The Biosen series of glucose analyzers include three different models and are a familiar brand name in laboratories and diabetes clinics.
Biosen analyzers can be manufactured as single channel glucose systems or as dual channel systems that can measure lactate at the same time.
Biosen uses a special chip sensor technology to deliver fast measurements with a high degree of accuracy at a low cost per test. Due to the long life of the sensor chip the system requires little maintenance, features such as the touch screen and large memory only add to the Biosen analyzer’s user-friendliness.
All Biosen analyzers are supplied with an interface to connect to hospital or lab information systems (LIS). An integrated barcode reader and printer are also available with most configurations.
Biosen can test blood, plasma or serum to provide glucose and lactate values with excellent precision (less than 2% CV) over a wide measurement range.
The range can be ordered as either one or two channel systems for measurements of either glucose or lactate, or both, in each of the following models:
Yes. Up to 1,000 sets of results together with date, time, position and tray number can be stored in the device’s memory.
The calibration is performed automatically by the Biosen analyzer. The operator can choose from three different calibration modes: ‘at startup’, ‘periodic’ or ‘time account’.
EKF Diagnostics provides a standard solution to calibrate the system for glucose and lactate testing.
EKF Diagnostics guarantees that each sensor will last for 7,500 glucose measurements (or 60 days) or 6,000 lactate measurements (or 50 days).
To ensure that the Biosen functions at its optimum performance we recommend that the exchanger and pump tube are replaced every six months and that the sample cannula is replaced annually. These steps are described in detail in the instruction guide and can be performed by users.
Biosen analyzers come with a warranty of one year from the date of shipping.
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