 

 

* Evaluation of Two POC Whole Blood Tests for TSH. Dr. Kenneth Blick et al, Oklahoma University (OU) Health Sciences Center and OU Medical Center.  AACC 2009

 

Women are more likely than men to develop hypothyroidism. It is also more common among people over 60. Test for elevated TSH if there is a family history of thyroid disease, those who have received radiation or have other autoimmune diseases such RA, pernicious anemia, type 1 diabetes. Women considering pregnancy may be screened.