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    Biochemistry analyzer machine in Dubai, UAE

    A biochemistry analyzer, also known as a clinical chemistry analyzer, is a medical laboratory device used to analyze and quantify various chemicals and substances in biological samples. These analyzers play a crucial role in diagnosing and monitoring various medical conditions, including metabolic disorders, kidney function, liver function, and more. Biochemistry analyzers are widely used in clinical laboratories, hospitals, and other healthcare settings. Here are some key features and aspects of biochemistry analyzers:
     
    1. Complete Blood Chemistry:
       – Biochemistry analyzers perform a comprehensive analysis of blood chemistry, measuring a range of parameters, including:
          – Glucose
          – Lipids (cholesterol, triglycerides)
          – Enzymes (e.g., liver enzymes, cardiac enzymes)
          – Electrolytes (sodium, potassium, chloride)
          – Kidney function markers (creatinine, blood urea nitrogen)
          – Proteins (total protein, albumin, globulins)
          – Bilirubin
          – Coagulation markers
     
    2. Automation:
       – These analyzers are highly automated, capable of handling multiple samples simultaneously with minimal manual intervention.
     
    3. Sample Types:
       – Biochemistry analyzers can analyze various types of biological samples, including blood, serum, plasma, urine, and cerebrospinal fluid.
     
    4. Principles of Operation:
       – Different methods are used for analysis, including colorimetry, turbidimetry, immunoassays, and enzymatic methods.
     
    5. High Throughput:
       – Depending on the model, biochemistry analyzers can process a large number of samples in a short period, making them suitable for high-throughput laboratories.
     
    6. User-Friendly Interface:
       – These analyzers typically have user-friendly interfaces for easy input of parameters, result interpretation, and data management.
     
    7. Quality Control:
       – Biochemistry analyzers include built-in quality control features to ensure the accuracy and reliability of results.
     
    8. Data Management:
       – They often come with data management systems that store and retrieve patient information and test results.
     
    9. Calibration and Maintenance:
       – Regular calibration and maintenance are essential to ensure accurate and consistent performance.
     
    10. Specialized Assays:
        – Some biochemistry analyzers are capable of running specialized assays and immunoassays for specific markers or hormones.
     
    11. Integration with Laboratory Information Systems (LIS):
        – Biochemistry analyzers can integrate with LIS for seamless data management and reporting.
     
    12. Point-of-Care Analyzers:
        – Some smaller and portable biochemistry analyzers are designed for point-of-care testing in settings such as clinics or doctor’s offices.
     
    It’s important to note that the features and specifications of biochemistry analyzers can vary among different models and manufacturers. When selecting a biochemistry analyzer, factors such as the laboratory’s testing needs, sample volume, and budget should be considered. Additionally, adherence to regulatory standards and quality assurance practices is crucial for reliable and accurate results

    CA - 810B

    Product description

    Constant 810 T/H, 1200 T/H with ISE

    User friendly interface, tailor-made

    High system reliability

    Minimal intervention demands

    uRIT - 8210

    Product description

    Random Access, 330T/H;

    90 reaction cuvettes, 60 reagent positions,71 sample positions, including detergent position, standard positions, QCpositions, STAT positions;

    High accuracy grating optical system;

    Durable ceramic syringes, 3 unattachedprobes, 2 high performance mixers;

    24 hours non-stop water cycle coolingsystem to keep the reagent at 2-8;

    Air bath heating for the 37incubation;

    SupportLIS interface

    cA-200

    Product description

    Benchtop compact design
    Random access, constant 200 T/H, 350 T/H with ISE
    48 reaction cuvettes, 30 sample positions, 60 reagent positions including detergent , standard, QC and STAT positions
    Durable ceramic syringes, 1 sample & reagent probe, 1 high-performance stirrer
    24 hours non-stop cooling system to keep sample and reagent at 2-8℃
    100μL minimum reaction volume
    Fully sealed high resolution 12 filters optical system with strong intensity halogen lamp
    Air bath heating incubation system
    Bi-directional LIS/HIS
    Probe & washing collision protection

    URIT - 880

    Product description

    Friendly operation with 7 inch colorfultouch screen;

    Sophisticated software, large memorycapacity;

    High-quality filter & close opticalsystem;

    Convenient maintenance design;

    8 incubation positions

    Chemistry Reagents

    The most common biochemistry tests, also known as routine or basic metabolic panel tests, are regularly ordered in clinical practice to assess overall health, organ function, and to screen for common medical conditions. These tests provide valuable information about various biochemical parameters in the blood. Here are some of the most common biochemistry tests:

    Complete Blood Count (CBC): Parameters: Includes red blood cell count (RBC), white blood cell count (WBC), hemoglobin, hematocrit, platelet count, and differential white blood cell count. Purpose: Screens for anemia, infection, and other blood disorders.

    Blood Glucose Test: Parameters: Measures the concentration of glucose in the blood. Purpose: Screens for diabetes and monitors glucose control.
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    Lipid Profile:. Parameters: Includes total cholesterol, low-density lipoprotein (LDL), high-density lipoprotein (HDL), and triglycerides. Purpose: Assesses cardiovascular risk..
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    Liver Function Tests (LFTs): Parameters: Includes alanine aminotransferase (ALT), aspartate aminotransferase (AST), alkaline phosphatase (ALP), bilirubin, and albumin. Purpose: Evaluates liver health and function..
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    Renal Function Tests: Parameters: Includes blood urea nitrogen (BUN), creatinine, and electrolytes (sodium, potassium, chloride). Purpose: Assesses kidney function..
    Electrolyte Panel: Parameters: Measures levels of sodium, potassium, chloride, and bicarbonate. Purpose: Evaluates electrolyte balance..
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    Protein Tests: Parameters: Includes total protein, albumin, and globulin. Purpose: Assesses nutritional status and liver function..
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    Thyroid Function Tests: Parameters: Includes thyroid-stimulating hormone (TSH), thyroxine (T4), and triiodothyronine (T3). Purpose: Evaluates thyroid gland function..
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    Hemoglobin A1c (HbA1c): Parameter: Measures the average blood glucose levels over the past 2-3 months. Purpose: Used in diabetes management..
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    Coagulation Profile: Parameters: Includes prothrombin time (PT), activated partial thromboplastin time (APTT), and international normalized ratio (INR). Purpose: Assesses blood clotting function. These tests are often included in routine health check-ups and are part of the standard diagnostic workup for many medical conditions. They provide a broad overview of a person's health status, and abnormal results may prompt further investigation or more specialized testing. It's important to note that the specific tests ordered may vary based on individual health concerns, medical history, and the clinical judgment of healthcare providers.

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