KR101319606B1 - Vessel assembly for diagnosis and analysis of clinical specimen - Google Patents

Vessel assembly for diagnosis and analysis of clinical specimen Download PDF

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KR101319606B1
KR101319606B1 KR1020120086544A KR20120086544A KR101319606B1 KR 101319606 B1 KR101319606 B1 KR 101319606B1 KR 1020120086544 A KR1020120086544 A KR 1020120086544A KR 20120086544 A KR20120086544 A KR 20120086544A KR 101319606 B1 KR101319606 B1 KR 101319606B1
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    • G01N35/10Devices for transferring samples or any liquids to, in, or from, the analysis apparatus, e.g. suction devices, injection devices

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PURPOSE: A vessel assembly for diagnosis and analysis of clinical specimen transfers a detecting solution in a container main body to an analysis strip without a separate device and quicken the diagnosis using the detecting solution. CONSTITUTION: A vessel assembly (100) for diagnosis and analysis of clinical specimen comprises a main body (110); a housing coupling part (120) which is formed one side of the main body and is bent inwards; a first cap part (130) which is coupled to one side of the main body; a second cap part (140) which is coupled to the opposite side of the main body and in which a detecting stick is installed inside thereof; and a strip housing part (150) which is coupled to the housing coupling part, punching a specific part of the housing coupling part and absorbs a detecting solution filled in the main body.

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Sample container assembly for diagnostic analysis {VESSEL ASSEMBLY FOR DIAGNOSIS AND ANALYSIS OF CLINICAL SPECIMEN}

The present invention relates to a sample container assembly for diagnostic analysis. More particularly, the present invention relates to a sample container assembly for diagnostic analysis, which allows the sample solution contained in the container body to be easily loaded onto the strip for analysis.

When performing a diagnostic analysis using a conventional rapid diagnostic kit (Rapid Diagnostic Kit), a sample solution is prepared by putting the sample in a sample container containing a buffer solution and stirring the sample solution and then analyzing the sample strip. The method is dripped at the inlet of this built-in analytical housing, and the sample solution dripped at the inlet of an analytical housing is absorbed into an analytical strip through an inlet.

At this time, in order to drop the sample solution to the analysis housing, a separate tool such as an eyedropper is required. When dropping the sample solution on the assay strip using the dropper, an error may occur in the amount of the sample solution applied to the assay strip depending on the pressure of the operator's hand or the size of the tip of the eyedropper, and an excessive amount of the sample The solution may be added to the assay strip, causing errors in the diagnosis.

It is necessary to apply a certain amount of sample solution to the assay strip for accurate analysis, but according to the conventional diagnostic kit, it was difficult to apply the correct amount of sample solution to the assay strip. In addition, since a separate tool such as a specimen container and a dropper containing a sample solution is required, there is a problem that the inspection procedure is cumbersome.

The present invention is to solve the above problems, and an object of the present invention is to provide a sample container assembly for diagnostic analysis so that the sample solution can be applied to the strip for analysis in a certain amount.

In addition, an object of the present invention is to provide a sample container assembly for diagnostic analysis that can deliver the sample solution contained in the container body to the assay strip even if the experimenter does not provide a separate tool such as a dropper.

The objects of the present invention are not limited to those mentioned above, and other objects not mentioned may be clearly understood by those skilled in the art from the following description.

The specimen container assembly for diagnostic analysis according to an embodiment of the present invention for solving the above problems is a container body, a housing coupling portion which is formed to be introduced into one side of the container body in the inner direction of the container body, the container body of the A first cap part coupled to one side, a second cap part coupled to the other side of the container body, and a sample stick inserted into the container body installed therein, and coupled to the housing coupling part, the housing coupling part Perforating a predetermined portion includes a strip housing for absorbing the sample solution contained in the container body.

In addition, the container body may extend from one side of the container body toward the inside of the container body, it may be provided with a leakage preventing portion that the diameter of the cross section is reduced toward the inside of the container body.

