Diapack M (15314 - 15315)

Code: 15316
Diapack M (15314 - 15315)

Diapack M Kit contains:

Dia-Stabilyser 0.35L (15314)

Dia-Eritrolyser 1,3L (15315)

 

INTENDED USE Dia-Stabilyser 0,35L (15314)
(For In Vitro Diagnostic Use Only)

Dia-Stabilyser 0.35L is used by the Coulter STKS, MAXM, Gen*S hematological analyzer red blood cell hemolysing reagent for the assay ofwhite blood cell count, lymphocyte count, monocyte cell count, eosinophil cell count,basophil cell count, neutrophil cell 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 is added for the measurement of hemoglobin (HGB), white blood cell count (WBC), lymphocytes count (LYM), mid cell (MID), granulocyte count (GRAN). Another portion of the aspirated blood sample is also diluted and a RBC lyse reagents (Dia-Stabilyser and Dia-Eritrolyser) is added for white blood cell count (WBC), lymphocyte count (LYM), monocyte cell count (MONO), eosinophil cell count (EO), basophil cell count (BASO), neutrophil cell count (NEU) measurement in the flow cytometer.

 

INTENDED USE Dia-Eritrolyser 1.3L (15315)
(For In Vitro Diagnostic Use Only)

Dia-Eritrolyser 1,3L is used by the Coulter STKS, MAXM, Gen*S hematological analyzer red blood cell hemolysing reagent for the assay of white blood cell count, lymphocyte count, monocyte cell count, eosinophil cell count, basophil cell count, neutrophil cell 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 is added for the measurement of hemoglobin (HGB), white blood cell count (WBC), lymphocytes count (LYM), mid cell (MID), granulocyte count (GRAN). Another portion of the aspirated blood sample is also diluted and a RBC lyse reagents (Dia-Stabilyser and Dia-Eritrolyser) is added for white blood cell count (WBC), lymphocyte count (LYM), monocyte cell count (MONO), eosinophil cell count (EO), basophil cell count (BASO), neutrophil cell count (NEU) measurement in the flow cytometer.