QwikCheck & SQA Supplies

Product Number: A-CA-02089-00

The Low Volume Capillary (LVC), is designed to test washed, frozen and other types of fertility sample preparations using only 10-microliters of sample. The capillary is used to assess motile sperm count, progressive motile sperm count, total motile count, total progressive count, velocity and much more.

Product Number: 4021-0

Box contains 50 pieces. The testing capillary, is designed to test washed, frozen and other types of fertility sample preparations. The capillary is used to assess motile sperm count, progressive motile sperm count, total motile count, total progressive count, velocity and much more.

Product Number: A-CA-01082-00

The Vision Fixed Cover Slip Slides were designed to simplify routine semen screening processes in both manual and automated methods. The slides feature a precision engineered fluid chamber that disperses Sperm or QC material to exactly one field of view. The Vision slides require ~4 micro liters of sample and load by capillary action. Two chambers are included on each unit for duplicate counts and cost effectiveness.

Product Number: VS‐CA‐01108‐00

The Morphology Slides are designed for the rapid staining of spermatozoa for detailed morphology assessment. Each slide is coated with a dried layer of staining media which sperm will absorb on contact. The slides are designed for SQA-Vision Automated Sperm Quality Analyzers and Microscopic analysis. They can be used to differentiate Normal sperm cells from sperm cells with Abnormal heads, midpieces, principle pieces, and excess residual cytoplasm. They can also be used for the classification of WBCs and pinheads.

Product Number: 0700

The Test Strip kit is used to determine pH and leukocytes (WBCs) in semen. Test results are determined by comparing the color of the test patches to the color chart provided by the label on the bottle. The QwikCheck Reagent Test Strips are the only FDA cleared test strip designed specifically for semen. For professional use only.

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