In addition, the container body may be formed of at least one of polyethylene (PolyEthylene, PE) or ethylene vinyl acetate (Ethylene Vinyl Acetate, EVA).

In addition, the first cap portion may have an outlet formed therein extending in one direction of the first cap portion therein, an outlet portion in which one side of the outlet is sealed, and a cutting guide portion formed on an outer surface of the discharge portion. have.

The first cap part may include a filter part installed in the first cap part or in the discharge port.

In addition, the size of the micropores formed in the filter unit may be formed to 70 to 150μm.

In addition, the amount of the solution discharged through the outlet may be limited to 30 to 50 μl by the size of the micropores formed in the fill portion.

In addition, the filter unit may be formed of ultra high molecular weight polyethylene (UHMW-PE).

In addition, the sample stick may have a sponge portion for absorbing the sample formed in a liquid state at the end.

The apparatus may further include a porous support part in contact with one surface of the sponge part and having a plurality of holes formed in one surface in contact with the sponge part.

In addition, the strip housing is inserted into the housing coupling portion and the analysis strip is inserted into the housing, a perforated portion formed on one surface of the housing, and punctures a predetermined portion of the housing coupling portion, and inserted into the perforated portion. And an absorbent pad for absorbing the sample solution and delivering the sample solution to the diagnostic analysis strip.

In addition, the housing coupling portion may be formed with a through portion in which the perforated portion is inserted corresponding to the position of the perforated portion.

In addition, the through part may have a thickness thinner than other parts of the housing coupling part.

In addition, the perforated part may have a stepped part that is caught on one surface of the through part.

In addition, the perforation may be provided with a sealing member disposed on one surface of the stepped portion.

In addition, the housing may be formed with a check hole for confirming the analysis strip on the other surface opposite to one surface on which the perforations are formed.

According to the diagnostic analysis sample container according to the present invention, in a state in which a certain amount of the sample solution is contained in the container body, the strip housing in which the assay strip is inserted is coupled to the container body, and the sample solution is transferred to the analysis strip through the strip housing. The diagnosis can be performed quickly and quickly.

The effects of the present invention are not limited to those mentioned above, and other effects not mentioned can be clearly understood by those skilled in the art from the following description.

1 is a cross-sectional view schematically showing a cross section of the sample container assembly for diagnostic analysis according to an embodiment of the present invention.
FIG. 2 is a schematic view showing a state in which a sponge part is coupled to one side of the sample stick shown in FIG. 1 and a state in which the porous support part is inserted into the sample container.
3 is a coupling state diagram showing a first coupling state in which the strip housing portion is coupled to the housing coupling portion.
4 is a coupling state diagram illustrating a second coupling state in which the strip housing portion is coupled to the housing coupling portion.
5 is a schematic view schematically showing a state in which a housing of a strip housing part is separated.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS The above and other objects, features and advantages of the present invention will be more apparent from the following detailed description taken in conjunction with the accompanying drawings, in which: FIG. In the following description of the present invention, a detailed description of known functions and configurations incorporated herein will be omitted when it may make the subject matter of the present invention rather unclear. The terms described below are defined in consideration of the structure, role and function of the present invention, and may be changed according to the intention of the user, the intention of the operator, or the custom.

The present invention may, however, be embodied in many different forms and should not be construed as limited to the embodiments set forth herein. These embodiments are provided so that this disclosure will be thorough and complete, and will fully convey the scope of the invention to those skilled in the art to which the present invention pertains, It is only defined by the scope of the claims. Therefore, the definition should be based on the contents throughout this specification.

Throughout the specification, when a part is said to "include" a certain component, it means that it can further include other components, without excluding other components unless specifically stated otherwise.

Hereinafter will be described in more detail with reference to the accompanying drawings, such as the configuration and operation effects of the specimen container assembly for diagnostic analysis according to an embodiment of the present invention.

