New & Used Electrolyte Analyzer

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Device: Electrolyte Analyzer
Manufacturer: Avl
Model: 9180
Location: Poland, Wielkopolskie
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Device: Electrolyte Analyzer
Manufacturer: Biotecnica
Model: BT642
Location: Egypt, Al Qahirah
3,704
2010

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Device: Electrolyte Analyzer
Manufacturer: Siemens
Model: RapidChem 744
Location: Poland, Wielkopolskie
2,500
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Device: Electrolyte Analyzer
Manufacturer: Ciba Corning
Model: 654
Location: United States, New York
850
1996

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Device: Electrolyte Analyzer
Manufacturer: Sm Diagnostics (SMD)
Model: ECS 2000
Location: France, Provence-Alpes-Côte-d'Azur
1,500
2007

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Device: Veterinary Lab Equipment
Manufacturer: IDEXX
Model: VetStat
Location: United States, Colorado
1,500
2012

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Device: Electrolyte Analyzer
Manufacturer: Nova Biomedical
Model: Nova 16
Location: United States, Florida
1,500
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2002

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Device: Blood Gas Analyzer, POC
Manufacturer: Radiometer
Model: ABL 77 Series
Location: Poland, Wielkopolskie
213
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Device: Veterinary Lab Equipment
Manufacturer: IDEXX
Model: VetStat
Location: United States, Wisconsin
2,000
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Device: Electrolyte Analyzer
Manufacturer: Seac-radim
Model: FP 20
Location: Iran, Tehran
2,000
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2008

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Device: Electrolyte Analyzer
Manufacturer: Siemens
Model: RapidChem 744
Location: Poland, Wielkopolskie
1,000
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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
Avl / 9180 Roche Diagnostics / 9180

Electrolyte Analyzer may also be referred to as :

Electrolytemeter | Electrolytecheck | Calcium Analyzer | Analyzer, Laboratory, Body Fluid, Calcium
 

Tips for buying Electrolyte Analyzer

  1. A facility should select the right electrolyte analyzer unit 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 electrolytemeter units may be suitable more for reference or central laboratories. These systems will provide them with comprehensive test menu and a high throughput, as well as stat testing. They are most frequently used for determining diagnosis, follow-up care, and the effectiveness of treatment.
  3. Smaller electrolyte analyzer systems - which are less automated, have a lower throughput capacity, and offer smaller test menus, can be used by midsize or small laboratories, or those with specialized testing requirements. Facilities with specialty testing should keep in mind that smaller electrolyte analyzers may offer the required test in the shortest period of time, using the smallest amount of patient specimen.
  4. Electrolytemeter instruments that can assay whole blood or samples that do not require centrifugation might be considered by urgent or specialty-testing laboratories.
  5. Central electrolyte analyzers need broader test menus than electrolyte analyzers used in specialty areas. However, even calcium analyzers used in specialty areas should be capable of testing for certain key analytes whose presence or absence indicates a life-threatening situation and calls for immediate action.
  6. Facilities should look carefully into the electrolyte analyzer test menus to ensure that the tests offered meet their clinical needs.
  7. Facilities that are considering a portable calcium analyzer, should consider issues related to the cost of calibration materials, a portable printer, unit and reagent storage, paper, reagent controls, and interfacing capability.
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