Specimen Cup Urine (front)
Specimen Cup Urine (back)
Specimen Cup Stool (front)
Specimen Cup Stool (back)
Specimen Cup Urine (front)
Specimen Cup Urine (back)
Specimen Cup Stool (front)
Specimen Cup Stool (back)
*Packaging color may differ according to distribution region.

Specimen Cup

AccuQuik™ Diagnostic Detection
A Specimen Cup is a container for collecting and storing biological specimens. AdvaCare Pharma manufactures specimen cups at its globally distributed facilities, which hold ISO and CE accreditations.





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What is a Specimen Cup?

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A Specimen Cup is a container that has been specially designed for collecting and storing biological specimens for laboratory testing and analysis. Collection cups are often used in medical, diagnostic, and research settings, and they provide patients or individuals with a leak-proof container to collect samples.

This type of cup is also called a urine collection cup or stool collection cup, depending on its design.

AdvaCare Pharma manufactures Specimen Cups in ISO and CE-certified facilities located in India, China, and the USA. Every production factory undergoes routine inspections to ensure strict compliance with healthcare standards and the highest levels of quality and safety.

Product Specifications


Specimen cups can be used to collect and store various types of biological materials, including urine specimens, stool specimens, sputum specimens, and histology samples.

Specimen collection cups are available in 4 sizes and volume capacities for the different specimen collection requirements. These cups feature color-coded caps and are available with or without a security tab label. The stool specimen cup is equipped with a screw top and a built-in scoop for easy sample collection.

Why are we a leading Specimen Cup manufacturer?

AdvaCare Pharma is a reputable and leading manufacturer of Specimen Cups. Our company offers an extensive range of over 4,000 globally recognized pharmaceuticals, medical devices, supplements, and veterinary products. To ensure the quality of the AccuQuik™ diagnostic detection devices, we adhere to stringent CE and ISO regulations at our production facilities.

AdvaCare Pharma's approach to supply chain management is systematic and data-driven. This helps optimize our resources, which delivers greater value to our clients and end-users. Our worldwide partners include hospitals, pharmacies, distributors, NGOs, and government institutions.


What is a Specimen Cup used for?

It's used to collect and store bodily fluids or specimens, such as urine or stool.

How is a Specimen Cup used?

After a specific volume of bodily fluid is collected directly into the cup, it should be securely sealed to prevent leaking during transportation.

A healthcare provider or laboratory technician will provide specific instructions depending on the type of specimen needed for collection.

How should Specimen Cup be disposed of after use?

It is advised to refer to the appropriate guidelines and regulations for medical waste disposal. Generally, used speculums should be placed in a designated container for medical waste disposal.

What are the storage recommendations for Specimen Cups?

It's recommended to store specimen cups in a cool and dry location, out of direct sunlight.


Can the Specimen Cup be used for different types of samples?

The specimen cups can be used for various types of samples, including stool, sputum, and urine.

Should a sterile or non-sterile collection cup be used?

Sterile specimen cups are often used for situations where maintaining a sterile environment is crucial, such as collecting samples for microbiological testing or cultures. These collection cups have been individually packaged and sealed to ensure sterility until use. Non-sterile specimen cups may be used when sterility is not necessary, such as collecting non-infectious samples or for general storage purposes.

What is the recommended use of each size of Specimen Cup?

It's important to consider the specific requirements of the test or analysis being performed. Generally, the 30ml collection cup is commonly used for collecting urine samples during a routine urine test or for basic diagnostic purposes. The 60ml size is more often recommended for urine collection when a larger sample volume is needed, including for more extensive laboratory testing or when multiple tests are necessary. The 90ml specimen cup is ideal for various types of samples, including urine and stool. The larger volume capacity is suitable for comprehensive laboratory analysis or when repeat testing may be necessary. The 120ml specimen cup is ideal for special circumstances that require a higher volume of sample for analysis, including some types of research studies or diagnostic tests.

*Regulatory compliance may vary according to production standard, import requirements and/or manufacturing origin.

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