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Horiba Showcases Latest Hematology and Hemostasis Solutions at EUROMEDLAB 2022

By LabMedica International staff writers
Posted on 11 Apr 2022
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Image: Horiba Medical at the EUROMEDLAB 2022 (Photo courtesy of Horiba Medical)
Image: Horiba Medical at the EUROMEDLAB 2022 (Photo courtesy of Horiba Medical)

Horiba Medical (Kyoto, Japan) showcased its hematology and hemostasis solutions at the EUROMEDLAB 2022 which took place from April 10 to 14 at the ICM Internationales Congress Center, Munich, Germany. The company also presented scientific posters on its high range hematology solutions during the poster session time.

At its exhibition booth, Horiba showcased its automation high-end HELO Global Hematology Solution covering all the needs of a high throughput automated hematology platform. Thanks to its data, tube management, waste, blood film and digitalization management capability, HELO not only addresses all the needs of laboratories, but helps to optimize their TAT, floor space and reagent storage. Among its Yumizen range of hematology solutions, Horiba displayed its Yumizen H2500/H1500 and the Yumizen H550 hematology analyzers. The Yumizen H2500/H1500 has a real throughput of 120 samples per hour for CBC-DIFF NRBC and slides and come with on board reagents (5 for Yumizen H2500 and 4 for Yumizen H1500). Along with testing for up to 55 parameters, their automatic 360°C rotative sample mixing provides perfect homogeneity. On the other hand, the Yumizen H550 is a compact 6-diff hematology analyzer with an auto sampling system which aims at providing a full walk away capability to a variety of clinical environments: hospitals, satellite labs, emergency care, small independent labs, and doctors’ offices.

Among its Yumizen range of hemostasis solutions, Horiba displayed its Yumizen G1550/G1500 and Yumizen G400 hemostasis analyzers. The Yumizen G1550/G1500 automated analyzer offers routine and specialized testing in a single analysis system along with liquid and ready-to-use reagents for 80% of laboratory activity. It offers up to eight measuring channels with two wavelength combinations, continuous loading, and simplified anteriority management thanks to a large database of 1,000,000 results. The Yumizen G400 semi-automated hemostasis analyzer offers four independent measuring channels and 20 incubation positions and is easy to operate with an innovative user interface. Other solutions on display at the Horiba EUROMEDLAB 2022 exhibition booth included the Yumizen SPS slide maker, the CellaVision DC-1 digital cell morphology system, the Yumizen P8000 middleware and expert validation station and the Yumizen T6000 automated conveyor.

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