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ACT PLUS Automated Coagulation Timer System

ProductsACT PLUS Automated Coagulation Timer System
Company Medtronic Inc.
Item ACT PLUS Automated Coagulation Timer System
Features BUILT-IN EFFICIENCY
  • Immediate results mean anticoagulant dosages can be adjusted quickly.
  • Dual-well testing provides the extra confidence that only duplicate results provide.
  • Because less than 1 ml of blood is required for each test, the ACT Plus System is especially suited for patients with small blood volumes.
  • Bar Code Scanner (optional) is used for accurate entry of cartridge and control lot numbers and expiration dates.
  • SCIENTIFIC ACCURACY

  • Full range of lyophilized controls and an electronic control are available to verify instrument, cartridge and operator performance and meet regulatory guidelines for testing.
  • Lyophilized controls are easy to reconstitute and provide enough volume to test multiple instruments.
  • Electronic control provides multiple-level testing in one device.
  • NEW, MODULAR DESIGN

  • Quiet operation
  • Easy to clean
  • User-friendly switches
  • Convenient, comfortable carrying handle
  • Description Medtronic, the worlds leading medical technology company and a key participant in blood management for more than a decade, introduces a new generation Automated Coagulation Timer. The ACT Plus System is a microprocessor-controlled electromechanical coagulation instrument designed to determine coagulation endpoints in whole blood, citrated whole blood, and plasma samples. Clotting-time results are presented on the instruments Clot Time Display (CTD) and Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) screens.

    The ACT Plus System provides long-term data storage and retrieval, with access to previous patient and quality control test data. Test results are stored in the order in which they are performed. The ability to externally transfer or save data to a floppy disk enhances the systems versatility.

    Manufactured by the Medtronic Biologic Therapeutics and Diagnostics business, the ACT Plus System combines a trusted standard in precise clot detection technology with state-of-the-art user enhancements including data management and connectivity-ready capabilities

    Info Medtronic Inc.
    Customer Service: (800) 551-5544
    Web site: http://www.medtronic.com/

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