Editorial Article: How to Choose the Best Hematology Analyzer for Your Lab

13 Jan 2015

Hematology technology has come a long way in a relatively short space of time. Not so long ago, complete blood counts (CBC/FBC) were performed manually by a technician in front of a microscope; hemoglobin was also measured manually using a cyanmethemoglobin method, which was slow and time consuming.

Modern day analyzers are capable of processing hundreds of samples an hour. Modular structures and advances in automation mean that systems can be built to accommodate numerous analyzers, slide makers/stainers and archiving facilities.

Our Hematology Analyzers Buying Guide is exclusive to SelectScience and you can download it for free today.

Included in this complimentary guide:

• Technology
• Electrical Impedance
• Optical Method
• Flow Cytometry
• Red Blood Cell Counting
• White Cell Differential
• Cellular Interferences
• Platelet Counting
• Hemoglobin Measurement
• Reticulocyte Count
• Point-of-Care
• Automated Slide Makers and Morphological Review
• Additional Considerations
• What is Next for the Hematology Laboratory?

This buying guide provides you with the most up-to-date information to consider when looking to purchase or update your hematology analyzer.

Plus, read the reviews written by your peers on the technology that you may be purchasing!

Download the SelectScience Hematology Buying Guide

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