• #897037
  • 761
  • Abbott Point of Care #09P3125
Reagent iSTAT® Chem8+ Renal / General Chemistry Test Sodium / Potassium / Chloride / Ionized Calcium / Urea Nitrogen / Glucose / Creatinine / Hematocrit / TCO2 For iSTAT* System Critical Blood Analyzer 9 Tests 25 Cartridges

Features
  • Each test cartridge contains chemically sensitive biosensors on a silicon chip that are configured to perform specific tests
  • Each i-STAT single-use cartridge uses advanced biosensor technology that applies microfluidics to process the most comprehensive range of clinical tests in a single platform, allowing clinicians to access the time-sensitive diagnostic information they need
  • To perform a test, 2 to 3 drops of blood are applied to a cartridge, which is then inserted into the i-STAT handheld
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Product Specifications


McKesson #897037
Manufacturer #09P3125
BrandiSTAT® Chem8+
ManufacturerAbbott Point of Care
Country of OriginCanada
ApplicationReagent
CLIA ClassificationCLIA Waived
For Use WithFor iSTAT* System Critical Blood Analyzer
FormatCartridge
Number of Tests9 Tests
Sample TypeBlood Sample
Storage RequirementsRequires Refrigeration
Test NameSodium / Potassium / Chloride / Ionized Calcium / Urea Nitrogen / Glucose / Creatinine / Hematocrit / TCO2
Test TypeRenal / General Chemistry Test
UNSPSC Code41116004
Volume25 Cartridges
Features
  • Each test cartridge contains chemically sensitive biosensors on a silicon chip that are configured to perform specific tests
  • Each i-STAT single-use cartridge uses advanced biosensor technology that applies microfluidics to process the most comprehensive range of clinical tests in a single platform, allowing clinicians to access the time-sensitive diagnostic information they need
  • To perform a test, 2 to 3 drops of blood are applied to a cartridge, which is then inserted into the i-STAT handheld
  • Prior to running a test, each cartridge initiates a series of preset quality control diagnostics, from monitoring the quality of the sample to validating the reagent
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