The CR3000 devices provide near patient testing healthcare professionals and lay users a unique panel of assays, including glucose, HBA1c, oxidative stress, lipids, hemoglobin and uric acid.
The CR3000 delivers laboratory based technology and accuracy of results via wet chemistry application.
The CR3000 analyzers have been devised to help professionals personalise consultancies, improve perceived patient care and reduce lead times for patients to receive the right healthcare advice. Devices are completely stand alone, with an inbuilt printer.
Features of CR3000
-Wet chemistry application assures accuracy and precision comparable to laboratory equipment
-Three assays are tested (according to model) at the same time dramatically reducing TATS, thanks to the presence of three reading cells in the instrument
-Testing is performed on tiny capillary blood samples (on average 10ul)
-Blood samples are collected in capillaries, placed into cuvettes containing reagents with airtight caps. This assures a cleaner and safer procedure with respects to standard near patient testing procedures
-Results are supplied in seconds to minutes
-Instruments and reagents CE marked according to the 98/79/EC Directive
-Various models are available, according to the assays performed (from 8 up to 16) and number of reading cells required (1 or 3)
-A rapid bar code reading system automatically recognises the test placed into the reading cell
-One touch easy view of the procedure for each assay displayed on the screen
-Touch screen technology assures user-friendly operation
-Customer Care is guaranteed directly via branches or through authorized local service centers world wide
-Service contracts and extended warranties are available
-Operators receive full training on use
-Refresh and follow-up courses available
Users of the CR3000
-Pharmacies: independents and chains
-Specialists in a variety of fields from cardiovascular disease to diabetes
-Health Screening Projects
-Sports field, including sports clubs, Institutes and Research Trials and Marketing of Antioxidants
-Hospitals and Universities