FIT screening

The FIT-based screening test is easy and therefore manages to attract high participation rates – the main driver behind the success of any national or regional screening programme. Generally, national or regional administrations assume responsibility for managing the logistics, financials and efficiency of the programme in close cooperation with their selected laboratory partners.

For further information, you can check our FIT for screening microsite. 
www.fitscreening.eu/

 

 

XN-9100 Compact Integration

  • Discrete rack management
  • Built-in auto reflex
  • Flexible rack entry and exit positions, also as single point of entry/exit
  • Connectable to all major TLA systems
  • Expansion of your initial configuration at any stage

XN-9100 – flexible and adaptable, ready to grow with you

The XN- 9100 Compact Integration can integrate up to 24 XN analysis modules, our new slide maker/stainer, the SP-50, and the DI-60 digital imaging module. It is best suited to labs with a large number of samples with an almost exclusively uniform order profile without the need for dedicated EDTA tube sorting, which need to perform a fair number of smears and stains. All variations of the XN-9100 include the Extended information-processing unit (Extended IPU) as standard. This enhances the efficiency of your lab by intelligently routing and controlling your sample, order and data workflow.

Each XN analysis module can be equipped with applications that deliver additional clinical value as you need them. The system does not slow down because the modules process racks with samples simultaneously – the routing logic ensures the modules work together perfectly. So you don’t lose any precious time, even with abnormal samples.

To make optimal use of your space, or when the available space is not enough for a linear set-up, alternative designs can be installed using TU-40: inner-L, outer-L, inner-U, outer-U, Z.

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Specifications

Specifications

Measurement principles
WBC DIFF/RET/PLT-F/WPC: Fluorescence flow cytometry
RBC/PLT: Hydrodynamically focussed impedance
HGB: Cyanide-free SLS haemoglobin

Aspiration volume   
XN module: 88 µL in whole blood (WB) mode and body fluid (BF) mode
SP-50 module: 70 µL for smear preparation in auto mode,
38 µL for smear preparation in manual mode

Throughput  
From two XN-10/20 modules in combination with SP-50 (H mode): from 200 samples/h in whole blood (WB) mode, up to 40 samples/h in body fluid (BF) mode per module, up to 75 slides/h per module

Quality control   
XN Check (three levels) and XN Check BF (two levels)

Configurations
XN-9100 CI [DIFF]
XN-9100 CI [WPC]

Parameters

Parameters

XN-CBC = always with NRBC

Whole blood
WBC, NRBC%, NRBC#, RBC, HGB, HCT, MCV, MCH, MCHC, PLT, RDW-SD, RDW-CV, MicroR%, MacroR%, PDW, MPV, P-LCR, PCT, NEUT%, NEUT#, LYMPH%, LYMPH#, MONO%, MONO#, EO%, EO#, BASO%, BASO#, IG%, IG#

With RET (optional)
RET%, RET#, IRF, LFR, MFR, HFR, RET-He, RBC-He, Delta-He, HYPO-He%, HYPER-He%, PLT-O

With PLT-F (optional)
PLT-F, IPF, IPF#

With WPC (optional)
Extended Inflammation Parameters licence: NEUT-GI, NEUT-RI, RE-LYMP%, RE-LYMP#, AS-LYMP%, AS-LYMP#

XN Stem Cells licence
HPC%, HPC#

Body Fluids with XN-BF
WBC-BF, RBC-BF, MN%, MN#, PMN%, PMN#, TC-BF# (optional)

Integrated optional modules
DI-60 for digital image analysis

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Automatic Smear Workflow

Automatic Smear Workflow

Samples that need a smear are automatically directed for processing to the SP-50 slide maker/stainer and then transferred to the digital imaging module (DI-60). Like extended measurements, smears are only initiated if they offer additional diagnostic value. You can also smear-making/staining and morphology up front – whatever your needs are. Slides can also be output separately for manual review, which is then controlled by a specific set of rules.

Extended IPU

Extended IPU

The Extended IPU, as an integrated component of all XN-9000/XN-9100 configurations, controls the complete EDTA tube order management, sample- and data workflow, and provides full tube traceability.

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