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Randox Launches Dedicated Liquid BNP Control as Part of the Acclaimed Acusera Range

Published: Friday, February 22, 2013
Last Updated: Friday, February 22, 2013
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Our liquid BNP control is designed for use in the routine monitoring of accuracy and precision.

This true third party control offers unbiased assessment of performance as Randox uses over 23,000 totally independent laboratories to assign targets and ranges.

The BNP control comes as a 100% human serum, manufactured to the high quality standards associated with all Acusera controls.

This comes as a convenient liquid ready to use format in 1 ml vials which makes them ideal for Point of Care Testing and the 30 day open vial stability along with the vial size helps to reduce any wastage.

For optimum performance and advanced analytical capabilities use in combination with Acusera 24.7 Live Online, an inter-laboratory data management programme designed to monitor analytical performance, interpret QC results and improve the effectiveness of quality control.

With Acusera 24.7 users benefit from online access anytime, peer group data generated from thousands of laboratories every 24 hours, fully interactive charts and reports and automatic import of QC data direct from users LIMs or instrument via Acusera 24.7 Connect.


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