POC glycated hemoglobin analyzer Quo-Test®
for clinical diagnosticfor diabetesbenchtop

POC glycated hemoglobin analyzer
POC glycated hemoglobin analyzer
POC glycated hemoglobin analyzer
POC glycated hemoglobin analyzer
POC glycated hemoglobin analyzer
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Characteristics

Operation
POC
Applications
for clinical diagnostic, for diabetes
Configuration
benchtop

Description

Easy and reliable HbA1c analyzer The Quo-Test® is a fully automated desktop point-of-care analyzer designed for easy and reliable HbA1c measurement for the monitoring and management of diabetes in a point-of-care setting such as diabetes clinics and doctors’ surgeries. The Quo-Test HbA1c system is a fully automated hemoglobin A1c analyzer that uses patented boronate affinity fluorescence quenching technology to measure glycated hemoglobin from a 4 μl sample taken from a finger prick or venous whole blood. Sample results are available within four minutes and are dual-reported in IFCC and DCCT standard units (Mono S & JDS reporting are also available). Quo-Test is unaffected by most hemoglobin variants and other endogenous interferences due to its unique interference-free methodology. Quo-Test can store over 7,000 results which can be downloaded as text files to a PC via the integrated USB interface. Alternatively, results can be printed using a printer which connects via a serial port. Step by step instructions displayed on the analyzers clear, multi-lingual display, reduces staff training time to a minimum, almost eradicating the opportunity for user-related errors. Quo-Test is CE marked for the monitoring of HbA1c in diabetes patients. Quo-Test HbA1c analyzer specifications Easy to use Intuitive, step by step on screen instructions minimise training time Multi-lingual menu Just 4 µl blood required from finger prick or venous sample Lightweight: 1.3 kg

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