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New & Used Automated Coagulation Analyzer

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Device: Automated Coagulation Analyzer
Manufacturer: Beckman Coulter
Model: ACL-100
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Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
280
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Device: Automated Coagulation Analyzer
Manufacturer: Medtronic
Model: ACT Plus
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Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
3,180
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2006

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Device: Automated Coagulation Analyzer
Manufacturer: Medtronic
Model: ACT Plus
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Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
3,180
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2006

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Device: Automated Coagulation Analyzer
Manufacturer: Medtronic
Model: ACT Plus
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Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
3,286
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2006

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Device: Automated Coagulation Analyzer
Manufacturer: Abbott Laboratories
Model: Coagusence
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Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
480
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Device: Automated Coagulation Analyzer
Manufacturer: Abbott Laboratories
Model: Coagusence
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Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
480
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Device: Automated Coagulation Analyzer
Manufacturer: Instrumentation Laboratory
Model: ACL ADVANCE
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Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
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Device: Automated Coagulation Analyzer
Manufacturer: Helena Point Of Care
Model: Actalyke A1P
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Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
325
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Device: Automated Coagulation Analyzer
Manufacturer: Dade Behring
Model: Sysmex CA-560
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Location: United States, Washington
Rating: 89%
155
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Device: Automated Coagulation Analyzer
Manufacturer: Hemoliance
Model: ELECTRA 1400C
Location: United States, Missouri
Rating: 73%
1,000
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Device: Automated Coagulation Analyzer
Manufacturer: Dade Behring
Model: BCS XP
Location: United States, California
15,000
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The model & manufacturer of the marked items have changed due to an acquisition between companies, and are also known as:
Current Manufacturer / Model Name Alternative Manufacturer / Model Name
Hemoliance / ELECTRA 1400C Instrumentation Laboratory / ELECTRA 1400C

Automated Coagulation Analyzer may also be referred to as :

Semiautomated Coagulation Analyzer | Whole Blood Coagulometer | Coagulation, Analyzer, Semi-Automated | Coagulocheck | Coagulation Analyzer, Whole Blood | Thrombo Analyzer | Coagulation, Analyzer, Semi-Automated | Coagulation Analyzer, Manual | Coagulation Analyzer, Automated | Coagulometer
 

Tips for buying Automated Coagulation Analyzer

  1. When selecting an automated coagulation analyzers or any analytic clinical instrument, facilities should rely mainly 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 the facility.
  2. Facilities should select the type of automated coagulation analyzer based on the types of tests to be performed, the number of tests, and the laboratory facilities available.
  3. Stat capability, computer interfacing, and bar coding must be available for automated coagulation analyzers. Preferred features include primary and closed tube sampling, and printers are optional.
  4. Semi-automated coagulation analyzers should have a printer - bar coding is a preferred feature.
  5. Required specifications indicate the minimum necessary for the automated coagulation analyzer to perform its indicated function, while preferred specifications enhance either test operations or ease-of-use, and therefore its effectiveness.
  6. Optional specifications do not affect the thrombo analyzer's performance but may provide wider applications of use by offering greater testing options or minimizing user interaction, allowing the automated coagulation analyzer to be operated under a wide variety of circumstances.
  7. Both automated and semi-automated coagulation analyzers have only a few reagent preparation and sample handling steps.
  8. Larger, more automated coagulation analyzer instruments with a comprehensive test menu and high throughputs are used in central laboratories. Though these can also provide stat testing, they are most frequently used for determining diagnosis, follow up care, and the effectiveness of treatment.
  9. Smaller whole blood coagulometer systems that are less automated, with lower throughput and a more limited test menu can be used in midsize or small laboratories or those with specialized testing requirements. However, when used in specialized areas, they should be capable of testing for certain key analytes - the presence or absence of which, indicates a life-threatening situation and calls for immediate action.
  10. Small automated coagulation analyzers for specialty tests and/or stats may be beneficial in laboratories with high volumes of routine testing.
  11. Laboratories performing urgent or specialty testing might consider thrombo analyzer instruments that can assay whole blood.
  12. Buyers should carefully examine automated coagulation analyzer test menus to ensure that the tests clinically meet their needs.
  13. Automated coagulation analyzers are suitable for laboratories with heavy workloads because they can perform tests simultaneously, which may increase throughput. They have a wide range of data management programs, including quality control, data analysis, and patient test storage.
  14. Laboratories whose workloads allow specimens to be individually tested can use semi-automated coagulation analyzers, although some of these devices can test two or four specimens at a time.
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