How to Buy Hematology Analyzers
Hematology analyzers are specialized, automated systems that count leucocytes, red cells and platelets in blood, and also determine hemoglobin and hematocrit levels. Hematology technology has come a long way in a relatively short space of time. In the 1950s, complete blood counts (CBC) were performed manually by a technician in front of a microscope. Hemoglobin was also measured manually using a cyanmethemoglobin method, which was slow and time consuming.
Flexible and Easy To Use
Fully automatic analysis cycle.
Automatic internal and external probe cleaning.
High Reliability and Safety.
Use the most advanced binuclear embedded digital circuit system, to make the analytical ability great and stable.
2 counting channels of WBC and RBC, to make the test results more accurate and less cross-contamination.
Use CPLD technology in data processing, to avoid the interference of electromagnetic signals.
Brief operation instruction built in software, easy for user to view.
Separate module desgin, very simple mechanical structure, easy maintenance.
Self check for hardware, alarm for error.
Total Solution For QC and Calibration
Comprehensive QC programs inluding X-B , auto draw and print QC graph
Automatical and manual calibration
Unique calibration program with fresh blood
Customizable software is available
Huge storage of 30,000 patient with histogram
Easy to check the patien data
Programmable multi-format printout
Kinghawk SMART-I Auto Hematology analyzer Technical Specification
A CBC, also known as a full blood count (FBC), is usually the first test requested by physicians to assess general patient health. The CBC can be used to detect a wide range of pathological states including anemia, infection and hematological malignancy, as well as for the monitoring of cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy.