Here’s What Good ‘Clinical’ Chemistry Looks Like!

Biotechnology & Healthcare Diagnostics
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Back in your high school days, while experimenting in your chemistry lab, you didn’t have the slightest clue that you would go on to pursue a successful career in Clinical Chemistry, did you? Your life found a whole new meaning when you started working in laboratories evaluating blood samples, studying DNA, and examining tissues and study cells. 

 

The quantitative science, that is Clinical Chemistry, required passion and accuracy, both of which you had in plenty. Also known as chemical pathology, clinical biochemistry or medical biochemistry, you soon found yourself imparting knowledge about a wide range of clinical disciplines and methodologies. 

 

“Clinical Chemistry mixes basic chemistry with biochemistry, engineering, informatics and other disciplines to analyse bodily fluids – mostly serum or plasma – for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes”, you had said in one of your lectures. 

 

Years passed, and as a research scientist, you were thriving in an industry that was continuously recreating itself by improving test processes. It was also around the same time that you discovered Labspec – that imports automatic immunoassay analyzers, fully and semi-automated Chemiluminescence Analyzers and Clinical Chemistry Reagents Kits – that empowered clinical diagnostics. 

 

Their instruments were used in all types of laboratories, from small point-of-care clinics to high-throughput clinical labs, to test for analytes such as proteins, enzymes, and electrolytes. They used measurement technologies, including photometric and colourimetric testing, ion-selective potentiometer and latex agglutination to test the samples. Their applications included monitoring diseases such as diabetes, testing for metabolic functions or cardiac markers and drugs-of-abuse testing.

 

Labmate, the most versatile semi-automatic biochemistry analyser, working on three modes – Biochemistry, Turbidimetry and Coagulation – empowered clinical diagnostics with accurate and precise results. 

 

Nanolab 200, the fully automatic clinical chemistry analyser with a throughput of 200 tests per hour, was highly efficient, compact in design and extremely efficient for laboratories. 

 

Nanolab 500, the fully automatic random access benchtop clinical chemistry analyser with a throughput of 300 photometric tests per hour or up to 480 tests per hour with optional ISE module, exuded easier service and simplified maintenance. 

 

Nanolab 700, the fully automatic random access benchtop clinical chemistry analyser with a throughput of up to 600 photometric tests per hour, max. 720 tests per hour with optional ISE module, was easy to maintain and surprisingly took very little space in your laboratory. 

 

Clinreact clinical chemistry reagents kits, provided precise sensitivity, wide measurement range, long shelf life stability and CE marked reagents that best suited your laboratory requirements.

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