1 is a cross-sectional view schematically showing a cross section of the specimen container assembly for diagnostic analysis according to an embodiment of the present invention.

Referring to Figure 1, the specimen container assembly for diagnostic analysis 100 is a container body 110, the housing coupling portion 120 is formed by being drawn in the inner direction of the container body 110 on one surface of the container body 110, The first cap 130 is coupled to one side of the container body 110, the second coupled to the other side of the container body 110, the sample stick 141 is inserted into the container body 110 is installed inside Is coupled to the cap portion 140 and the housing coupling portion 120, and comprises a strip housing 150 for perforating a predetermined portion of the housing coupling portion 120 to absorb the sample solution contained in the container body 110. It is configured by.

The container body 110 may have a first opening 111 and a second opening 112 on both sides. The container body 110 is formed in a hollow shape, and may contain a test solution for suspending the sample on the sample stick 141.

The container body 110 may be formed of at least one material of polyethylene (PolyEthylene, PE) or ethylene vinyl acetate (Ethylene Vinyl Acetate, EVA). That is, the container body 110 may be formed only of polyethylene or ethylene vinyl acetate resin, and may be formed of a synthetic material of polyethylene and ethylene vinyl acetate resin, but is not limited thereto.

The container body 110 may have flexibility by being formed of at least one material of polyethylene or ethylene vinyl acetate resin. Therefore, when the container body 110 is applied to the pressure of one side of the container body 100 from the user, the one surface of the container body 110 can be moved in the inner direction of the container body (110). In addition, when the container body 110 is released from the user to press the force on one surface of the container body 110, the container body 110 can be restored to its original shape.

The container body 110 may be formed of a transparent material. In addition, the first cap 130 and the second cap 140 may be formed of a transparent material. Therefore, the experimenter can easily confirm that the specimen is suspended in the test solution accommodated therein through the container body (110).

The container body 110 includes a leak prevention unit 113. Leakage prevention portion 113 may be formed to extend toward the interior of the container body 110 from one side of the container body (110). For example, the leakage preventing part 113 may extend from the inner circumference of the second opening 112 to face inwardly of the container body 110. That is, the sample stick 141 installed in the second cap part 140 may be inserted into the container body 110 by passing through the leakage preventing part 113.

At this time, the leakage preventing portion 113 may be formed so that the diameter of the cross section of the leakage preventing portion 113 toward the one side. Leakage preventing portion 113 may be formed such that the diameter of the cross section of the leakage preventing portion 113 toward the inner direction of the container body (110). That is, the leakage preventing portion 113 formed inside the second opening 112 may be formed so that the diameter of the cross section becomes smaller toward the first opening 111, and the leakage preventing portion 113 has a trapezoidal cross section. It can be formed as.

The diameter of the end of the leakage preventing portion 113 may be formed larger than the diameter of the sample stick (141). The leakage preventing part 113 has a smaller cross section toward the inner direction of the container body 110, and when the sample stick 141 passes through the leakage preventing part 113, the leakage preventing part 113 is Since the opening of the terminal becomes narrow, it is possible to effectively prevent leakage of the test solution or the suspension solution in which the sample and the test solution are mixed into the second opening 112 of the container body 110.

The housing coupling part 120 may be formed by being drawn in the inner direction of the container body 110 on one surface of the container body 110. The housing coupling part 120 may be coupled to the strip housing 150.

The housing coupling part 120 includes a through part 121 formed corresponding to the position of the punching part 152 of the strip housing part 150 to be described below. The through part 121 may have a thinner thickness than other parts of the housing coupling part 120. Therefore, the experimenter can easily insert the punching portion 152 by drilling a predetermined portion of the penetrating portion 121.

