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Suresign - Suresign offers a complete range of tests and devices to enable you to protect your family's health from the comfort of your home.

  • http://www.suresign.com/alcohol.html Suresign Alcohol Screening Test - Our Suresign Alcohol Screening Test rapidly detects the presence of alcohol in the exhaled breath.
  • http://www.suresign.com/blood-pressure.html Suresign Blood Pressure Monitor - Our Suresign Blood Pressure Monitor is an upper arm fully automatic blood pressure and pulse monitor.  A large cuff is available for our machine.
  • http://www.suresign.com/family-health.html Suresign Family Health Screening Test - Our Family Health Screening Test is unique to Suresign.  It is a urine based test which can indicate illness or infection, mainly relating to the heart, liver, kidneys and urinary tract. 
  • http://www.suresign.com/meningitis.html Suresign Meningitis Emergency Pack - The Suresign Meningitis Emergency Pack contains the essential tools to help you spot some of the symptoms of Meningitis.
  • http://www.suresign.com/ovulation.html Suresign Ovulation Test - Our Suresign Ovulation Midstream Test works by detecting the amount of Luteinising Hormone (LH) in urine, to determine the best time to conceive.
  • http://www.suresign.com/pregnancy.html Suresign Pregnancy Test - Our Suresign pregnancy tests detect elevated levels of the pregnancy hormone, HCG, in the urine, an indication of pregnancy.
  • http://www.suresign.com/temperature.html Suresign Thermometers - The Suresign Infrared thermometer and Digital thermometer measures body temperature with professional accuracy.
  • http://www.suresign.com/corporate.html Corporate - CIGA Healthcare Ltd home of Suresign - The Suresign brand was the first brand to be brought to the market by CIGA Healthcare Ltd.

    Country:, Europe, DE

    City: 9.491 , Germany

  • S. Horwatt - The problem with "best of" collections...

    ...is that they depend heavily on who is defining "best." This year's "The Best American Short Stories" was edited by Elizabeth Strout, and I think that's the main reason for my lukewarm reaction to it. I've only read one of Ms. Strout's novels, but I found it a little overwritten and self-consciously stylistic, and that's how a lot of these stories struck me. There's not much here that I would actually say is bad, but there's also not a lot that I would actually say is great, either. Many of the stories rely on some writing device or other (such as a section of the story being told in the form of a play, to show that the characters are "acting") that may be fresh or even a bit clever, at the expense of there being much substance to the story.

  • jesse - The drinking lids sucks for smoothies

    The drinking lids sucks for smoothies... hole too close to center of lid, and too small... other than that, this thing is great!!!

  • Chen Sun - Unfair on high priced installation support

    My HP came with Norton antivirus trial, and I installed McAfee 2013, which seems to have worked. Norton still had residual components, but I can't recall whether this is due to Norton or McAfee removal processes. When I tried to update to McAfee 2014, I expected to simply enter in a new code-- maybe 5 minutes. Instead, the process turned in 70 minutes.