Protinol™ Protein-Based Osmolality Controls by Advanced Instruments

Manufacturer Advanced Instruments  |   Model: 3MA028
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5.0
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Serum control designed specifically for your osmometer. Now with a NEW Peer QC program.


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Protinol Protein-based Controls
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Great results with the analyzer we use. Excellent quality and easy to use.
Rating: 5.0

  • Application Area: Osmosis

"We use the Advanced Instruments Protinol and Retinol controls and calibration. The analyzer is very simple to use. We need to update in the next year. "

Review date: 23 Apr 2020 | Protinol™ Protein-Based Osmolality Controls

Use Protinol™ every day you test serum patient samples. It’s the control designed specifically for your osmometer.

Three clinically relevant levels: Low: 240, Normal: 280, and High: 320 mOsm/kg H2O.

Manufacturer-recommended QC. Quickly spot shifts in instrument performance.

Features:

  • Optimal performance- Clinically-relevant formulas provide important reference points and tight tolerances let you quickly spot shifts in performance.
  • Meets CAP and CLIA guidelines- Comply with regulations which recommend running two controls at different concentrations daily to verify assay performance at relevant levels.
  • Peer QC- Access instant reports to evaluate performance in real-time, receive monthly reports including all peer group data, and increase assurance in proficiency survey results.
  • Ready-to-use- No thawing, adding water, or worrying about mixing errors.