The first cap portion 130 may be coupled to one side of the container body (110). The first cap 130 may be coupled to the container body 110 to cover the first opening 111 of the container body 110. At this time, the first cap 130 is screwed to the container body 110 may be selectively detachable to the container body 110, the present invention is the first cap 130 is selectively detachable to the container body (110) It includes all possible configurations, and is not limited to the above examples. The first cap portion 130 covers the first opening 111 of the container body 110 to prevent the test solution or the sample solution contained in the container body 110 from leaking through the first opening 111. Can be.

The first cap portion 130 has an outlet 131a which is formed to extend in one direction of the first cap portion 130 and is formed therein, and an outlet portion 131 and an outlet portion 131 in which one side of the outlet 131a is sealed. It may further include a cutting guide portion 132 formed on the outer surface of the.

The discharge part 131 may be formed in the first cap part 130 to be parallel to the longitudinal direction of the sample stick 141. That is, the discharge part 131 may be formed to face the outer direction of the container body (110). At this time, the discharge part 131 is sealed on one side of the discharge port (131a) while the test solution or the test solution is mixed with the sample and the test solution in the interior of the container body 110 is the sample solution is the first solution of the container body 110 Leakage into the opening 111 can be prevented.

The cutting guide portion 132 may be formed along the outer peripheral surface of the discharge portion 131. The cutting guide part 132 may be formed by being introduced into the outer surface of the discharge part 131 by a predetermined depth so as to face the discharge hole 131a formed in the discharge part 131. That is, a predetermined portion of the discharge portion 131 in which the cutting guide portion 132 is formed has a weaker strength than the portion of the other discharge portion 131 in which the cutting guide portion 132 is not formed, and thus the discharge portion 131 is formed. The predetermined portion may be cut along the cutting guide portion 132. The first cap 130 is a predetermined portion of the discharge portion 131 is cut along the cutting guide portion 132 to discharge the sample solution contained in the container body 110 by opening the discharge port (131a).

For example, when a pressure is applied to the container body 110 from the user while the outlet 131a is opened, it may be discharged through the only open outlet 131a in the sample container assembly 100 for diagnostic analysis. .

In this case, the first cap part 130 may further include a filter part 133 installed inside the first cap part 130 or inside the outlet 131a. The filter unit 133 may be installed inside the first cap 130 or the outlet 131a to filter the sludge contained in the sample solution discharged through the outlet 131a.

The filter unit 133 may be formed of ultra high molecular weight polyethylene (UHMW-PE), but is not limited thereto. The filter unit 133 may be formed of any material for effectively filtering the sludge contained in the sample solution. Therefore, the sludge can be prevented from being stuck inside the outlet 131a by the filter 133 effectively filtering the sludge.

The size of the plurality of fine holes formed in the filter unit 133 may be 70 to 150 μm (micrometers). Since the size of the micropores formed in the filter unit 133 is 70 to 150um, the amount of one drop of the sample solution discharged through the outlet 131a may be limited to 30 to 50 μl (microliter). Therefore, it is possible to prevent the sample solution contained in the container body 110 from being excessively discharged through the discharge port 131a.

The second cap portion 140 may be coupled to the other side of the container body (110). The second cap part 140 may be coupled to the container body 110 to cover the second opening 112 of the container body 110. At this time, the second cap portion 140 is screwed to the container body 110 may be selectively detachable to the container body 110, the present invention, the second cap portion 140 is selectively detachable to the container body 110. It includes all possible configurations, and is not limited to the above examples.

The second cap part 140 covers the second opening 112 of the container body 110 to prevent the test solution or the sample solution contained in the container body 110 from leaking through the second opening 112. Can be. That is, the leakage of the test solution or the sample solution contained in the container body 110 through the second opening 112 is prevented primarily through the leak prevention unit 113 and secondly prevented through the second cap part 140. As a result, the leakage of the test solution or the sample solution to the outside of the container body 110 can be effectively prevented.

The second cap portion 140 is installed inside and has a sample stick 141 that the sample is buried. One side of the sample stick 141 may be installed in the inner center of the second cap portion 140. The sample stick 141 may be installed in the second cap part 140 to face the inside of the container body 110. That is, the sample stick 141 may be installed in the second cap part 140 to be parallel to the longitudinal direction of the container body 110 and inserted into the container body 110.

