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UNISTAT Bilirubinometer

Description: The Reichert UNISTAT Bilirubinometer is a stat photometric analyzer for determining total bilirubin concentration in newborn infants. It quickly determines if more extensive tests are needed by providing measurement of bilirubin levels in less than 5 seconds....
Company:Reichert, Inc.
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Reichert Products - UNISTAT Bilirubinometer - Overview

The Reichert UNISTAT Bilirubinometer is a stat photometric analyzer for ... It quickly determines if more extensive tests are needed by providing ...

Reichert Products - UNISTAT Bilirubinometer - Detailed Description

The Reichert UNISTAT Bilirubinometer measures total bilirubin rapidly, ... The improved Reichert Unistat Bilirubinometer includes diagnostic codes, a high ...

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Bilirubinometer - BMET Wiki

A device that measures Bilirubin (formerly referred to as hematoidin) is the ... "http://bmet.wikia.com/wiki/Bilirubinometer" Category: Medical Device Type ...

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