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Ortho Clinical Diagnostics Launches VITROS 4600® Chemistry System for Mid- to High-Volume Laboratories
Date:7/22/2011

RARITAN, N.J., July 22, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Ortho Clinical Diagnostics (OCD) today announced the launch of the VITROS® 4600 Chemistry System, a state-of-the-art analyzer that delivers high-quality, reliable test results for mid- to high-volume laboratories using the same core technologies that drive reliability and efficiency throughout OCD's portfolio of products. The new analyzer completes the VITROS® x600 Family of Systems, which includes the VITROS® 5600 Integrated System and the VITROS® 3600 Immunodiagnostic System.  This portfolio of integrated instruments and broad, world-class menu of assays enable laboratories to deliver diagnostic results that help raise the standard of patient care in their institutions and networks.  

“In developing the VITROS® 4600 System, we stayed true to the value that our customers expect from OCD’s family of analyzers,” stated Holly Hillberg, Vice President, Research & Development. “The VITROS® Family of Systems provides sophisticated information management and interpretation tools that help reduce the potential for human error, improve operational efficiencies and ultimately help optimize patient care decisions.”

The VITROS® 4600 System is built on the same core VITROS® technologies that provide configurable, expandable automation solutions to streamline and standardize laboratory workflow while enhancing throughput. The proprietary technologies that drive this reliability and efficiency include:

  • MicroSlide Technology - allows for system operation independent of water supply and drainage and delivers high-quality results with 95 percent reportable result efficiency, minimizing operator interventions and maximizing ease of use.
  • MicroTip Technology - provides special chemistry menu offerings and user-defined assays in a format that is cost-effective and easy to implement with a low r
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