As the name suggests, this automated analyzer can differentiate 3 WBC types like neutrophils, lymphocytes, and monocytes, which meets the high standards clinical laboratories expect and require.
The 3-part differential automated hematology analyzers are ideally suited for physician office laboratories, clinics, and small hospitals that perform moderately complex testing. Built on reliable technology, the 3-part differential analyzers feature simple operation, minimal maintenance, and compact, space-saving designs.
Coagulation analyzers provide the measurement of blood platelet levels in a fast and simple process. A coagulation test could provide diagnostic prevention from potentially heart-attack-inducing blood clots.
This coagulation analyzer makes the testing process automated in low to medium-volume laboratories. Its compact size requires less space, yet it is filled with easy-to-use features. The $sku$ provides fast and reliable results and does not require the operator to be formally trained. Routine testing or testing for specialty assays is easy to do.
Electrolyte analyzers are used in hospital and reference laboratories and also point of care settings. Most electrolyte analyzers use blood plasma, serum, or urine samples; some analyzers can use whole blood (for faster turnaround time) and cerebrospinal fluid (CSF). Automated Electrolytes are measured using ion-selective electrodes (ISE) and colorimetric and photometric techniques. Most electrolyte analyzers are capable of high throughput ranging from 400 to 2400 tests per hour.
The erythrocyte sedimentation rate, also known as the ESR or sed rate, is a clinical lab test that measures the rate at which red blood cells in whole blood descend into a standardized tube, reported as mm per hour. This test is used to measure inflammation as inflamed red blood cells settle quickly relative to normal blood cells. Thus, a high ESR can be indicative of elevated inflammation, though other conditions such as anemia, renal failure, and obesity can increase the ESR rate as well.
Fully Automatic Digital Stool Analyzer is a device for batch processing and analysis of stool sample, which vastly increase the doctor's work efficiency, avoid a high rate of miss&false test, and the hospital's lab biosafety can also be fully ensured, as well as the test result can be digitalized, stored and transferred in the hospital's PC&LIS/HIS system.
The hemorheology analyzer is capable of reflecting blood thickness, blood viscosity, and aggregation of blood cells. Also, it can monitor if there are potential formation elements of hypertension, hyperlipidemia, and diabetes.