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The automated chemistry analyzer is used to perform a series of diagnostic functions, such as routine analysis of albumin, creatinine, glucose, bilirubin and inorganic phosphorus. These are also used for analysis to assess thyroid function, blood lipids, therapeutic drugs, drugs of abuse, etc. The fully automated chemistry analyzer can perform various research functions at a faster speed and provide results in the shortest time.In today's constantly changing medical environment, laboratories around the world are facing the challenge of improving patient care and reducing operating costs. A good automated chemistry analyzer helps laboratories achieve their goals and effectively manage resources without compromising quality.Let’s find more.
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Health problem addressed by a automated chemistry analyzer
Product description of automated chemistry analyzer
The operation principles of automated chemistry analyzer
The operating steps
Test whole blood, serum, plasma or urine samples to determine the concentration of analytes (such as cholesterol, electrolytes, glucose, calcium), provide certain hematological values (such as hemoglobin concentration, prothrombin time), and detect certain Some therapeutic drugs (such as theophylline) help diagnose and treat many diseases, including diabetes, cancer, AIDS, venereal disease, hepatitis, kidney disease, fertility, and thyroid problems.
The automated chemical analyzer can be a desktop device or on a cart; other systems require sufficient space. They are used to determine the concentration of certain metabolites, electrolytes, proteins and/or drugs in serum, plasma, urine, cerebrospinal fluid and/or other body fluid samples. Insert the sample into the slot or load the tray, and then program the test via the keyboard or barcode scanner. Reagents may be stored in the analyzer, and water may be required to clean internal parts. The results are displayed on the screen, usually with a port to connect to a printer and/or computer.
After the sample is loaded into the tray, the pipette sucks in a small sample accurately measured and discharges it into the reaction vessel; the measuring volume of the diluent flushes the pipette. The reagents are dispensed into the reaction vessel. After mixing the solution (incubate if necessary), or using a colorimeter, measure the absorbance of the solution while it is still in the reaction vessel; or suck the solution into the flow cell and measure its absorbance in the flow cell with a flow colorimeter . The analyzer then calculates the chemical concentration of the analyte.
The operator loads the sample tube into the automated chemical analyzer; reagents may need to be loaded or already stored in the instrument. The barcode scanner will read the test instructions from the label of each test tube, or the operator may have to program the required test. After running the required test, the results can be displayed on the screen, printed out, stored in the analyzer's memory, and/or transferred to a computer
Operators should be aware of the risk of exposure to potentially infectious blood-borne pathogens during the test, and should take general precautions, including wearing gloves, face masks or masks and gowns.
In conclusion, the automated chemistry analyzer is an instrument that uses the light yellow supernatant (serum) of centrifuged blood or urine samples to cause reactions with reagents to measure various components, such as sugar, cholesterol, protein, and enzymes. These tests are used in daily health checkups or in hospitals. These results provide objective data for early detection and diagnosis of diseases, as well as indicating the effectiveness of treatment and the prognosis of patients.
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