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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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EM7100, 5-Part Hematology Analyzer

Simplified Operating Guidelines for the EM7100 5-Part Auto Hematology Analyzer

Daily maintenance After every day’s worktime. 1, Function-Service-Maintenance-Maintain-Flush 2, Burn WBC Aperture & RBC Aperture 3, Inverted Flush WBC Aperture & RBC Aperture Weekly maintenance Function-Service-Maintenance-Clean-Clean sample probe Function-Service-Maintenance-Maintain-Soakall Monthly maintenance One time calibration per month. Path: Function-Calibrate-Calibrator Ensure the analyzer will be turned on at least one time per week. Empty the fludics, system if the analyzer will not be used for more than 7 days. Function -Service -Device maintain -Empty fluidics parts of EM7100 5 part auto hematology analyzer

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Routine maintenance of EM-3200 automatic blood cell analyzer

Power on 1.1 After power on, the machine will confirm whether the blank count is qualified: WBC≤0.3, RBC≤0.03, HGB≤1, PLT≤10. (Each time the instrument is turned on, the instrument will automatically do it once. You can also press the “Blank Count” button on the sample analysis interface to st art the blank count.)  1.2 The sample test can only be performed if the blank counts are qualified. If the blank count fails, you can perform the “cleaning” or “strong cleaning” procedure on the service interface to clean the pipeline. Power off Press the “Shutdown” icon in the lower left corner of the screen, select “Shutdown”

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EM6100 Hematology Analyzer: Standard Operating Procedure

EM6100 three-part hematology analyzer Standard Operating Procedure A. Power requirement B. Environment requirement Operation Guide and maintenance 1. Checking before powering on Check whether the reagent is sufficient, turbidity and deterioration, and the reagent tube is bent. Check whether the analyzer is connected to external device correctly.Check whether the power connection is correct. 2. Startup and Login If the analyzer connects to printer, turn on the printer switch. Then turn on the power switch at the back of the analyzer. When the User Login dialog box is displayed, input the user name and password to enter main interface. 3. Background Checking The analyzer does background test automatically when turning on. The system enters the ‘sample analysis ‘interface by default and displays the background value after the startup procedure ends, check whether the result meets the following requirements: WBC≤0.2*109/L, RBC≤0.02*1012/L, HGB≤1g/L, PLT≤5*109/L, HCT≤0.5%The background count is performed automatically by the analyzer during the startup process. If the first background count does not pass, the background count will be performed again, if the background count does not pass twice, the analyzer will alarm ‘Abnormal background’, follow the chapter 11 Troubleshooting in the operator’s manual to deal it. 4. Daily Quality Control Before running samples, run daily QC analysis on the analyzer to ensure reliable analysis results. (Refer to Chapter 7 QC in the operator’s manual for details) 5. Select the work mode 6. Sample Analysis Whole Blood Mode Pre-diluted Mode 7. Standby When the fluidics system stops working for time which is set at the setting screen, the analyzer will enter the standby status automatically. At this time, you can also perform the operations not involving the fluidics.When the analyzer is on the standby, you can press [aspirate] key to exit the standby mode.

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Operating and Maintaining EM3000T Electrolyte Analyzer: Standard Procedures

Power-on Make sure reagent pack has installed in the EM3000T Make sure all pump tubes installed in the correct position Make sure all electrodes are installed in correct positions and connect with aspiration tubes. The bubbles of electrodes filling solution must be on the top of all electrodes. Make sure the printer paper is installed in the correct position Turn on the electrolyte analyzer Confirm the self-check can succeed(in green) and then machine ready for testing Preparing samples Make sure samples without hemolysis Make sure sample doesnot have any substance which might affect the tests results Before testing, make sure the testing samples are restored to room temperature Once the blood sample centrifugation, start measurement as soon as possible.

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3 part hematology analyzer

Upgrade your lab’s productivity with Eastmed’s double chamber hematology analyzer. This cost-effective solution offers a 60 samples per hour throughput, a low maintenance design, and a user-friendly 10.4 inch touch screen for reliable performance.

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Em6100 Hematology Analyzer Machine China

best 3-part hematology analyzers in market

 Hematology analyzers are instruments used to analyze blood samples to determine the number and types of cells present in the blood. A 3-part hematology analyzer is an instrument that analyzes blood to determine the number and types of three blood cells: red blood cells (RBCs), white blood cells (WBCs), and platelets. There are many 3-part hematology analyzers available on the market, but some stand out as the best. Here are three of the best 3-part hematology analyzers: Sysmex XP-300: The Sysmex XP-300 is a high-performance, automated 3-part hematology analyzer. It uses a unique technology called fluorescent flow cytometry to accurately count and differentiate

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