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 Workload Balance

  • Flexible rack entry and exit positions, also as single point of entry/exit
  • Expand the initial configuration at any stage
  • Discrete rack management
  • Built-in auto reflex

XN-9100 - Tube sorter becomes the sample manager

  • The XN-9100 Workload Balance configuration is an advanced work area automation concept best suited to labs with a varied sample profile and a need for pre-sorting. By pre-sorting the tubes to user-defined criteria, you optimise processing capacity and sample distribution across the analysis units.
  • With pre-sorting, sorting and archiving, this configuration helps optimise sample collection and fast distribution to other work areas. You can add variable clinical and productivity values, an optional slide-maker/stainer or digital imaging module.
  • This configuration is especially easy to operate as it has just a single point of entry. Tubes are placed at the entry point and fed into the tube sorter (TS-10) and registered. They are then grouped by measurement profile, patient information or any other sorting priorities you care to define. Tubes are processed as batch and transported per rack via the belt system to the XN units.
  • Negative results are validated automatically by the rule set, which contributes to reduced TAT and increased efficiency of the lab staff. Once the order processing is complete, the tubes are archived automatically. If there are still outstanding analysis orders, they are sorted for subsequent work areas.
  • Alternative designs can be installed to make best use of your space, or when the available space is not enough for a linear set-up. Use TU-40 to create an: 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 WB [DIFF]
XN-9100 WB [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
Tube sorter TS-10
Tosoh HLC-723 G11– automated glycohaemoglobin analyser

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Extended IPU

Extended IPU

The Extended IPU, as an integrated component of all XN-9100 configurations, controls the complete order management for the EDTA tubes. With rack management and tube registration each individual EDTA tube is fully traceable.

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