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There are many chemistry analyzer options available. There are small models that could fit right at a patient’s bedside, a small lab, or in an exam room, as well as benchtop analyzers, which are the most common. In addition, there are much larger floor models available. These tend to be a better option for those who have large labs that need to analyze a large number of specimens regularly.
When it comes to the features, you will find that they are similar between models and brands. However, the smaller units do tend to have fewer features and capabilities when compared with the larger units.
About chemistry analyzers
A chemistry analyzer is a common laboratory tool that is used for a range of purposes. They can be used to analyze blood serum, plasma, urine, enzymes, electrolytes, and more through latex agglutination, ion-selective potentiometry, and photometric and colorimetric testing. They are helpful for small labs and clinics, as well as large labs that are very busy. The chemistry analyzes are often used to test for metabolic functions, cardiac markets, and to monitor diabetes. In addition, they are used to test for drugs.
Chemistry Analyzer Manufacturers
Some of the well-known manufacturers who make chemistry analyzers include Thermo-Fisher Scientific, Medica, Randox Laboratories, DRG International, and EFK Diagnostics.