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Introduction to Semi-Auto Biochemistry Analyzers

In the world of modern medical diagnostics, Semi-Auto Biochemistry Analyzers step into the spotlight as indispensable tools. Often referred to as Semi Auto Analyzers, these devices seamlessly blend technology with precision, reshaping the landscape of biochemical testing across diverse biological samples, encompassing blood and urine. Table of Contents Unveiling the Working Principle: At the heart of the biochemistry analyzer machine, exemplified by the EM 200, lies a profound working principle that propels its functionality. Operating through the principle of end-point method in biochemistry, this analyzer orchestrates a choreography of precise processes, effortlessly combining samples with reagents to orchestrate chemical reactions. This choreography, meticulously automated,

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EM88A Chemistry Analyzer


what is the kinetic reaction method? The kinetic reaction method is an analysis method used in clinical chemistry to determine the difference in absorbance between two points of the progression of a reaction. Here, we use a specified time period for this determination. We should assume this determination; a constant amount of product forms during the time interval being monitored. Usually, we consider a short time period (20 seconds to 1 minute). That is to avoid any effect comes from enzyme degradation during the progression of the reaction. Before starting the reaction, we should perform a pre-incubation in order to avoid any interferences comes

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EM480 Fully Automated Clinical Chemistry Analyzer

what is biochemistry analyzer?

what is biochemistry analyzer? A biochemical analyzer is a commonly used medical device that evaluates organ function and disease status by testing specific chemical components in the blood. A variety of biochemical indicators can be measured by the analyzer, including: Liver function indicators: alanine transaminase, aspartate transaminase, alkaline phosphatase, total bilirubin, direct bilirubin, total protein, and albumin. Kidney function indicators: creatinine, blood urea nitrogen, uric acid, and carbon dioxide binding capacity. Blood lipid indicators: total cholesterol, triglycerides, high-density lipoprotein cholesterol, and low-density lipoprotein cholesterol. Blood glucose indicators: blood glucose. The biochemical analyzer typically employs the principle of photometric colorimetry, which involves inducing a color

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semi biochemistry analyzer

What is a semi auto chemistry analyzer?

What is a Semi Auto Chemistry Analyzer? In the world of clinical laboratory science, automated diagnostic equipment has revolutionized the way lab work is done. One such equipment is the semi-auto chemistry analyzer. In this article, we will explore the basics of semi-auto chemistry analyzers, including their functionality, uses, and advantages. Introduction Medical laboratories play a crucial role in the healthcare industry, providing essential diagnostic tests that aid in the detection, diagnosis, and treatment of diseases. With the advances in technology, the laboratory equipment has evolved to become more sophisticated and automated. One of these innovations is the semi-auto chemistry analyzer, a diagnostic tool

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