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In a typical urinalysis, a urine test strip, also known as a dipstick, is used to identify pathological alterations in a patient's urine. Up to 10 distinct chemical pads or reagents may be present in a typical urine test strip, which reacts (changes colour) when submerged in and then removed from a urine sample. Even though certain tests require more time, the test can frequently be read in as little as 60 to 120 seconds after dipping. The initial step in the diagnosis of a wide variety of disorders is routine urine testing with multiparameter strips.