The other side of the sample stick 141 may be buried in the sample to be tested. In this case, the sample burying the sample stick 141 may be in a solid state and may be in a liquid state. When the sample is in a solid state, the other side of the sample stick 141 may be formed in a bar shape such as a stick to easily bury the sample.

2 is a schematic view showing a state in which a sponge part 141a is coupled to one side of the sample stick 141 shown in FIG. 1 and a state in which the porous support part 160 is inserted into the sample container 110.

When the sample is in a liquid state, the sample stick 141 may include a sponge portion 141a on one side. The sponge part 141a may absorb a sample in a liquid state. The sample stick 141 can be easily transferred to the container body 110 in the liquid state by the sponge portion (141a) is installed on one side.

In this case, the specimen container assembly for diagnostic analysis further includes a porous support 160. The porous support 160 may be inserted into the container body 110. The porous support 160 may be inserted into the container body 110 to be disposed below the sponge 141a. The porous support part 160 may be formed by penetrating a plurality of holes 161 on one surface of the sponge part 141a contacting the porous support part 160. Therefore, the liquid sample absorbed in the sponge 141a can be easily discharged into the container body 110.

For example, the sponge portion 141a in which the liquid sample is absorbed may be inserted into the container body 110. When the second cap part 140 is screwed to the container body 110 in a state in which the sponge part 141a is inserted into the container body 110, the sponge part 141a and the porous support part 160 are connected to each other. The gap may be narrowed, and the sponge 141a may be compressed to the porous support 160. When the sponge part 141a is compressed to the porous support part 160, the sample absorbed by the sponge part 141a is discharged, and the discharged sample is transferred to the container body 110 through a plurality of holes 161 formed in the porous support part. Can be accommodated.

The strip housing 150 has a housing 151. The housing 151 may be inserted into the housing coupling part 120. At this time, the housing coupling portion 120 may be formed by protruding the fixed portion 122 a predetermined length. Therefore, the housing 151 can be prevented from being separated from the container body 110.

An analysis strip (not shown) may be inserted into the housing 151. In this case, the housing 151 may be formed of a first housing 151a in which the perforation part 152 is formed and a second housing 151b coupled to the first housing 151a to cover the first housing 151a. That is, the inside of the housing 151 by placing the analysis strip on one surface of the first housing 151a and engaging the second housing 151b to cover one surface of the first housing 151a. The assay strip can be easily inserted into the

On the other hand, the housing 151 may be formed in the opening and closing portion (not shown) to be selectively opened and closed on one surface. By selectively opening and closing the housing 151 by the opening and closing part, the analysis strip can be easily inserted into the interior of the housing 151.

The strip housing 150 includes a perforation 152. The perforation part 152 may be integrally formed on one surface of the housing 151. Perforations 152 may be formed so that the ends are pointed. Therefore, the perforation part 152 may easily perforate a predetermined portion of the through part 121.

The perforated portion 152 may have a stepped portion 152a formed at a predetermined position. The stepped portion 152a may be formed in the perforated portion 152 to have a predetermined height. For example, the perforation part 152 may be formed so that the position where the stepped part 152a is formed may be inserted into a predetermined depth, and the stepped part 152a may have a predetermined height by inserting a predetermined part of the perforated part 152 into the predetermined depth. It may be formed in the perforated portion 152 to have. The stepped part 152a may be locked to one surface of the through part 121 to fix the position of the perforated part 152 inserted into the through part 121.

The strip housing 150 has an absorbent pad 153. The absorbent pad 153 may be inserted into the perforation part 152. In this case, the perforation part 152 may be formed through a hole (not shown) through which the absorption pad 153 is inserted, and the hole may communicate with the inside of the housing 151.

