Laboratory Analyzers

A biochemical analyzer is a laboratory equipment, which has among its functions to measure the level in blood or other body fluid, of analytes such as glucose, cholesterol, triglycerides, uric acid, proteins and enzymes.

The main component of the biochemical analyzer is a spectrophotometer where it measures the concentrations of the different substances based on the intensity of color or based on the amount of substrate used (this in the case of enzymes), after a series of chemical reactions.

Biochemistry analyzers, also known as clinical chemistry analyzers, as mentioned, are used to determine the metabolites present in biological samples such as blood or urine. The study of these fluids allows to diagnose many diseases. An example of the use of this type of analyzer is the measurement of creatinine in urine to assess the filtering capacity of the kidneys.

Hematology Analyzer vs. Biochemical

A hematology analyzer or hematology analyzer is a device that allows a complete blood count to be performed. In other words, it performs a qualitative and quantitative analysis of red blood cells (erythrocytes), white blood cells (leukocytes) and platelets (thrombocytes).

A blood count or hematological analysis reflects all the elements or components of the blood, reflecting their number or their proportion in the individual. This is one of the most frequently requested laboratory tests and is part of the basic study required for diagnostic orientation and patient evaluation, since it offers an overview and can serve as an indicator of anemia, infectious diseases, coagulation problems, among others. others.

In recent decades, with technological evolution, laboratories have incorporated high-tech automated equipment that has allowed the delivery of results in less time, with greater precision and accuracy and reducing the number of measurement errors. 

How does a clinical chemistry analyzer work?

A clinical chemistry analyzer is an instrument that performs assays on clinical samples such as blood serum, plasma, urine, and cerebrospinal fluid for the presence of disease- or drug-related analytes.

Clinical chemistry analyzers are used in a variety of settings, including small clinics, research laboratories, and high-throughput hospital laboratories.

Analytes commonly include enzymes, substrates, electrolytes, specific proteins, drugs of abuse, and therapeutic drugs. The results provide clinicians with information on toxicology and kidney, heart, and liver function. The analyzers are highly automated to maximize throughput, improve user safety from biohazards, and reduce the risk of cross-contamination. Samples are loaded into the machine and the user programs the tests.

The hematology analyzer: a great medical innovation

Knowledge about the pathophysiological (hematological) changes that accompany the health-disease process reached by medical sciences during the second half of the 20th century was vertiginous.

This translated for the clinical laboratory branch; in the emergence and placement in the hands of its professionals; of an increasing number of determinations intended to complement the physical examination and medical history; to finally establish a diagnosis.

The application of mechanization and subsequent automation of analytical work; It considerably increased the processing potentialities of the multidisciplinary clinical laboratory and allowed the performance of a greater number of determinations in less time; the increase in quality indicators (precision and accuracy) to figures never before achieved through manual work; the significant decrease in costs and the shortening of delivery times of the results to the client (doctors and patients). hematology; as one of the main lines of work of the clinical laboratory; It was not immune to the development of automation and increased its diagnostic potential with the emergence and improvement of hematology counters or analyzers.

How to choose the right biochemical analyzer?

A biochemical analyzer is a laboratory equipment, which has among its functions to measure the level in blood or other body fluid, of analytes such as glucose, cholesterol, triglycerides, uric acid, proteins and enzymes.

The main component of the biochemical analyzer is a spectrophotometer where it measures the concentrations of the different substances based on the intensity of color or based on the amount of substrate used (this in the case of enzymes), after a series of chemical reactions.

The advantage of this equipment is the speed and precision they have.

Biochemistry analyzers, also known as clinical chemistry analyzers, as mentioned, are used to determine the metabolites present in biological samples such as blood or urine. The study of these fluids allows to diagnose many diseases. An example of the use of this type of analyzer is the measurement of creatinine in urine to assess the filtering capacity of the kidneys.

When choosing a biochemistry analyzer, the need for automation of the determination, the specificity of the reagents and the level of precision of the measurements will be taken into account. Capacity (maximum number of samples analyzed at the same time) is also a factor to consider.

Our best selling Laboratory Analyzer:

  • Windows operation interface, figure button, mouse operation, touch screen.
    96-well plate, multiple tests on one plate.
    The test item arrangement on the microplate can be stored and
    Parameter can be modified and stored
    Adjustable stirring plate, speed and cal.
    Open systems, test items and parameters can be added or modified.
    Large storage capacity for 1,000 test items and 1,000,000 results
    10.4-inch color touchscreen LCD

At Kalstein you can find the ideal analyzer for your laboratory.

It is important to know the counting technology used by the device, since the results may vary depending on one or the other:

Flow cytometry

It is the most sophisticated and expensive method that currently exists. The cells pass through a narrow tube onto which a laser beam is projected. The light falls on the cells and a detection device captures its reflection.

Electrical impedance

This technique is used to determine the number and volume of erythrocytes and thrombocytes. EDTA blood is diluted with an isotonic solution within the device and aspirated through a capillary port.

Laser diffraction

It measures the granulometric distribution of the particulates. The angular variation of the intensity of scattered light when a laser beam passes through a sample of dispersed particles is measured.

The types of analyzers that are used in scientific laboratories:

Urine analyzer

A urine analyzer is a device used in the clinical setting to perform automated urine tests. Units can detect and quantify a range of analytes including bilirubin, protein, glucose

Coagulation Analyzer

Low reagent consumption less than 2oul, open reagent. Special test cup locating system, adding sample holder. The advanced optical light combination system

Electrolyte Analyzer

Simple yes/no operation. High-precision, long-life electrode and TCO. Sleep mode to reduce reagent consumption. Fast test speed of 80 tests per hour.

Hematology Analyzer

WBC 3-part differentiation, 23 parameters, up to 35 test samples per hour. Electrical resistance for counting and SFT method of hemoglobin. Low sample consumption

Chemistry Analyzer

Type: discreet, fully automatic. Yield: Constant200T/H. Wavelength Range: 340,40S, 450, Sl0,546,578,630,7D0nm. Water consumption: SL / hour.

Elisa Reader

Windows operation interface, figure button, mouse operation, touch screen. 96-well plate, multiple tests on one plate. The layout of the test item on the microplate

HbA1c

Test with whole blood directly. 2 steps can get the result. Self-test when power on. Storage with 10000 test results.

Microplate washer

96-well head. Single needle recoil, no aspiration needle, no lock. The washing time is less than 30 seconds for one dish. Internal centrifuge, without residual liquid

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What is the ideal laboratory analyzer?

There are countless models, so it's normal that you don't know which lab analyzer to buy to meet your needs. At Kalstein, we evaluate them to find what you're looking for.

What is a hematology analyzer?

Hematology analyzers are equipment used to perform complete blood counts, or blood counts. They carry out quantitative and qualitative analyzes of blood elements: red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets.

How does a clinical chemistry analyzer work?

A clinical chemistry analyzer is an instrument that performs assays on clinical samples such as blood serum, plasma, urine, and cerebrospinal fluid for the presence of related analytes...

Hematology analyzer: blood counts

A blood count or hematological analysis reflects all the elements or components of the blood, reflecting their number or their proportion in the individual. In this analysis, the white or leukocyte series, the red or erythrocyte series and the platelets are measured.

Laboratory analyzers

A biochemical analyzer is a laboratory equipment, which has among its functions to measure the level in blood or other body fluid, of analytes such as glucose, cholesterol, triglycerides, uric acid, proteins and enzymes.

The main component of the biochemical analyzer is a spectrophotometer where it measures the concentrations of the different substances based on the intensity of color or based on the amount of substrate used (this in the case of enzymes), after a series of chemical reactions.

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