Sysmex® CS-5100 System by Siemens Healthineers

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Sysmex® CS-5100 System
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Average Rating: 4.0
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5 out of 5
Ease of use
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After sales service
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  • Organization: Royal United Hospital

  • Ease of use
    5 out of 5
    After sales service
    4 out of 5
    Value for money
    3 out of 5
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Rating: 4.0

  • Application Area: Coagulation/Haematooogy

"The update to the latest coagulation analyzers from Sysmex in the CS-5100 is a major step up. Not only is it a huge advance in speed but using similar software to its predecessor leaves you feeling at home. Pediatric sample analysis is easier and factor assays now are super quick and no longer arduous."

Review date: 09 Apr 2018 | Sysmex® CS-5100 System

The Sysmex® CS-5100 Hemostasis System is a random access, high-volume coagulation analyzer and latest addition to the Sysmex CS family of systems. 

  • Simultaneous, multi-wavelength Preanalytical Sample Integrity (PSITM) technology enables labs to achieve high-quality results on the first test run by identifying and managing unsuitable test specimens prior to analysis. 
  • Automated sample volume checks and qualitative detection of hemolysis, icterus, and lipemia minimize the need for manual sample inspection.
  • Primary tube sample volume check identifies potential inaccuracies caused by improper sample collection 
  • Detects hemolysis, icterus, and lipemia with a preanalytic scan of patient samples performed at 3 wavelengths: 405 nm, 575 nm, and 660 nm User-defined criteria allows automatic handling of the result Accepts or flags sample results based upon an incorrect tube fill volume according to user-programmable configuration settings 
  • Simultaneous multi-wavelength scanning of clotting reactions at 340 nm, 405 nm, 575 nm, 660 nm, and 800 nm