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analyzer

[′an·ə‚līz·ər]
(computer science)
A routine for the checking of a program.
One of several types of computers used to solve differential equations.
(engineering)
A multifunction test meter, measuring volts, ohms, and amperes. Also known as set analyzer.
(mechanical engineering)
The component of an absorption refrigeration system where the mixture of water vapor and ammonia vapor leaving the generator meets the relatively cool solution of ammonia in water entering the generator and loses some of its vapor content.
(optics)
A device, such as a Nicol prism, which passes only plane polarized light; used in the eyepiece of instruments such as the polariscope.
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The use of automated analyzers with the ability to incorporate different tests, assay types, reagents, software, and accessories provides a comprehensive package for improving clinical effectiveness and outcomes when managed by laboratory professionals.
It is hoped that reaction monitor analysis will become a feature of automated analyzers to allow these results to be prospectively flagged as abnormal without requiring individual laboratories to create their own interventions.
Measured values were compared when the specimens were hemolyzed with Reagent 1 and analysis began 10 s, 5 min, and 30 min later, and when samples of blood cells were hemolyzed using an automated analyzer.
We modified our fully automated TIBC method to make it more applicable for use with more automated analyzers by simplifying reagent preparation, and we describe the method herein.
and the choline-oxidase method (Wako) using a Hitachi 7170 automated analyzer.
After detailed optimization studies, we investigated the new enzymatic kinetic assay of serum or urine UN determination by LED and urease with the Hitachi 7150 automated analyzer, which automatically calculated the difference between the endogenous N[H.
Similar results were observed by Denise et al, in which the comparison was done using three different automated analyzers.
In 22 chapters, pathology and laboratory medicine professionals from the US and Canada discuss the effects of ethnicity, gender, age, diet, and exercise on laboratory test results; the effects of patient preparation and specimen collection; specimen misidentification and processing issues; endogenous factors like bilirubin, lipemia, and hemolysis; immunoassay formats and mechanisms of interference; the effects of herbal medicines; sources of errors for measuring common analytes in clinical chemistry; errors in biochemical genetics; issues related to measuring hormones, cancer biomarkers, and endocrinology testing; and issues of interferences in therapeutic drug monitoring, drug abuse testing, confirmation testing for drugs of abuse, and alcohol determination using automated analyzers.
The assay analyzes nonhemolyzed serum samples on a variety of automated analyzers in as little as 10 min.
The Euroimmun antibody detection test kits can be run on fully automated analyzers, allowing researchers to work with large volumes of samples to better understand the virus.
Among the topics are false-positive drugs of abuse test results due to the use of prescription and non-prescription drugs, when a toxicology report is negative in a suspected overdosed patient: the world of designer drugs, limitations of blood alcohol measurements using automated analyzers and breath analyzers, plant poisoning and the clinical laboratory, interference in immunoassays used to monitor trycyclic antidepressants, and the effect of drug-herb interactions on therapeutic drug monitoring.
description of the procurement: The scope of services includes the execution of all deliveries and services, Including coordination, Production, Delivery, Installation, Installation, Commissioning and testing, For the operational, Functional and acceptable introduction of automated analyzers including delivery of the required reagents, Controls, Calibrators and other consumables for the blood gas analysis.

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