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Mindray Showcases Total Automated, Scalable Laboratory Solutions for Improving Workflow, Efficiency and Standardization of High Volume Labs

By LabMedica International staff writers
Posted on 21 Dec 2020
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Mindray (Shenzhen, China) showcased its total laboratory solutions for labs with ultra-high, high, low, mid-to-high, small-to-mid and small volume at the AACC Virtual 2020 Annual Scientific Meeting & Clinical Lab Expo.

For ultra high volume laboratories, Mindray demonstrated its new M6000 Laboratory Automation System which can empower them with high processing speed, less hands-on time, great cost efficiency and standardized analytical quality. Through modular combination, the M6000 integrates four biochemical, immune, blood and coagulation independent detection systems to achieve complete automation and standardization of the inspection process.

For high volume labs, Mindray showcased its automated, scalable solutions that can improve their workflow and standardization, bringing efficiency at all levels. Mindray also demonstrated its solutions that can help mid-to-high volume laboratories optimize workflow, increase efficiency and maintain robust operation. Additionally, the company showcased its reliable and robust solutions designed to improve productivity and accuracy for small-to-mid volume laboratories. Mindray also demonstrated its robust, cost efficient and easy-to-use laboratory solutions that cater to small volume labs.

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