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Sysmex America to Spotlight the Future of Hematology Technology During AACC

Published: Tuesday, July 17, 2012
Last Updated: Tuesday, July 17, 2012
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Company to showcase new hematology and urinalysis instruments that will represent 80% of the company's future product offering during this week's American Association of Clinical Chemistry (AACC) meeting in Los Angeles.

All of the new instruments are pending FDA 510(k) clearance and are not yet available for sale in the U.S. WAM Select(TM), a new middleware software offering that enables efficiency and control over hematology workflow and results management for small to medium-sized clinical laboratories also will be exhibited. The above instruments and software and cell imaging products can be found at Sysmex's exhibit booth #1347. Sysmex is a global leader in clinical laboratory systemization and solutions, including clinical diagnostics, automation and information systems and services hospitals and healthcare networks, reference laboratories and physicians offices worldwide.

Sysmex in-booth educational presentations, which will feature topics about hematology technology, diabetes management and advanced clinical parameters, among others, are as follows:

Actionable Management Reports: Put Yourself in the Driver's Seat Now!Anne Tate, MT(ASCP)SC, Senior Product Manager, IT Products, Sysmex America, Inc., Mundelein, IL

HbA1c: The Roadmap to Successful Management of the Diabetic PatientMichael Spiekerman M.D., Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicines, Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine, Chief, Section of Chemistry Clinical Pathology, Scott & White Healthcare, Temple, TX

Even Small Labs Deserve Auto-validation (WAM Select)Julia Witt, SH(ASCP), Hematology Supervisor - Smith-Glynn-Callaway, Mercy Clinic Laboratory Services, Springfield, MO

Quick Tools to Measure Hematology Lab Productivity and Turn-around TimesAllen A. Wozniak, Sr., MT(ASCP) SC, Sr. Laboratory Consultant, Sysmex America, Inc., Mundelein, IL

The Future of Hematology Technology - Sysmex XN Series*Barbara Connell, MS, MT(ASCP)SH, Sr. Manager, Scientific Marketing, Sysmex America, Inc., Mundelein, IL*Pending FDA 510(k) clearance, not available for sale in the US.

The Measurement of Immature Cells in the Peripheral Blood - A Window to Bone Marrow AssessmentJennifer Marcenelle, RN, MBA, Manager, Clinical Support, Sysmex America, Inc., Mundelein, IL

Sysmex: Shaping the Future of Laboratory ServicesJackie Guenther, MT(ASCP), Sr. Product Manager, Service Marketing, Sysmex America, Inc., Mundelein, IL

Sysmex associates from the U.S., Canada and Latin America will be available to speak with clinical laboratory professionals about the Sysmex hematology and urinalysis instruments, middleware and cell image analysis products at the Sysmex booth #1347.

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