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Diagnostica Stago Displays STA Compact Max and STA Satellite Max Analyzers at MEDLAB

By LabMedica International staff writers
Posted on 06 Feb 2020
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Diagnostica Stago (Asnières-sur-Seine, France) exhibited its STA Compact Max and STA Satellite Max analyzers at MEDLAB Middle East, which took place from 3-6 February 2020 at the Dubai World Trade Centre. MEDLAB Middle East, the Middle East & North Africa (MENA) region’s largest medical laboratory exhibition and congress, drew over 25,800 medical laboratory industry professionals and 600 exhibitors from 35 countries.

At this year’s MEDLAB, Diagnostica Stago displayed STA Compact Max, a fully automated benchtop hemostasis analyzer with an expansive test menu and enhanced throughput, making it the perfect system offering for mid-sized laboratories. The system’s unique method of sample management offers moderate throughput and rapid processing of STAT samples with no impact to the instrument’s time to result. With 96 sample positions and 45 reagent positions, the Compact Max can easily handle the workload with minimal intervention from the operator. Integrated STA Coag Expert Software provides full auto-verification, repeat/reflex testing, a comprehensive QC package, accreditation tools, automated maintenance logs, TAT monitoring and maintains five years of patient archives onboard. The Compact Max is available with an optional cap-piercing system to reduce bio-hazard exposure risks.

Alongside the STA Compact Max, Diagnostica Stago exhibited STA Satellite Max, a hemostasis analyzer designed specifically for “satellite” labs looking for a device that meets their needs while guaranteeing results as reliable as those obtained in large specialized laboratories. The STA Satellite Max includes a comprehensive test menu, designed for the needs of today’s low-volume laboratory, offering all routine and STAT tests. Connected to the STA Coag Expert, the STA Satellite Max automatically runs result validation operations and can link “satellite” labs within a group to benefit from additional connected solutions, including My Expert QC.

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