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Evaluation of a fully automated centrifugal analyzer for performance of hemostasis tests


Clinical Chemistry 33(10): 1888-1890
Evaluation of a fully automated centrifugal analyzer for performance of hemostasis tests
We have evaluated the performance of a centrifugal analyzer, specifically designed for hemostasis tests, for methods based on clotting time as measured by light scattering, or based on splitting of chromogenic substrates. The results were compared with those obtained with a semiautomated coagulometer (clotting tests) or with a manually operated photometer (chromogenic tests). In general, the results with the centrifugal analyzer were at least as precise as those of the comparative methods, with greater output and ease of operation. Disadvantages of the instrument are its partial incompatibility with some commercial reagents and the relative rigidity of the operational parameters, which hinder its use for research.


Accession: 005395120

PMID: 3665045



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