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Roche 9180

Electrolyte Analysis you can count on

  • The 9180 Electrolyte Analyzer is intended for in vitro testing of samples of whole blood, serum or plasma, and urine for the quantitative measurement of electrolytes (Na+, K+, Ca2+, and Cl-) and Lithium using electrochemical technologies (potentiometry and amperometry) for aid in diagnosis and in monitoring. It is intended to be used for near-patient testing and not for self-testing.

  • This is a very low maintenance analyzer. Long-life, no maintenance electrodes, single-pump and simple fluidic path design reduces routine maintenance to a minimum. Reagents and waste are sealed into a single SnapPak eliminating the need to change multiple containers or handle waste.

  • It incorporates a Quality Control program, which stores up to 35 values of each of three control levels and automatically flags out-of-range results. QC statistics, including a running mean value, standard deviation and coefficient of variation, can be printed out on all three QC levels at any time, providing the user with an immediate trend analysis of instrument performance.

  • Electrolyte results obtained from 95 μl of whole blood, serum, plasma, acetate, bicarbonate dialysate or pre-diluted urine. All reagents, as well as waste, are sealed in the convenient SnapPak container. The Electrolyte Analyzer monitors the amount of remaining reagent and prompts the user to insert a fresh SnapPak container when required. A built-in sensor ensures that SnapPak has been correctly installed.

  • The 9180 Electrolyte Analyzer gives you a choice of seven different, interchangeable electrolyte configurations to fit your immediate and future testing needs. To change the configuration, all you have to do is substitute the electrode and recalibrate. There is no need to change reagents or replace any tubing.​

  • The analyzer is fully automatic. A two-point calibration is carried out every four hours and a one-point calibration with each test, ensuring precision and conformity to even the most stringent regulatory requirements.

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