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All-In-One CLIA Analyzer to Transform Clinical Diagnostics Landscape

By LabMedica International staff writers
Posted on 12 Jul 2023
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Image: The ADL i1910 CLIA analyzer is designed for comprehensive clinical testing (Photo courtesy of Anbio)
Image: The ADL i1910 CLIA analyzer is designed for comprehensive clinical testing (Photo courtesy of Anbio)

An automated, compact, and cost-effective CLIA analyzer combines cutting-edge technology with versatile capabilities to provide a wide range of qualitative and quantitative testing options for analytes in human serum, plasma, whole blood, and urine samples.

Anbio Biotechnology (Frankfurt, Germany) has launched the Anbio ADL i1910 all-in-one CLIA analyzer that employs a direct chemiluminescence method based on acridinium ester. This ensures accurate and consistent results across a wide range of applications, including hormone detection, myocardial disease screening, infectious disease diagnostics, or tumor-related antigen analysis. The ADL i1910 delivers a powerful performance and fulfills the varied requirements of modern healthcare professionals. It offers an impressive range of 49 developed assays, enabling qualitative as well as quantitative testing of analytes. The ADL i1910 provides a comprehensive immunodiagnostic solution for healthcare providers to access vital information in an efficient manner.

The ADL i1910 significantly enhances laboratory productivity, thanks to its high throughput of up to 120 tests per hour. With its quick turnaround times, healthcare providers can arrive at timely and informed decisions, eventually improving patient care. Its intuitive graphic user interface coupled with a large color touch screen simplifies operation and shortens the learning curve. It user-friendly design makes it easy to use for experienced professionals and new users alike, thus improving overall efficiency. Designed to occupy minimal space, the ADL i1910 has a small footprint in order to optimize valuable space for other necessary lab equipment, making it ideal for laboratories of all sizes. By offering healthcare providers a cost-effective and comprehensive solution, the Anbio ADL i1910 is expected to transform the clinical diagnostics space.

"Anbio is proud to introduce the ADL i1910, a breakthrough CLIA analyzer that revolutionizes clinical diagnostics," said Jack Davis, Chief Business Officer at Anbio. "With its advanced technology, extensive assay menu, and impressive throughput, the ADL i1910 provides healthcare professionals with a reliable and efficient solution for a wide range of diagnostic applications."

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