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Laboratory automation system K-matic

laboratory automation system
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K-Matic Staining automaton for your Kleihauer tests By highlighting the presence of fetal red cells in the maternal blood and quantifying their proportion, the Kleihauer test makes it possible to adapt the quantity of anti-D immunoglobulin to be injected to the future mother in the context of the prevention of RhD fetomaternal alloimmunization for RhD negative women. - Accreditation: K-Matic fits perfectly in a logic of accreditation facilitated. The performance of the PLC system and reagents have been validated to meet the regulatory requirements of Directive 98/79 / EC. CQIs are available to control risks. - Security : Made under a protective shell, the coloring steps are automated from start to finish, controlled via the touch screen, controlled by an RFID chip. - Optimized time: By standardizing the Kleihauer test, the controller allows reproducibility in maximum safety conditions, thanks also to accessories. - Simplicity : Guaranteed 1 year, easy to use, the K-Matic is the subject of a permanent assistance. The associated reagents are ordered via a subscription to receive them automatically and regularly. - Adapted volumes of cabinets: Whether you use a manual or automated technique, the proposed boxes are adapted to the number of patients to be tested. They save you time with ready-to-use reagents and accessories. * Blade spreader * Semi-automated complementary support "Easy-K" * Box 8 or 5 bottles as needed * Semi-quantitative CQI


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