Tips for buying Immunoassay Analyzer, Enzyme

  1. A medical facility should select the right analytic immunoassay analyzer based on the assays available on the instrument, the throughput capacity of the system, and the availability of models to meet different volume and testing needs within that specific facility.
  2. Larger and more automated enzyme immunoassay analyzer instruments with a comprehensive test menu and high throughput are needed by reference or central laboratories.
  3. Smaller immunoassay analyzer systems, which are less automated, have a lower throughput, and offer a smaller test menu may be suitable for midsize or small laboratories or those with specialized testing requirements.
  4. Some general analytic requirements are shared by automated immunoassay analyzers. These include bar coding, bidirectional computer interfacing, small sample volume, insufficient-sample detection, and speed.
  5. Among the specific technical requirements are: selective multitesting, full automation, complete panels, and a high throughput rate.
  6. Some of the analytic requirements for automated enzyme immunoassay analyzer systems are: a defined precision limit for each test, an accurate assay calibration, specific antibodies, and acceptability criteria for inaccuracy.
  7. Facilities considering any type of chemiluminescence immunoassay analyzer instrument that analyzes potentially infectious body fluids are mainly concerned with the instrument's automation that eliminates or reduces contact between the user and the patient specimen, such as auto sampling or closed tube sampling.
  8. Patient results can be matched to the printed copy, regardless of the specimen sequence, using immunoassay analyzers with barcode labeling systems.
  9. One of the important factors with immunoassay analyzers is the system's computer interface.
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