A Brief Guide to Buying a Clinical Chemistry Analyzer

January 6, 2021 | Evaluations & Guidance


Clinical chemistry analyzers are used in a variety of settings, from clinical laboratories to physician offices, to determine the concentration of certain metabolites, electrolytes, proteins, and/or drugs in samples of serum, plasma, urine, cerebrospinal fluid, and other body fluids. These devices are used as a diagnostic tool to help identify the best course of treatment or to modify ongoing therapy.

A clinical chemistry analyzer uses photometric/colorimetric testing as well as ion-selective potentiometry, allowing various types of results to be obtained. Two main device configurations are available:

  1. Small tabletop units, which are intended for running one or a few tests at a...

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