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Hematology Analyzers Offer Channel for Immature Platelet Fraction

By LabMedica International staff writers
Posted on 18 Jul 2012
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Image: The Sysmex XN-2000 (Photo Courtesy of Sysmex).
Image: The Sysmex XN-2000 (Photo Courtesy of Sysmex).
Image: The Sysmex XN-9000 (Photo Courtesy of Sysmex).
Image: The Sysmex XN-9000 (Photo Courtesy of Sysmex).
AACC 2012: A hematology analyzer includes a fluorescent platelet channel for Immature Platelet Fraction (IPF), which will aid in the differential diagnosis of thrombocytopenia. The scalable, series-wide compact design delivers a smaller footprint that improves workflow and transforms productivity.

The analyzers are among products from Sysmex's hematology, urinalysis, cell image analysis, and middleware portfolio that are on show at the annual AACC/AACLS conference Expo being held July 15-19, 2012, in Los Angeles, (CA, USA).

The Sysmex (Mundelein, IL, USA) XN-Series Hematology Analyzers enable laboratories of any size to implement advanced clinical parameters. The scalable, series-wide compact design delivers a smaller footprint that optimizes workflow and transforms productivity. The instruments are built on the concept of Silent Design, a fusion of product design and technology.

Expo in-booth educational presentations will feature topics about hematology technology, diabetes management, and advanced clinical parameters, among others. Sysmex manufactures clinical laboratory solutions, including clinical diagnostics, automation, and information systems, and services hospitals and healthcare networks, reference laboratories, and physicians' offices worldwide.

The Sysmex XN-Series Hematology Analyzer has been designed to enable clinical laboratories to withstand future medical technologist shortages; and the ability to keep up with workload demands and testing complexity that may accompany an aging population. "The human-centered approach of Silent Design, upon which the Sysmex XN-Series hematology analyzers are built, provides a simplified system of operation and interface based on careful study of laboratory processes, the relationship between the operator and the instrument, and how people work," said Ralph Taylor, executive vice president, marketing, business development, and medical affairs, Sysmex America, Inc.

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