Ferritin Rapid Test Cassette - RightSign

Find out your iron level with the Ferritin Rapid Test Cassette. A ferritin blood test can determine if you have too much or too little iron stored in your body.

43,25 €*

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gross: 43,97 €
Content: 25 (1,73 €* / 1 Stück)
Content gross: 25 (2,13 €* / 1 Stück)

Available, delivery time 4 - 7 Working days

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Ferritin Test Cassette from RightSign

The Ferritin Rapid Test Cassette stands as a critical benchmark in prompt and precise iron level assessment, ensuring medical professionals can swiftly detect cases of iron overload or deficiency. Odem's dedication to affordable, high-quality medical diagnostics makes the Ferritin Rapid Test Cassette a staple for doctors throughout Europe.

Ferritin is an essential marker for iron storage in the body, crucial for maintaining healthy red blood cells. The Ferritin Rapid Test Cassette enables medical practitioners to promptly address low iron levels, which, if untreated, can lead to severe health complications.


Product Specifications

  • Quick and straightforward results within minutes
  • Requires only a minimal volume of blood
  • User-friendly with clear instructions provided
  • Complies with EU standards as indicated by CE certification
  • 25 cassettes per kit for comprehensive testing
  • The ferritin rapid test is designed for professional use


  • Save time with rapid results, aiding in faster clinical decisions
  • Minimize patient discomfort with low blood sample requirement
  • CE-certified product ensures high standards and reliability
  • Suitable for professional use, with 25 cassettes per kit for comprehensive testing

Technical Data - Ferritin Test Cassette from Rightsign

  • Cut-off level: 30ng/ml for definitive results
  • Packaging: Each unit includes 25 test cassettes
  • Storage: Maintain at room temperature or between 4 and 35 degrees Celsius

FAQs about RightSign Ferritin Test

What is a ferritin blood test?

The ferritin blood test measures the amount of ferritin in your blood, which is a protein that stores iron in your body.

What does a high ferritin level mean?

High ferritin levels may indicate that there is too much iron in your body.

What does a low ferritin level indicate?

Low ferritin levels may suggest that there is too little iron stored in your body.

Why might I need a ferritin test?

You may need this test to evaluate your body's iron stores, especially if you have symptoms of anemia or abnormal iron levels.

What can the ferritin test results indicate?

The test results may help determine if your body has normal, low, or high levels of ferritin, which can reflect the amount of iron stored in your body.

How is the ferritin test performed?

The ferritin test is a simple blood draw, where a small amount of blood is taken from a vein in your arm.

What is the normal range for ferritin levels?

Normal ferritin levels typically range from 12 to 150 nanograms per milliliter (ng/mL) for males and 12 to 150 ng/mL for females.

What is a ferritin test?

A ferritin test measures the amount of ferritin in the blood, which is a protein that stores iron inside your cells.

Why would I need this test?

Your doctor may order a ferritin test to check for the levels of iron in your body, especially if you have symptoms of too little or too much iron.

How do I prepare for the test?

You may need to fast for 12 hours before the test, as eating can affect the results of a ferritin test.

What are the normal blood levels for ferritin?

Normal blood levels of ferritin can vary depending on factors such as age and gender, but typically range from 12 to 300 nanograms per milliliter for adults.

What should I do if my ferritin levels are low?

If your ferritin levels are low, your doctor may recommend iron supplements or dietary changes to help increase your iron levels and make healthy red blood cells.

How does the ferritin test relate to a complete blood count?

The ferritin test is often ordered alongside a complete blood count, as it provides additional information about the body's iron stores and overall health.

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