Automated urinalysis systems

Roche's product portfolio includes three systems for urinary diagnostics, all of which use the proven Combur test strips.

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The test strip reader Urisys 1100 provides fast, standardised results and avoids errors with visual evaluation. Pathological results are clearly highlighted on the display and weekly calibration with a control test guarantees precise results, Roche reports.
The fully automated analysis system Urisys 2400 has a colour touch screen for use in larger laboratories. In this device, up to 400 Combur test strips are held in a cartridge. ‘The user-friendly handling and flexible software facilitate “walk-away” times of up to 20 minutes,’ Roche points out.
The cobas u 411 analysis system connects to the laboratory data processing system. A semi-automated, optional barcode reader and sediment terminal support an efficient daily routine. A USB connection, with easy to use via a touch screen, facilitates secure archiving of data or the uploading of new software versions.


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