HEMOCUE WBC ANALYZER

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Sample material: Capillary or venous (EDTA) whole blood.
Measurement range: 0.3-30.0 x 109/L (300-30000/mm3, 300-30000/µL).
Results: In about 3 minutes.
Sample volume: 10 µL.
Weight: 600 g (1.32 pounds) with batteries installed.
Power: AC Adapter or batteries.
Operating temperature: 15-35 °C (59-95 °F).
Interface: Printer and PC.
Quality control: Built-in "selftest". The system can be verified using liquid controls.
Calibration: Designed to establish agreement with manual light microscopy. The analyzer is factory calibrated and need no further calibration.
Accuracy: Correlation of 0.99 when compared with automatic cell counters.
Storage for HemoCue® WBC Analyzer: The analyzer can be stored at temperature 0-50 °C (32-122 °F).
Storage for HemoCue® WBC Microcuvettes: The Microcuvettes are to be stored at 15-35°C (59-95°F),
Replace the cap immediately after cuvettes are removed from the container.
Method: The white blood cell count is determined by hemolyzation of red cells and color staining of white cells in the HemoCue® WBC Microcuvette. An image is taken of the stained white cells and the number of cells are counted in the HemoCue WBC Analyzer.
Principle: The microcuvette serves as a sample container and reaction chamber. The microcuvette is for single-use only. A blood sample of approximately 10 µL is drawn into the cavity by capillary action. The microcuvette is placed in the analyzer. The result is obtained within 3 minutes.

HemoCue® WBC DIFF System

HemoCue WBC DIFF
Sample material: Capillary or venous (EDTA) whole blood.
Measurement range: 0.3-30.0 x 109/L (300-30000/mm3, 300-30000/µL).
Para meters: Total Leukocytes (White Blood Cells) and
Differential (in absolute and %) for:
  • Neutrophils
  • Lymphocyter
  • Monocyter
  • Basophils
  • Eosinophild

Results: In about 5 minutes.
Sample volume: 10 µL.
Weight: 1300g (2.87pounds) with batteries installed.
Power: AC Adapter or batteries.
Operating temperature: 15-35 °C (59-95 °F).
Interface: Printer, keyboard, bacode reader and PC.
Data management capabilities: Date, time, patient ID, lab ID, operator ID site ID, control ID.
Connectivity: POCT1-A over Ethernet connection
Quality control: Built-in "selftest".
Calibration: The analyzer is factory calibrated and need no further calibration.
Storage for HemoCue® WBC DIFF Analyzer: The analyzer can be stored at temperature 4-50 °C (39-122 °F).
Storage for HemoCue® WBC DIFF Microcuvettes: The Microcuvettes are to be stored at 15-35°C (59-95°F),
(122°F),
Replace the cap immediately after microcuvettes are removed from the container.
Storage for HemoCue® WBC Microcuvettes: The Microcuvettes are to be stored at 15-35°C (59-95°F),
Replace the cap immediately after cuvettes are removed from the container

Method: A hemolyzing agent lyses the red cells in the microcuvette and a staining agent colors the white cells. Several images are taken of the stained white cells and cells are identified. The number of cells are counted by image analysis in the analyzer.
Principle: The microcuvette serves as a sample container and reaction chamber. The microcuvette is for single-use only. A blood sample of approximately 10 µL is drawn into the cavity by capillary action. The microcuvette is placed in the analyzer. The result is obtained in about 5 minutes.

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