Vitamin D rapid test
To determine vitamin D levels at home in a matter of minutes
Determine your vitamin D level yourself
This test is used to determine the vitamin D blood level and provides an impression of whether you have adequate or insufficient supply of vitamin D3, or possibly even a vitamin D deficiency.
The sunshine vitamin
Among other things, vitamin D has a role in cell division, supports a healthy immune system and helps maintain normal bones.
Convenient to do at home
You can easily perform the test at home and get the result immediately - no need to send a blood sample to a laboratory.
What can the rapid vitamin D test do?
Vitamin D – the sunshine vitamin
Among other things, vitamin D plays a role in cell division, contributes to a healthy immune system and the maintenance of normal bones. Our body can produce vitamin D3 itself - what is necessary is sufficient exposure to sunlight. However, due to our current lifestyle, many of us do not spend enough time in the sun. As a result, the body's own production of the sunshine vitamin may be reduced.
Determine your own vitamin D level
With the vitamin D self-test, you can find out about your vitamin D level from the comfort of your own home. By comparing it with a color scale, you can get an idea of whether you are sufficiently supplied with vitamin D, or whether there is an insufficient supply, a deficiency or even possibly an oversupply.
Vitamin D rapid test
With the vitamin D rapid test, you can determine your vitamin D blood level from home. The blood sample is taken from the fingertip using a lancet. You will receive your test result within 10 minutes - without having to send a blood sample to a laboratory.
Rapid test, pipette, buffer, lancing device, alcohol pad, instructions, comparison card
The vitamin D level in the blood is determined using an immunoassay test.
A stronger band in the test cassette indicates the vitamin D level. The determination is made by comparison with a color reference that allows estimation of values below 10 ng/ml, between 10 and 30 ng/ml, and between 30 ng/ml and 100 ng/ml.
The Vitamin D Rapid Test is a certified and approved self-test (according to IVD Directive 98/79/EC) for the determination of vitamin D level for the detection and prevention of vitamin D deficiency.
Frequently asked questions
What can be detected with the Vitamin D rapid test?
With the vitamin D rapid test you can classify your vitamin D level in the blood. By comparing it with the scale provided, you can assess whether your vitamin D level is below 10 ng/ml, between 10 and 30 ng/ml or between 30 and 100 ng/ml.
Can I perform the vitamin D rapid test myself at home?
Yes, you can perform the vitamin D rapid test yourself in the comfort of your own home. After only 10 minutes you will receive your personal test result.
How does the vitamin D rapid test work?
It works similarly to the well-known rapid home antigen tests: the sample is mixed with a buffer and placed on the test cassette. The vitamin D binding sites are located on the membrane in the "positive line" area. The vitamin D molecules present in the sample displace the dye-labeled vitamin D molecules in this line. The higher the vitamin D concentration, the weaker the intensity of the color in the positive line.