• Patients with urinary, menstrual, constipation or hemorrhoid bleeding should not be considered for this test. These patients may be considered for this test once such bleeding ceases.
• As with any occult blood test, results obtained with the OC Light iFOBT should not be considered conclusive evidence of the presence or absence of G.I. bleeding or pathology. OC Light iFOBT is designed for preliminary screening. It is not intended to replace other diagnostic procedures such as colonoscopy or sigmoidoscopy in combination with double contrast barium x-ray.
• Urine and excessive dilution of samples with water from the toilet bowl may cause erroneous test results. For best results, use the collection paper in the collection kit.
• OC Light iFOBT is not for use in testing urine, gastric specimens or other body fluids.