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        Tips and Guidelines for Buying a Laboratory Glucose Analyzer

        Glucose analyzers that use amperometric or chemical methods to test body fluids. These analyzers can measure larger concentration ranges than in bedside units, and deal with larger volumes of samples.

        Tips for Buying a Laboratory Glucose Analyzer

        1. Facilities considering the purchase of a laboratory glucose analyzer, should closely review the following factors: initial costs, operating costs, the availability and cost-effectiveness of renting the blood glucose analyzer, reliability of both the specific model and the manufacturer, and the manufacturer's reputation.

        2. When examining the initial cost of purchasing a glucometer, buyers should consider the complexity, capability, and reliability of the unit. They should also look into the capital costs and the expected lifetime of the laboratory glucose analyzer, and the cost and expected lifetime of non-disposable glucometer accessories.

        3. Buyers of laboratory glucose analyzers should carefully evaluate the operating costs, including: service contracts, employee salary and expenses, disposables, accessories, and utilities, as well as other contributions to overhead.

        4. If there are laboratory information systems already in the facility, buyers should consider purchasing blood glucose analyzers that could directly interface with such existing systems.

        5. All ancillary test sites within the same facility can be included in a single certificate with the central clinical lab if the central and satellite labs are under common direction.

        Tips and Guidelines for Buying a Laboratory Glucose Analyzer

        Glucose analyzers that use amperometric or chemical methods to test body fluids. These analyzers can measure larger concentration ranges than in bedside units, and deal with larger volumes of samples.

        Tips for Buying a Laboratory Glucose Analyzer

        1. Facilities considering the purchase of a laboratory glucose analyzer, should closely review the following factors: initial costs, operating costs, the availability and cost-effectiveness of renting the blood glucose analyzer, reliability of both the specific model and the manufacturer, and the manufacturer's reputation.

        2. When examining the initial cost of purchasing a glucometer, buyers should consider the complexity, capability, and reliability of the unit. They should also look into the capital costs and the expected lifetime of the laboratory glucose analyzer, and the cost and expected lifetime of non-disposable glucometer accessories.

        3. Buyers of laboratory glucose analyzers should carefully evaluate the operating costs, including: service contracts, employee salary and expenses, disposables, accessories, and utilities, as well as other contributions to overhead.

        4. If there are laboratory information systems already in the facility, buyers should consider purchasing blood glucose analyzers that could directly interface with such existing systems.

        5. All ancillary test sites within the same facility can be included in a single certificate with the central clinical lab if the central and satellite labs are under common direction.

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