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      Choosing biochemical analyzers for laboratories

      In the last few decades, laboratory diagnostics has been developing at high speed. This is a reason that many diagnostic methods appeared, differing in their nature and cost. The most popular in medical institutions are methods, determining the main biochemical parameters, such as:

      • blood plasma ferments;
      • blood serum;
      • blood plasma electrolytes;
      • major metabolites;
      • blood sugar level.

      Special technologies, based on spectrophotometry, are used for such studies.

      Special equipment

      Biochemical analyzers of three types are used for these studies:

      • semi-automatic;
      • automatic;
      • spectrophotometer.

      The first equipment type requires minimum participation of an operator. It is necessary to mix the chemical reagents and prepare the samples. The devices automatically determine the order of input of recording cards, calibration instruments and controls. The device only produces inquiries for analyses. The results are calculated according to algorithms, set up by the lab workers, and shown on the display.
      Automatic biochemical blood analyzer is considered to be the most convenient and progressive device. All the lab worker needs to do is to control the programming of tests. Also the operator has to input the order of the testing: quantity of samples analyzed and sequence of parameter evaluation. Automatic mode is used for:

      • mixing and dosing of chemical reagents;
      • input of the reaction mixture into analysis zones;
      • calculation of results.

      When working with spectrophotometers, operators perform most actions manually, including:

      • mixing of chemical reagents;
      • mixing of samples;
      • input of samples;
      • programming the sequence of testing.

      In most cases this is not convenient, especially considering the amount of time it takes.

      Advantages of automatic models

      Comparing automatic models with manual (spectrophotometers) or semi-automatic analogs, you will definitely choose automatic. They are characterized with high speed of sample processing and impressive capacity.
      These devices need minimum amounts of chemical reagents as they are mixed and input automatically.
      In order to choose a suitable model, pay special attention to the following parameters:

      • mode and test access sequence;
      • constructional peculiarities of reactive center and reagents unit;
      • load possibilities.

      Also evaluate ergonomic parameters and ease of use of the device.

      How to buy suitable equipment

      BiMedis offers a wide choice of new and used machines, a convenient interface and optimal prices. The intuitive built-in search system will help you find medical equipment, based on your budget. The price-list will be a pleasant surprise for anyone. Choose the supplying country, the price, the manufacturer and the system will show you optimal variants. Deal conditions can be discussed with the seller via private messaging.

      Choosing biochemical analyzers for laboratories

      In the last few decades, laboratory diagnostics has been developing at high speed. This is a reason that many diagnostic methods appeared, differing in their nature and cost. The most popular in medical institutions are methods, determining the main biochemical parameters, such as:

      • blood plasma ferments;
      • blood serum;
      • blood plasma electrolytes;
      • major metabolites;
      • blood sugar level.

      Special technologies, based on spectrophotometry, are used for such studies.

      Special equipment

      Biochemical analyzers of three types are used for these studies:

      • semi-automatic;
      • automatic;
      • spectrophotometer.

      The first equipment type requires minimum participation of an operator. It is necessary to mix the chemical reagents and prepare the samples. The devices automatically determine the order of input of recording cards, calibration instruments and controls. The device only produces inquiries for analyses. The results are calculated according to algorithms, set up by the lab workers, and shown on the display.
      Automatic biochemical blood analyzer is considered to be the most convenient and progressive device. All the lab worker needs to do is to control the programming of tests. Also the operator has to input the order of the testing: quantity of samples analyzed and sequence of parameter evaluation. Automatic mode is used for:

      • mixing and dosing of chemical reagents;
      • input of the reaction mixture into analysis zones;
      • calculation of results.

      When working with spectrophotometers, operators perform most actions manually, including:

      • mixing of chemical reagents;
      • mixing of samples;
      • input of samples;
      • programming the sequence of testing.

      In most cases this is not convenient, especially considering the amount of time it takes.

      Advantages of automatic models

      Comparing automatic models with manual (spectrophotometers) or semi-automatic analogs, you will definitely choose automatic. They are characterized with high speed of sample processing and impressive capacity.
      These devices need minimum amounts of chemical reagents as they are mixed and input automatically.
      In order to choose a suitable model, pay special attention to the following parameters:

      • mode and test access sequence;
      • constructional peculiarities of reactive center and reagents unit;
      • load possibilities.

      Also evaluate ergonomic parameters and ease of use of the device.

      How to buy suitable equipment

      BiMedis offers a wide choice of new and used machines, a convenient interface and optimal prices. The intuitive built-in search system will help you find medical equipment, based on your budget. The price-list will be a pleasant surprise for anyone. Choose the supplying country, the price, the manufacturer and the system will show you optimal variants. Deal conditions can be discussed with the seller via private messaging.

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