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Medica EasyRA Chemistry Analyzer - Simple, Efficient and Easy-to-Use

by Jeremy Linder Lab Equipment Supplier
The Medica EasyRA chemistry analyzer comes with a throughput of 240 samples/hour (depending on the tests assayed).



Fast and accurate clinical chemistry testing is important when it comes to providing quality care. Chemistry analyzers are an essential instrument in all types of clinical settings, ranging from high-throughput laboratories to point-of-care settings to test for analytes such as proteins, enzymes, and electrolytes. These devices analyze samples of blood serum, plasma, and urine through photometric and immuno-turbidimetric assay tests. Applications include drugs-of-abuse testing, testing for metabolic functions or cardiac markers and monitoring of diseases such as diabetes. Leading manufacturers of laboratory equipment offer innovative models of these chemistry systems integrated with advanced features and technical specifications. The Medica EasyRA Clinical Chemistry Analyzer combines drugs-of-abuse, routine and specialty chemistries on a single, easy-to-use platform. This automated system is specially designed to meet the changing demands of clinical laboratories.

With its enhanced throughput of 200+ results an hour, the EasyRA is designed to meet the changing demands of the clinical laboratory and provides reliable test results at high speed. It uses a single platform for drugs-of-abuse in urine and routine chemistries. It features two levels of quality control (Levey-Jennings plots for two levels) and involves both single and multilevel calibration curved (based on analyte).  It uses photometric technology which has a proven performance for high precision.

EasyRA chemistry analyzer comes with total data storage capacity of 2000 patient results and 56,000 test results, along with the ability to archive and retrieve results. This fully automated chemistry system features a throughput capacity of up to 240 samples/hour (depending on the tests assayed) and can analyze stat samples in less than 8 minutes. This allows lab technicians to save valuable time by programming the next work list (while another work list is running) or check reagent and cuvette inventories to prepare for the next run. Friendly displays signal the process of a run and easily allow changes. Some of the other standard features and specifications of the device include - 

  • Faster cycle time for inventories, pipetting and fluid handling
  • Positive/negative results reported
  • No manual visual interpretations
  • Reduce risk of transcription errors with automated data entry and bidirectional LIS communication 
  • Waste tubing maintenance schedule reduced from 6 to 4 months
  • Sample cups or primary tubes in a wide range of sizes 
  • Sample volume - Photometric chemistries: 2.0-25.0 μL; programmed in 0.1 μL steps; ISE
  • Reagents - 24 positions for reagents
  • Waste tubing maintenance schedule reduced from 6 to 4 months
  • ISE Module (optional)
  • Samples - 24 sample positions per sample ring for patient, calibrator, or QC samples; STAT: up to 5 user-defined positions; optional second sample ring uniquely identified by analyzer; automatic
  • Power requirements - 100 VAC-240 VAC ± 10% 50-60 Hz, 4.0/2.0A
  • Sample identification - Position ID, barcode ID (optional), barcode types: codabar, code 39, 128, interleaved 2 of 5

With the EasyRa, there is no need to manually program reagents. When the smart reagent wedge is placed anywhere in the reagent area, the analyzer will automatically identify location, number of samples remaining, sample volumes, and expiration dates.

Find a Reliable Lab Equipment Dealer

Established chemistry laboratory equipment suppliers offer the Medica Easy RA chemistry analyzer. Purchase from a reliable online store will ensure reasonable pricing as well as maintenance support.    

About Jeremy Linder Committed     Lab Equipment Supplier

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Created on Oct 27th 2018 05:30. Viewed 180 times.

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