Point of care hemoglobin analyzers

EKF Hematology division aims to make blood donation and anemia screening easier, more affordable and more accessible than ever before.

Our point of care hemoglobin analyzers and tests deliver fast and reliable results for hemoglobin and hematocrit that provide both practitioner and patient with helpful information to guide decisions for medical care or lifestyle interventions in seconds.

All over the world our hemoglobin analyzers are used in blood banks, field clinics, malnutrition and HIV programs, GP surgeries, obstetrics and maternity wards.

EKF hemoglobin analyzers make blood donation and anemia screening easier

Our analyzers

Hemo Control  

The point of care hemoglobin analyzer Hemo Control uses the most established azide methemoglobin method to deliver accurate hemoglobin results, as well as an optional hematocrit calculation, from 25 seconds.

DiaSpect Tm 

The DiaSpect point of care hemoglobin analyzers, Diaspect Tm for whole blood use a reagentless cuvette to provide results in less than two seconds. Reagentless cuvettes have a long shelf life and are ideally suited to hot and humid conditions.

HemataStat II

The HemataSTAT II is a point of care microhematocrit centrifuge that provides quantitative readings for multiple patient samples. HemataStat II is ideally suited for use within laboratories and veterinary settings.

Point of care hemoglobin analyzers more affordable and accessible than ever before.


Read our guides

We have written a series of guides to help medical professionals understand more about point-of-care testing for anemia, diabetes, ketosis and lactate measurement.

Find out more about the different methods for testing, the symptoms, the associated conditions and understand how POCT can help deliver accurate results in minutes.


Read guides


Anemia and hemoglobin testing

Read more about anemia and hemoglobin testing.


Diabetes and HbA1c testing

Read more about diabetes testing.



Capillary sampling guide

Read more about the importance of capillary blood sampling.