Urine analyzer

Parameters

  1. Calcium (CA)
  2. Ascorbic acid (ACS)
  3. Glucose (GLU)
  4. Bilirubin (BIL)
  5. Creatinine (CRE)
  6. Ketones (KET)
  7. Specific Gravity (SG)
  8. Blood (BLO)
  9. pH
  10. Protein (PRO)
  11. Urobilinogen (URO)
  12. Nitrites (NIT)
  13. Leukocytes (LEU)
  14. Microalbumin (ALB)

Key features:

  • Lightweight (only 600 g)
  • Integrated printer
  • Up to 10,000 records can be stored in memory
  • Small and compact
  • Touch screen
  • Has the option to operate only with batteries
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Purpose and significance of urine analyzers in medical institutions:

Urinalysis plays a very important role in medicine, as it allows healthcare professionals to quickly and accurately assess a patient's health by analyzing urine samples. These analyzers automate the process of various urine components, providing valuable insights for diagnosis, monitoring and treatment.

  • A good diagnostic tool –  Urine analyzers help diagnose various health conditions and diseases. Analyzing the composition of urine can detect abnormalities such as urinary tract infections, kidney disease, diabetes, liver disorders, and more. Urinalysis can also reveal abnormalities such as hematuria (blood in the urine) and proteinuria (excess protein in the urine), which may indicate underlying health problems.
  • Suitable for disease monitoring and management - Patients with chronic conditions such as diabetes, kidney disease or hypertension require regular urinalysis to monitor disease progression and evaluate treatment effectiveness. Changes in urinary parameters can be early signs of worsening health, allowing healthcare professionals to adjust treatment plans as needed.
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