Portable blood gas and electrolyte analyzer evaluated in a multiinstitutional study.

@article{Lindemans1999PortableBG,
  title={Portable blood gas and electrolyte analyzer evaluated in a multiinstitutional study.},
  author={Jan W. Lindemans and P Hoefkens and A L van Kessel and Marc M. Bonnay and Wolf Kuelpmann and Jeroen D. E. van Suijlen},
  journal={Clinical chemistry},
  year={1999},
  volume={45 1},
  pages={111-7}
}
A recently introduced blood gas/electrolyte analyzer (SenDx 100((R)), renamed ABL70) intended for point-of-care, near-patient, or stat laboratory use was evaluated simultaneously in four different institutions and compared with three different laboratory bench analyzers with respect to imprecision, inaccuracy (assessed by tonometry), and patient-sample analyses. The analyzer is equipped with a sensor cassette and a reagent cartridge for 50, 100, or 200 analyses and 100 or more traditional… CONTINUE READING

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