Test4D-CQ™

  • Quantitative Vitamin D test version configured for cube readers
  • Quantitative read out using a calibrated cube reader
  • Results in 10 minutes
  • CE Mark
  • Range: 10 – 250 nano mol/L
  • Accuracy: 94% correlation with gold standard LC/MS blood tests

Test4A

  • Quantitative Vitamin A test
  • Quantitative read out using a calibrated cube reader
  • Results in 10 minutes from a drop of blood

Test4Fe

  • Quantitative Ferritin test
  • Quantitative read out using a calibrated cube reader
  • Results in 10 minutes from a drop of blood
  • The sensitivity of Test4Fe is found to be 98.8%

Test4B12

  • Quantitative blood test for Vitamin B12
  • Quantitative read out using a calibrated cube reader
  • Results in 10 minutes from a drop of blood

Quick and easy Point of Care Testing

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Sample Size

Fixed volume 3-4 drops - high variance

Sample Prep

No Sample prep Sample preparation required

About 1 billion people worldwide are Vitamin D deficient.

Our testing kits can determine Vitamin D levels in as little as 10 minutes and is very simple to administer.

These second-generation Vitamin D tests are complemented by NanoSpeed’s widely sold first generation test, Test4DTM, which qualitatively indicates Vitamin D deficiency/sufficiency levels rapidly in a blood sample.

NanoSpeed’s clients also buy our Test4CaTM, calcium test, as an extremely valuable companion test to our Vitamin D tests, since excessive 25(OH) Vitamin D levels can cause excessive levels of calcium in the blood (hypercalcemia), which has symptoms including feeling tired, thirsty or sick; pain in muscles or bones; or passing urine often.

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Success Story: Lab-free testing for thyroid disease.

More common than diabetes, thyroid disease affects millions of people of all ages. Balanced thyroid hormones levels are necessary for the development of a child’s brain and skeleton. In adults, hyperthyroidism produces symptoms including anxiety, impatience, irritability and depression. Sometimes, it even leads to schizophrenia. Read more on Alberta Innovates

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October 2013 NanoSpeed has reached sales of over 200,000 units of its Test4D™ – Vitamin D deficiency test kit – since the launch of the product in April 2013. November 2011 In the fall of 2011, NanoSpeed participated in two major events, the WAVE Conference in Lake Louise and The Health Symposium in Edmonton, to […]

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