The absorption pad 152 may be inserted into the perforation part 152, and one end of the absorption pad 152 may be configured to protrude into the housing 151 to contact the analysis strip. The position of the absorbent pad 153 may be fixed by a separate bonding means.

3 is a coupling state diagram illustrating a first coupling state in which the strip housing part 150 is coupled to the housing coupling part 120.

Referring to FIG. 3, one side of the housing 151 of the strip housing 150 may be inserted into the housing coupling part 120. In this case, the housing coupling part 120 may fix the position of the housing 151 inserted therein by the fixing part 122. The housing 151 may be moved to the lower side by rotating the other side with respect to one side inserted into the housing coupling part 120.

4 is a coupling state diagram illustrating a second coupling state in which the strip housing part 150 is coupled to the housing coupling part 120.

Referring to FIG. 4, when the housing 151 is rotated to the other side and moved downward, the housing 151 may be completely inserted into the housing coupling part 120. At this time, the perforated portion 152 of the strip housing 150 may pass through the through portion 121 of the housing coupling portion 120 may be inserted into the interior of the container body (110). The housing 151 is fixed to the first position by the fixing part 122 and the second position is fixed by the punching part 152 inserted into the container body 110 through the through part 121 so that the housing coupling part The position inserted in the 120 can be easily fixed.

When the puncturing part 152 is inserted into the container body 110, the puncturing part 152 may be contacted or locked to a predetermined portion of the sample solution accommodated in the container body 110.

At this time, when a predetermined portion of the perforated portion 152 is not in contact with or locked to the sample solution, the experimenter may press part of the container body. When the container body 110 is partially pressurized, the level of the sample solution contained therein may be increased. Therefore, the predetermined portion of the perforated portion 152 can be easily contacted or locked to the sample solution.

In addition, the perforation part 152 may include a sealing member 152b such as an o-ring disposed on one surface of the stepped part 152a. The sealing member 152b may be disposed on one surface of the stepped portion 152a. When the punching part 152 is inserted into the container body 110 by drilling the through part 121, the sealing member 152b disposed on one surface of the stepped part 152a is also inserted into the container body 110. Can be. That is, the sealing member 152b may be disposed between the stepped portion 152a and the through portion 122. Therefore, the sealing member 152b can prevent leakage of the test solution contained in the container body 110 from the hole formed in the penetrating portion 121 by the punching portion 152.

When a predetermined portion of the puncture portion 152 is in contact with or locked to the sample solution, the absorption pad 153 inserted into the puncture portion 152 may absorb the sample solution contained in the container body 110. In this case, as described above, one end of the absorbent pad 153 protrudes into the housing 151, so that one surface of the absorbent pad 130 may be in contact with an analysis strip inserted into the housing part 151. have. That is, the sample solution absorbed by the absorbent pad 153 may be delivered to the assay strip through the absorbent pad 153. Once the sample solution is delivered to the assay strip, analysis of the sample solution from the assay strip can be performed.

In this case, the strip housing 150 may have an inspection hole 154 formed on the other surface of the housing 151 opposite to one surface of the housing 151 in which the perforations 152 are formed. The inspection hole 154 may be formed through the housing 151. Therefore, the experimenter can easily confirm the result of analyzing the sample solution from the analysis strip through the inspection hole 154.

The diagnostic analysis sample container assembly 100 of the present invention can deliver the sample solution contained in the container body 110 to the analysis strip only by coupling the strip housing 150 to the housing coupling part 120. Therefore, the specimen container assembly for diagnostic analysis 100 allows to quickly proceed with the diagnosis using the sample solution.

In addition, in the diagnostic analysis sample container assembly 100 of the present invention, since the absorbent pad 153 that absorbs the sample solution does not absorb more than a predetermined amount of the sample solution, the sample solution may be always delivered to the analysis strip.

