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Horiba Presents Comprehensive Range of Hematology, Hemostasis and Clinical Chemistry Analyzers at MEDLAB Middle East

By LabMedica International staff writers
Posted on 24 Jan 2022
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Image: Horiba at MEDLAB Middle East 2022 (Photo courtesy of Horiba Medical)
Image: Horiba at MEDLAB Middle East 2022 (Photo courtesy of Horiba Medical)

Horiba Medical (Kyoto, Japan) presented its comprehensive hematology, hemostasis and clinical chemistry analyzer ranges, as well as its HELO Solution that meets all laboratory configuration needs at MEDLAB Middle East 2022.

At the 2022 edition of MEDLAB Middle East, Horiba displayed its Yumizen G Range of five hemostasis analyzers and a comprehensive reagents menu from routine to specialized tests. Also on display was Horiba’s new compact hematology system the Yumizen H550 that provides full walk-away capability to small-mid size laboratories. The Yumizen H550 is a compact hematology system with integrated sample rack auto loading that is designed to provide rapid testing and full hematology diagnosis. It provides the operator with a full walk-away capacity of 40 tubes with continuous loading. Based on proven and innovative technologies, it answers the need for a robust analyzer and requires no user maintenance. Horiba also displayed the Yumizen H2500, its new generation automated hematology analyzer that answers customers expectations of solid and reliable diagnostic technology as well as rapid and consistent results.

The focus at Horiba’s demonstrations at the event was on the company’s global hematology solution, the HELO Solution (HORIBA Evolutive Laboratory Organization). HELO is an innovative design solution covering all the needs of a high throughput automated hematology platform. Flexible and efficient, HELO is the optimum answer to the constant evolution of any laboratory. The HORIBA advanced technologies embedded in the Yumizen H2500/H1500 associated with over 30 years experience in Hematology diagnosis offer the highest analytical performances. Thanks to its data, tube management, waste, blood film and digitalization management capability, HELO not only addresses a lab’s needs, but helps them to optimize TAT, floor space and reagent storage.

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