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The Heavy Metal Screening test is the world's first immediate
method of screening the body for heavy metals. This is scientific test that is fast, easy to do and can be an early
warning system for environmental hazards that can affect YOUR health.
The Heavy Metal Screening Kit enables you to determine the presence of ionic toxic metals or
how well your body can cope with the toxic heavy metal ions. Excessive
heavy metals increase oxidative damage and displace essential minerals.
Both of these effects can have serious consequences in your body.
The scientifically documented heavy metal testing allows the detection of free electrically active heavy metal ions in an aqueous solution by means
of a simple procedure and in just a few minutes. This exploratory procedure, employed as a home test tube
screening tool, is based on the dithizone reaction method which has been known to chemical science for more than 60
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The Heavy Metal Screening Test was developed by Nissen Medica
Inc. as an easy, accurate, inexpensive home-based process to determine the presence of toxic heavy metals in
your body and/or environment. The exploratory procedure is based on the dithizone reagent, which has been known to
chemical science for more than 60 years.
Use of the Heavy Metal Screening Test is intended as an aid in understanding your
body’s heavy metal detoxification capacities and may serve as an early indicator of heavy metal intoxication. Heavy
Metal Screening Test identifies the following metals: mercury, lead,
copper, zinc, cadmium and nickel.
The information and the test kit provided is for general educational purposes only. The test
is not intended to replace advice from a competent and knowledgeable healthcare professional. If you are
experiencing serious symptoms (nausea, vomiting, headaches, sweating, difficulty breathing, convulsions, and
trembling) or you believe you have acute heavy metal poisoning, contact your health care provider immediately.
Seek qualified healthcare advice for the treatment of any illness or disease.
The Heavy Metal Screening Test is designed to be an effective component of your
comprehensive health regime. Used in concert with other therapies proven to minimize the effects of environmental
pollution, Heavy Metals Screening Test allows you, the health conscious consumer, to accurately assess your
wellness action plan and take control of your health!
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A summary of medical and scientific research
using dithizone reagent follows:
1. H.J. Wichmann, Isolation and Determination
of Traces of Metals. The Dithizone System. Food and Drug Administration, U.S. Department
Industrial and Engineering Chemistry
2. Agarwal R, Behari
JR. Screening for mercury in aqueous environmental samples and urine samples using thin layer chromatography.
Water Environment Research 2007 Nov;79(12):2457-63.
3. Khan H, Ahmed MJ,
Bhanger MI. A simple spectrophotometric determination of trace level mercury using 1,5-diphenylthiocarbazone
solubilized in micelle. Analytical Sciences 2005 May;21(5):507-12.
4. Jackson MJ, Jones DA, Edwards RH, Swainbank IG, Coleman ML. Zinc homeostasis in
man: studies using a new stable isotope-dilution technique. British Journal of Nutrition 1984
E, Gonzalez Moreno P. Screening analysis for lead in whole blood and urine by Delves cup method using quality
control samples. Comparison with the dithizone method. Industrial Health. 1983;21(2):91-105.
6. Tewari SN, Harpalani SP, Tripathi SS.
Determination of thallium in autopsy tissues and body fluids by spectrophotometric technique. Mikrochim Acta.
1975;(1 Pt 1):13-8.
O. [Toxicologic analy sis of mercury in biological material. Extractive-photometric
dithizone method] Arch Toxikol. 1972;29(2):107-15.
8. Goldberg DM, Clarke AD. Measurement of mercury
in human urine. J Clin Pathol. 1970 Mar;23(2):178-84.
9. Kamm G.
[Determination of lead in biological matter by double, direct extractive titration with
dithizone], Z Klin Chem Klin Biochem. 1968 May;6(3): 182-5.
10. Troitskiĭ AA,
Vertlib IG. [Quantitative determination of lead in the urine using the reaction with dithizone (modification
of the method used by the Industrial Sanitation Laboratory of the Omsk Municipal Sanitation-Epidemiological
Station)] Lab Delo. 1966;8:480-1
11. BUTLER EJ, NEWMAN GE. AN
ABSORPTIOMETRIC METHOD FOR THE DETERMINATION OF TRACES OF COPPER IN BIOLOGICAL MATERIALS WITH DITHIZONE. Clin
Chim Acta. 1965 May;11:452-60.
12. KUDSK FN.
DETERMINATION OF MERCURY IN BIOLOGICAL MATERIALS. A SPECIFIC AND SENSITIVE DITHIZONE METHOD. Scand J Clin Lab
13. JACOBS MB, HERNDON J. Simplified one color dithizone method for lead
in urine. Am Ind Hyg Assoc J. 1961
14. TRUHAUT R, BOUDENE C. [Micro determination of lead in the blood and
in the urine by titration with dithizone.] Ann Biol Clin (Paris ). 1959
15. BESSMAN SP, LAYNE
EC Jr. A rapid procedure for the determination of lead in blood or urine in the presence of organic chelating
agents. J Lab Clin Med. 1955 Jan;45(1):159-66
16. ELKINS HB. Notes on determination of lead by dithizone method.
AmInd Hyg Assoc Q. 1953 Jun;14(2):109-12.
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