As mentioned above, although embodiments of the present invention have been described, those skilled in the art may add, change, delete, or add components within the scope not departing from the spirit of the present invention described in the claims. It will be understood that various modifications and variations can be made in the present invention, which are also within the scope of the present invention.

100: sample container assembly for diagnostic analysis
110: container body
120: housing coupling part
130: first cap
140: second cap portion
150: strip housing
160: porous support

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  1. The container body,
    A housing coupling part which is formed on one surface of the container body and drawn in the inner direction of the container body;
    A first cap part coupled to one side of the container body,
    A second cap part coupled to the other side of the container body and having a sample stick inserted therein;
    Is coupled to the housing coupling portion, comprising a strip housing for puncturing a predetermined portion of the housing coupling portion to absorb the sample solution contained in the interior of the container body,
    Sample container assembly for diagnostic analysis.
  2. The method of claim 1,
    The container body,
    One side of the container body extending toward the inside of the container body, having a leakage preventing portion that the diameter of the cross section is reduced toward the inside of the container body,
    Sample container assembly for diagnostic analysis.
  3. The method of claim 1,
    The container body is formed of at least one of polyethylene (PolyEthylene, PE) or ethylene vinyl acetate (Ethylene Vinyl Acetate, EVA),
    Sample container assembly for diagnostic analysis.
  4. The method of claim 1,
    Wherein the first cap portion comprises:
    An outlet formed therein is formed to extend in one direction of the first cap part, and an outlet part of which one side of the outlet is closed;
    With a cutting guide portion formed on the outer surface of the discharge portion,
    Sample container assembly for diagnostic analysis.
  5. 5. The method of claim 4,
    Wherein the first cap portion comprises:
    It includes a filter unit installed in the interior of the first cap portion or the discharge port,
    Sample container assembly for diagnostic analysis.
  6. The method of claim 5, wherein
    The size of the micropores formed in the filter portion is formed to 70 to 150μm,
    Sample container assembly for diagnostic analysis.
  7. The method according to claim 6,
    The amount of the solution discharged through the outlet by the size of the micro-pores formed in the filter unit is limited to 30 to 50μl,
    Sample container assembly for diagnostic analysis.
  8. The method of claim 5, wherein
    The filter unit is formed of Ultra High Molecular Weight PolyEthylene (UHMW-PE) material,
    Sample container assembly for diagnostic analysis.
  9. The method of claim 1,
    The sample stick has a sponge portion for absorbing a sample formed in a liquid state at the end,
    Sample container assembly for diagnostic analysis.
  10. The method of claim 9,
    The sponge is in contact with one surface, a plurality of holes are formed in one surface in contact with the sponge, further comprising a porous support inserted into the container body,
    Sample container assembly for diagnostic analysis.
  11. The method of claim 1,
    The strip housing portion,
    A housing inserted into the housing coupling part and inserted into the analysis strip;
    A perforation part formed on one surface of the housing and perforating a predetermined portion of the housing coupling part;
    Is inserted into the perforated portion, and absorbing the sample solution provided with an absorption pad for delivering the sample solution to the strip for diagnostic analysis,
    Sample container assembly for diagnostic analysis.
  12. The method of claim 11,
    The housing coupling portion is formed with a through portion in which the perforation portion is inserted corresponding to the position of the perforation portion,
    Sample container assembly for diagnostic analysis.
  13. 13. The method of claim 12,
    The through portion is formed thinner than the other portion of the housing coupling portion,
    Sample container assembly for diagnostic analysis.
  14. 13. The method of claim 12,
    The perforated part is formed with a stepped part that is caught on one surface of the through part,
    Sample container assembly for diagnostic analysis.
  15. 15. The method of claim 14,
    The perforated part is provided with a sealing member disposed on one surface of the stepped portion,
    Sample container assembly for diagnostic analysis.
  16. The method of claim 11,
    The housing is formed with a check hole for confirming the analysis strip on the other surface opposite to one surface on which the perforation is formed,
    Sample container assembly for diagnostic analysis.
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