In the recent years, the need for laboratory testing in disease diagnosis and management exponentially increased, that caused an exemplary rise in laboratory testing demands. To satisfy these needs, innovative products are developed in various field of clinical laboratory testing such as clinical chemistry, hematology, molecular diagnostics for improved healthcare diagnosis.
Modern technological advancements have led to a tremendous progression in the field of medical sciences due to development in the field of Hematology. Newer technology are constantly being introduced leading to precise diagnosis, reliable results, Instruments and reagents. Advanced Hematology instruments being developed today, now offer better and precise diagnosis at a lower turnaround time, with minimal wastage.
The reason why laboratories today are equipped with modern Hematology analyzers is mainly due to they operate with greater efficiency than ever before. Another major factor is complete automation of pre-analytical, analytical and post-analytical tasks enables laboratories to perform more work using less labor and fewer resources. Consolidation of stand-alone modules and integration of multiple units into a single system has led to the evolution of a highly efficient workstations that perform a number of tests and are capable of running a number of assays simultaneously.
Trivitron Healthcare, the Multi-Modality Medical Technology Company, has emerged as one of the leading designers and manufacturers of a wide range of CE certified Hematology Analyzers and other instruments to hospitals, individual healthcare providers, independent clinics and laboratories.
Trivitron offers a range of lab modalities that offer precision diagnosis at ease
The Cellenium 21 is a multi-parameter, automated hematology Analyser designed for in vitro diagnostic use in clinical laboratories, to analyze the human blood cells, which provide the necessary reference to clinical diagnosis. It has a throughput of 60 samples per hour & offers a wide range of hematological analysis. The system includes precise counting through high resolution cylindrical aperture and use Sweep flow, PHM & PWM technology for reliable results.
We see that advances in hematology instruments are driven by a number of factors which has led laboratories evolving to healthcare hubs with a number of integrated platforms conducting hundreds of laboratory analysis per hour. In future, the growth of a laboratory will rely on this foundation enhancing capabilities of small or mid-level labs.