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New Features Added to Radiometer Blood Gas Analysers
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New Features Added to Radiometer Blood Gas Analysers

New Features Added to Radiometer Blood Gas Analysers
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New Features Added to Radiometer Blood Gas Analysers


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Radiometer Ltd, a provider of solutions that simplify and automate all phases of acute care testing, will exhibit its range of point of care solutions at the Institute of Biomedical Science (IBMS) Congress 2019 on 23-25 September at the International Convention Centre (ICC) in Birmingham, UK.

Displayed systems will include:

ABL90 FLEX PLUS blood gas analyzer, now with creatinine and urea 

AQT90 FLEX immunoassay analyzer including sepsis biomarkers 

AQURE Data Management POC IT Solution 

PICO Blood Samplers

Radiometer is also hosting a presentation entitled to highlight the clinical benefits of point of care testing products, presented by Katy Heaney, POCT Lead, Consultant Biochemist at Frimley Park Hospital. Katy will discuss her personal experience of elevating the historical perception of blood gas analyzers from unreliable and inaccurate to reliable, multi-test analyzers producing high-quality results, such that some samples no longer need to be sent to laboratories.

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