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Diagnostica Stago Highlights Max Generation Family of Coagulation Analyzers at MEDLAB Middle East 2021

By LabMedica International staff writers
Posted on 23 Jun 2021
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Image: Diagnostica Stago Highlights Max Generation Family of Coagulation Analyzers at MEDLAB Middle East 2021 (Photo courtesy of Diagnostica Stago)
Image: Diagnostica Stago Highlights Max Generation Family of Coagulation Analyzers at MEDLAB Middle East 2021 (Photo courtesy of Diagnostica Stago)
Diagnostica Stago (Asnières-sur-Seine, France), which develops and markets automated systems for blood analysis, highlighted its Max Generation family of coagulation analyzers at MEDLAB Middle East 2021.

On display at the event was the STA R Max 3, a versatile analyzer that will adapt to any type of laboratory set-up, for an equivalent performance whether used alone or integrated into an automated track. It is supported by a range of reagents offering a comprehensive menu of routine and specialized tests, ensuring effective TAT (turnaround time) management. Like its predecessor, the STA R Max 3 has an EPC module for checking sample integrity that controls fill volumes of all types of tubes and detects haemolysed, icteric and lipemic samples to ensure quality results. It requires no additional plasma volume and does not affect throughput.

The company also presented the STA Compact Max 3 which offers significant performance improvements and includes the EPC (expert pre-analytical check) module. This EPC module controls fill volumes of all types of tubes and detects haemolysed, icteric and lipemic samples, allowing the STA Compact Max 3 to check sample integrity to ensure quality results. It requires no additional plasma volume and does not affect throughput. In addition, the company highlighted the STA Satellite Max which builds on the proven strengths of the Max Generation, offering new functionalities and a user-friendly interface, making it the ideal solution for Haemostasis testing in low-volume labs. The STA Satellite Max is a Haemostasis 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.

At this year’s MEDLAB Middle East, the company showcased the STA R Max 3, a versatile analyzer that will adapt to any type of laboratory set-up, for an equivalent performance whether used alone or integrated into an automated track. It is supported by a range of reagents offering a comprehensive menu of routine and specialized tests, ensuring effective TAT (turnaround time) management.

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