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Automated Urine Diagnostic Device for Pregnancy

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Feasibility Study of an Automated Point-of-Care Urine Diagnostic Device for Pregnancy

The primary purpose of this observational study is to demonstrate the feasibility of an automated point-of-care urine diagnostic device in determining the pregnancy status of patients through urine samples collected from patients at Northwestern University. Our hypothesis is that this automated point-of-care urine diagnostic device will be able to accurately determine a patient's pregnancy status at least 95% of the time.

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Diagnostic Test - Pregnancy test

Detects hormone (hCG, Human Chorionic Gonadotropin) produced by the body during pregnancy

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Feasibility Study of an Automated Point-of-Care Urine Diagnostic Device for Pregnancy

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NCT03575286

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