Hematology analyzers count leucocytes, red cells and platelets in blood, and also measure hemoglobin and hematocrit levels. Over years, automation and technological advancements have greatly enhanced the capabilities of this laboratory device.
Specifically designed to meet the needs of the world’s changing laboratory environment, the Abbott CELL-DYN 1800 is a compact, easy-to-use system. This automated hematology analyzer provides an 18-parameter blood count and offers a throughput of 60 specimens per hour.
This compact 3-part leukocyte differential analyzer with an integrated data station does not require a PC or desktop computer is an ideal option when space is limited. The instrument can fit under standard physician office laboratory cabinets. It comes with an expanded data management system and can handle up to 10,000 samples. The Abbott Cell Dyn 1800 utilizes only three reagents including cyanide-free differential lyse, which reduces biohazard and safety risks. Key features of this system include
- Increased patient data storage capabilities
- Color LCD monitor with three histogram displays
- Inkjet printer for clean, clear reports
- Optional bar code reader eliminates transcription and data entry errors
Established lab equipment suppliers also offer the Abbott CELL-DYN 1800 recertified. Recertified hematology analyzers come with all the features of a new device and work just as well, but cost less.
When choosing a hematology analyzer for you lab, consider factors such as range of tests, time per analysis, automation, reagent supply, sample size and microsampling, maintenance, calibration, and QC.