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Biochemical analyzers use many electrochemical and optical techniques to analyze blood, urine, cerebral spinal fluid, and other biological samples. These processes can measure chemicals such as antigens, molecules, and proteins in body fluids. These techniques are widely used because of their fast measurement ability, high sensitivity, and accuracy when detecting even small doses of chemicals.
Biochemical analyzers are complex systems that are composed of an optical engine consisting of light sources, detectors and other optical elements, sample movement/fluidics, automation control and processing, power management, and environmental monitoring and control (temperature, pressure, humidity). GB DRACA 200 Fully Automated Bio-chemistry Analyzer, Microlab Biochemistry RX 50 V, GB 235 Semi Automated Bio-Chemistry Analyzer
Electrolyte analyzers measure electrolytes in serum, plasma and urine. Major components of an electrolyte analyzer are - reagents, electrode module, peristaltic pump, and sample probe. Automated systems feature comprehensive test menu, a high throughput as well as STAT testing.
The most common methods of analysis are - Flame Emission Photometry (FEP) and Ion Selective Electrode (ISE). Flame Photometry can be used to measure Na+, K+ and Li+. It provides an indirect measurement, while ISE methods offer direct measurements. Most analyzers use ISE technology to make electrolyte measurements. GB LYTE - ISE Electrolyte Analyzer, GBLYTE ( ISE Electrolyte Analyzer)
The Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay is a commonly used analytical biochemistry assay. The assay uses a solid-phase type of enzyme immunoassay to detect the presence of a ligand in a liquid sample using antibodies directed against the protein to be measured.
Disease detected by Elisa test- Antibodies are proteins that your body produces in response to harmful substances called antigens. An ELISA test may be used to diagnose: HIV, which causes AIDS. Lyme disease. GBLISA R - Rapid Micro plate ELISA Reader, GBLISA W- Rapid Microplate ELISA Washer
Hematology analyzers are used to count and identify blood cells at high speed and accuracy.
RBC distribution width, Mean corpuscular volume, Mean corpuscular hemoglobin, Mean corpuscular hemoglobin concentrations, WBC differential count in percentage and absolute value, Platelet distribution width, Platelet mean volume, Large platelet cell ratio and Platelet criteria. GB PentaCell 5 Part Differential Double Chamber - Haematology analyzer -With RFID, RMS Hestia 360 - 3 Part Auto Haematology Analyzer
Protein analysis uses spectrophotometry. Here, the principle is that functional groups or regions within the protein absorb light in the ultraviolet or visible range of the electromagnetic spectrum (200–800 nm). This absorbance is read and compared with known protein standards. GB NephChem - Serum Protein Analyzer
A urine analyser is a device used in the clinical setting to perform automatic urine testing. The units can detect and quantify a number of analytes including bilirubin, protein, glucose and red blood cells.
Principle: These analyzers use two analytical principles for urine sediment analysis, one based on electrical impedance, and the other dependent on image-based analysis systems that sort particles according to preset particle dimensions. UROGB 120 - Compact Urine Analyzer