Automated clinical chemistry analyzer.
Since the introduction of automated clinical chemistry analyzers in 1956, automated analyzers have evolved into a multichannel continuous flow auto analyzers in very short time. Random-access discrete analyzers are the ultimate, modern-time instruments which have much flexibility in their functions.
Today’s clinical laboratories are in need of continuous, high quality customer service in order to keep their high quality serving. These requirements are becoming increasingly questionable because of cost apprehensions which drives the smaller laboratories to introduce fully automated analyzers. The introduction of automated analyzers has brought among the user laboratories to process much larger workloads with minimum staff, minimized human error, TAT and conversely with increased productivity, improved safety and improved sample handling.