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    Electrolyte Analyzer, Dubai

    An electrolyte analyzer is a medical device designed to measure and analyze the concentration of electrolytes in body fluids, typically blood. Electrolytes are essential minerals and ions that carry an electric charge and play a crucial role in various physiological functions, including maintaining fluid balance, regulating blood pH, and supporting nerve and muscle function.

    The main electrolytes measured by an electrolyte analyzer include:

    1. Sodium (Na+):

      • Important for maintaining fluid balance, nerve function, and muscle contraction.
    2. Potassium (K+):

      • Essential for nerve and muscle cell function, including heart muscle.
    3. Chloride (Cl-):

      • Often measured alongside sodium; important for fluid balance and maintaining blood pressure.
    4. Calcium (Ca2+):

      • Crucial for bone health, blood clotting, and nerve function.
    5. Bicarbonate (HCO3-):

      • A component of the body’s buffering system, important for maintaining blood pH.
    6. Magnesium (Mg2+):

      • Essential for muscle and nerve function, as well as bone health.


    Electrolyte analyzers use various methods to measure electrolyte concentrations in biological samples, such as blood or serum. Common techniques include ion-selective electrodes (ISE), flame photometry, and colorimetry.

    Key features of electrolyte analyzers include:

    • Accuracy and Precision: Reliable measurement of electrolyte concentrations is crucial for clinical decision-making.

    • Throughput: The number of samples that can be processed in a given time period.

    • Sample Size: The amount of biological sample required for analysis.

    • Ease of Use: User-friendly interfaces and automated features enhance efficiency.

    • Calibration: Regular calibration is necessary to ensure accurate results.

    • Maintenance: The analyzer should be easy to clean and maintain to minimize downtime.

    • Quality Control: Systems often include features for quality control to monitor and verify the accuracy of results.

    Electrolyte analyzers are commonly used in hospitals, clinics, and laboratories as part of routine diagnostic testing, especially in cases of electrolyte imbalances, dehydration, kidney diseases, and other medical conditions. The results from these analyzers aid healthcare professionals in diagnosing and managing a variety of health conditions.

    uRIT 910C PLUS

    Product description

    Test 6 parameters with 45 seconds: K, Na,Cl, Ca, pH, only use 100ul sample;

    Individual reagent optional,cost-effective;

    Friendly operation with touch screen;

    Auto sampling tray (25 positions)available;

    Intelligent bubble detection

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