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Siemens Exhibits Intelligent and Integrated Portfolio of IVD Solutions at AACC Clinical Lab Expo

By LabMedica International staff writers
Posted on 27 Sep 2021
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Image: Siemens Exhibits Intelligent and Integrated Portfolio of IVD Solutions at AACC Clinical Lab Expo (Photo courtesy of Siemens Healthineers)
Image: Siemens Exhibits Intelligent and Integrated Portfolio of IVD Solutions at AACC Clinical Lab Expo (Photo courtesy of Siemens Healthineers)

Siemens Healthineers (Erlangen, Germany) exhibited its intelligent, integrated range of IVD solutions at the 2021 AACC Annual Scientific Meeting & Clinical Lab Expo held in Atlanta on September 26-30.

AACC's annual meeting is the world's largest lab medicine conference with nearly 20,000 participants from more than 100 countries. At this year’s AACC, Siemens highlighted its Atellica Solution range of flexible, scalable, automation-ready immunoassay and chemistry analyzers. The Atellica Solution is comprised of sample management, as well as immunoassay and chemistry analyzers, and is an excellent fit for mid-and high-volume labs. It delivers unprecedented flexibility to adapt to changing testing needs and space constraints. The company demonstrated how its Atellica Integrated Automation (AIA) on the Atellica Solution consolidated revolutionary sample management technology, intelligent software, and IT to provide workflow efficiency with the flexibility to add decapping with little or no additional footprint.

Siemens also demonstrated its new, more-scalable automation solutions that include pre- and post-analytics for labs of all sizes to accommodate their specific needs, testing volumes, and resources. Siemens showed how labs could achieve open, one-touch, end-to-end testing with Aptio Automation; Drive open, one-touch sample preparation for multidisciplinary labs with its Atellica Task Targeted Automation; and streamline lab’s biggest chemistry and immunoassay workloads with the Atellica Integrated Automation

Siemens also introduced its new Atellica Hematology Portfolio that pairs analyzers and automation with intelligence to streamline operations and support accurate clinical decision-making that’s on-time, every time. The company displayed two new flagship hematology analyzers - Atellica HEMA 570 and 580 – that are designed to deliver reliable performance targeted for high volume routine workloads.

Siemens is currently developing the Atellica CI 1900 System for the lower-to-mid-volume laboratories. It is planned to utilize the same menu, reagents, consumables, and detection technology as the Atellica Solution2. The Atellica CI 1900 System1 is being designed to take the lab a step beyond by offering the same workflow and IT across the network with the goal of redefining standardization.

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