RC 232C: Patient results, QC to LIS with ASTM protocol
Integrated Validation Station
Quality Control Management
Levey Jennings, Automatic QC, Default controls and Westgard rules
Reagents, Quality Control, Calibrations
Applications, Maintenance, Sequencing, Flags and Alarms
Export of archived data and Quality Control data (QCP)
Bi-chromatic light absorbance
Choice of 15 wavelengths from 340 to 700 nm
Wavelength selection with holographic grating technology
Photo diode array
2.5 A. at 340mm; 3.0 at other wavelengths
Organ function & metabolism control
Clinical Chemistry can measure the blood levels of many proteins, enzymes, ions. These blood levels are related to the activities of many organs and to the general metabolism of the patients. The functions of organs thus explored, are essentially related to the hepatic, pancreatic, renal, muscular or even cardiac functions.
The clinical chemistry dosages of proteins, enzymes and ions, provide the measurement of concentrations for all of these analytes. When these measurements reveal blood molecular concentrations outside normal values, the interpretation of the results may lead to the diagnosis of pathological metabolism.
A particular application in clinical, chemistry that allows the detection of illicit, natural or synthetic products. It's about detecting the abnormal presence in the urine or in the blood of drugs of abuse.