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Stago Diagnostics Transforms Hemostasis with Innovations at AACC 2020 Virtual Event

By LabMedica International staff writers
Posted on 17 Dec 2020
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Diagnostica Stago (Asnières-sur-Seine, France) transformed hemostasis with its innovations on display at the all virtual 2020 AACC Annual Scientific Meeting held on December 13-17.

The company demonstrated the STA Workcell Max, a transformative specimen processing platform designed to meet the rigorous requirements of efficient hemostasis testing. With a loading capacity of 300 specimens at a time, STA Workcell Max automatically loads and balances centrifuge buckets, and prepares platelet poor plasma by centrifuging specimens using hemostasis-specific criteria. By automating front-end specimen processing, rack preparation and specimen routing, the STA Workcell Max enables allocation of skilled laboratory technologists for other more complex, value-added tasks.

Attendees of the 2020 AACC Virtual Meeting Platform viewed the company’s STA Coag Expert data management platform powering the STA Workcell Max automation line, that transforms lab QC and patient results into robust, traceable, actionable clinical insights. STA Coag Expert delivers full traceability, from operator activity to reagent and consumable lot identification for each data point. Also included, are connectivity capabilities to auto-upload QC results into a real-time peer comparison program, MyExpertQC. Diagnostica Stago’s suite of digital services, including remote monitoring and proactive instrument alerts, further enhance the value of STA Coag Expert by reducing TAT and increasing system efficiency.

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