Diapack ACT Diff CF (15321-15329)

Code: 15310
Diapack ACT Diff CF (15321-15329)

Diapack ACT Diff CF Kit contains:

AcT-Diff. Diluent 15L (15321)

Dialyse-CT-Diff-CF 0,3L  (15329)

 

INTENDED USE AcT-Diff. Diluent (15321)
(For In Vitro Diagnostic Use Only)

AcT-Diff. Diluent is used by Coulter AcT 2 Diff hematological analyzer as a whole blood sample DILUTING reagent.

SUMMARY AND PRINCIPLE

A sample volume of a whole blood specimen is aspirated into the analyzer where a portion of it is automatically diluted with Act-Diff. Diluent . A portion of this first dilution is further diluted with Act-Diff. Diluent. This second dilution of the sample is then introduced into impedance particle analyzer where the red blood cell count (RBC) and the thrombocyte count (PLT) is measured. To the remainder of the first dilution a lysing reagent is added for the measurement of hemoglobin (HGB), white blood cell count (WBC), lymphocytes count (LYM), mid cell (MID), granulocyte count (GRAN). Consult your specific instrument Operator’s Manual for additional information with respect to procedures and principles for whole blood hematological analysis.

 

INTENDED USE Dialyse-CT-Diff-CF (15329)

(For In Vitro Diagnostic Use Only)

Dialyse-CT-Diff-CF is used by the Coulter JS, STKR, MD-18, ONIX, STKS, MAXM, Gen*S hematological analyzer red blood cell hemolysing reagent for the assay of hemoglobin, white blood cell count, lymphocytes count, mid cell, granulocyte count.

SUMMARY AND PRINCIPLE

A sample volume of a whole blood specimen is aspirated into the analyzer where a portion of it is automatically diluted with Diaton-CT-Diff Diluent. A portion of this first dilution is further diluted with Diaton-CT-Diff Diluent. This second dilution of the sample is then introduced into impedance particle analyzer where the red blood cell count (RBC) and the thrombocyte count (PLT) is measured. To the remainder of the first dilution a lysing reagent (Dialyse-CT-Diff-CF) is added for the measurement of hemoglobin (HGB), white blood cell count (WBC), lymphocytes count (LYM), mid cell (MID), granulocyte count (GRAN). Consult your specific instrument Operator’s Manual for additional information with respect to procedures and principles for whole blood hematological analysis.