Automatic ESR analyzer iSED®
for clinical diagnostic

automatic ESR analyzer
automatic ESR analyzer
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Operation
automatic
Applications
for clinical diagnostic

Description

Results in 20 Seconds 100µL sample drawn directly from primary EDTA tube Fully automated, walk-away operation Random access Positive patient identification via internal barcode reader Compatible with pediatric tubes The technical innovation of the iSED® fully-automated ESR analyzer consists of directly measuring the intensity of the red cell aggregation which is responsible for Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate (ESR). Unlike traditional ESR methodologies that measure the aggregation of the red blood cells indirectly, the iSED measures it directly and expresses the values in mm/hr. By virtue of its technology, the iSED produces ESR results within 20 seconds without the variables which are commonly associated with traditional ESR testing, the most important of which is hematocrit. iSED uses quantimetric photometry to capture the impact of the early phase of RBC sedimentation – the rouleaux formation. This stage is the most critical of the ESR because the size of the red blood cell aggregates is directly proportional to ESR values which increase according to the presence and intensity of inflammation. iSED’s micro-flow cell captures the critical kinetics of RBC in highly controlled testing environment to produce ESR results that are unaffected by the variables commonly associated with traditional ESR testing methods. No Disposables: Traditional ESR test methods –manual and semi-automated – require graduated pipettes, special cuvettes, duplicate sample tubes, or sample transfer disposables that significantly increase the cost of ESR testing and generate contaminated waste.

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