Em6100 cbc machine

The EM6100 three-part hematology analyzer is engineered for clinics prioritizing quality and precision in patient care. It excels in accurately analyzing even special abnormal samples, ensuring top diagnostic precision essential for effective treatment. This robust machine can process a high volume of tests efficiently, with a throughput of 60 samples per hour and a large capacity for data storage.

Equipped with dedicated PC software, the EM6100 facilitates enhanced printout capabilities, allowing for clear and comprehensive reporting. This feature supports thorough data analysis and seamless communication within medical teams.

Furthermore, the EM6100 is known for its best-in-class service and quality, offering reliability that clinics can depend on. Its durable design and advanced technology make it the ideal choice for healthcare settings that demand the highest standards of laboratory performance.

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  • High Throughput Capability: Processes up to 60 samples per hour, optimizing lab productivity.
  • Advanced User Interface: Features a 10.4-inch color touch screen display, ensuring easy navigation and operation.
  • Minimal Sample Requirement: Efficiently uses a minimum of 9µl of whole blood to perform comprehensive tests.
  • Extensive Data Management: Equipped with large storage capacity for up to 500,000 results, facilitating effective record-keeping and data analysis.
  • Precision in Diagnostics: Provides accurate counting of blood cells and hemoglobin, supporting reliable diagnostic outcomes.
  • Comprehensive Testing Range: Capable of detecting up to 21 parameters, enhancing the analyzer’s diagnostic capabilities.
  • Safety and Reliability: Includes an alarm system for abnormal blood components, improving patient care through early detection.
  • Technological Sophistication: Utilizes leading-edge technology to identify internal problems, ensuring consistent performance.
  • Operational Efficiency: Designed for ease of use, significantly enhancing medical efficiency and workflow in clinical settings.

EM6100 Hematology Analyzer: Standard Operating Procedure

A. Power Requirements

  • Ensure the analyzer is connected to a properly earthed ground.
  • Use only the specified type and size of fuse.
  • Verify that the input voltage is correct before powering on the analyzer.

B. Environmental Requirements

  • Temperature: Operate within 10℃ to 40℃; optimal performance at 15℃ to 30℃.
  • Humidity: 20% to 85% non-condensing.
  • Atmospheric Pressure: 70 kPa to 106 kPa.
  • Conditions: Avoid dust, mechanical vibrations, contamination, loud noises, and strong electromagnetic fields.
  • Placement: Install the analyzer indoors on a level surface away from direct sunlight, heat sources, and drafts. Ensure the environment is well-ventilated.

Operation Guide and Maintenance

  1. Pre-Startup Check
    • Ensure sufficient reagent levels, check for turbidity or deterioration, and confirm that reagent tubes are not bent.
    • Verify correct connections to external devices and the power source.
  2. Startup and Login
    • If connected to a printer, switch it on first.
    • Power on the analyzer using the switch at the back and log in with your credentials at the User Login dialog to access the main interface.
  3. Background Checking
    • The analyzer performs an automatic background test upon startup.
    • Check that the background values meet specified requirements (WBC ≤ 0.210^9/L, RBC ≤ 0.0210^12/L, HGB ≤ 1g/L, PLT ≤ 5*10^9/L, HCT ≤ 0.5%). If the background count fails twice, an ‘Abnormal background’ alarm will trigger. Refer to the troubleshooting chapter in the manual for resolution.
  4. Daily Quality Control
    • Run daily QC analysis before processing samples to ensure reliable results. Refer to the QC chapter in the operator’s manual for detailed procedures.
  5. Select Work Mode
    • Choose between ‘Whole Blood’ and ‘Pre-diluted’ modes in the ‘Sample Analysis’ interface.
    • Enter sample information directly or via sample ID, then save settings by clicking ‘OK’.
  6. Sample Analysis
    • Whole Blood Mode: Mix the sample with EDTAK2 or EDTAK3 anticoagulant, place it under the probe, and press the [aspirate] key for automatic aspiration.
    • Pre-diluted Mode: Use the ‘Dilute’ button to prepare the diluent in a clean tube, avoiding splashes and bubbles. Add 20μL of blood, mix well, and place it under the probe for automatic aspiration.
  7. Standby Mode
    • The analyzer enters standby automatically after a period of inactivity. Perform non-fluidics operations in this mode and exit standby by pressing the [aspirate] key.
  8. Shutdown
    • To shut down, click the ‘Shutdown’ button, confirm at the prompt, and then turn off the power to the analyzer and any connected devices. Empty and properly dispose of waste from the waste container.
  9. Troubleshooting
    • For errors, click on the error information area at the bottom right of the screen to access help, or consult the troubleshooting chapter in the manual.
  10. Regular Maintenance
  • Daily: Perform a normal shutdown and clean the probe.
  • Monthly: Clean the external surface and probe block with 75% alcohol.
  • Biweekly Inactivity: Use the Pack-up function and turn off the analyzer if not used for more than two weeks.

This streamlined procedure will ensure the EM6100 Hematology Analyzer operates efficiently and continues to provide reliable results.

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Weight36 kg
Dimensions20 × 15 × 50 cm