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a graduated rod dipped into a container to indicate the fluid level

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GRAB THE TISSUE Once you've found the dipstick, pull it out and wipe it with a clean tissue.
Dipstick: For me, some of my favorite highlights include emceeing San Francisco Pride in 2008, shooting a TV show, speaking on college and corporate campuses, and being recognized in the strangest places--most memorably by a flight attendant on a flight back from a speaking engagement.
Urinary dipstick testing showed only [1.sub.+] proteinuria, while the urine protein:creatinine ratio was markedly elevated at 1.3 g/mmol.
MAKE SURE THE OIL LEVEL IS ABOVE THE ADD MARK ON THE ENGINE STOPPED SIDE OF THE DIPSTICK.
TOM: But in the meantime, the dipstick will give you an accurate reading.
Urine microscopy, culture and dipstick tests were performed on a random sample of urine.
This award will allow ATD to further develop a dipstick for the detection of acetaminophen protein adducts in human blood," ATD's Laura James said in a news release.
They found that a positive dipstick urine test was a strong predictor of rapid kidney function decline.
This study ("Comparison of urine dipstick, sulfosalicylic acid, urine protein-to-creatinine ratio, and species-specific ELISA methods for detection of albumin in urine samples of cats and dogs," Journal of American Veterinary Medical Association, 2010) evaluated the use of dipstick, sulfosalicylic acid (SSA), and urine protein-to-creatinine ratio (UP:C) methods for use in detection of albumin in urine.
Well, remember the dipstick being placed on the cowling below the windscreen?
=93Throu= gh a small hole in the surface of the earth, we can assess what lies beneat= h it" by using the Optical Soil Dipstick, he explained.
The development of the colorimetric dipstick bioassay is based on the printing of enzyme-doped silica "inks" containing small gold nanoparticles that are co-entrapped with the enzyme and printed on a paper substrate.
They then attached the sensor to an engine dipstick and inserted it into the oil reservoir of a ear.
The dipstick changes colour the instant it comes into contact with alcohol, allowing police to seize illegal drinks from under age youths or adults who buy it for them.