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Blood Gas Analysis: The Pros and Cons of Point-Of-Care Testing

...icks with an onboard safety device; FLEXLINK software to help ensure correct sample, patient, and operator identification; and the FLEXQ module on the abl800 FLEX analyzer to help reduce errors through automatic identification and mixing of samples. Abbott Laboratories, Abbott Park, IL, produces the w...
ABL800 in Medical Products

ABL800 FLEX Blood Gas Analyzer

Description:... The abl800 FLEX is a fully automated, upgradeable platform that includes Radiometers m...omer care program that gives you the freedom to focus on patient care. The abl800 FLEX provides features that are essential to efficient blood gas testing wi...
Company:Radiometer America Inc.

1st automatic Blood Gas Analysis System

Features:... capture at the bedside Ensure correct sample and patient identification Get results where needed Go With the FLEXQ module on the abl800 FLEX blood gas analyzer, you can automate your entire blood gas measurement. Save time with automated steps Reduce errors through automated id...
Company:Radiometer America Inc.

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Features:...Automatic level detection and temperature correction (ABL555, ABL77 and the abl800 FLEX) Automatic altitude correction (ABL800 FLEX) Optimize work ...istics Ability to automatically establish own control ranges (ABL77 and abl800 FLEX) Remote monitoring via RADIANCE STAT analyzer management system so...
Company:Radiometer America Inc.
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