Minimizing the Potential for User Error by Adopting Automation
Laboratory standards and regulations set forth by governmental bodies such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) help to define and standardize the procedures that laboratories employ. These standards serve as safety countermeasures and help to prevent errors. However, error prevention can be costly and time consuming, increasing the burden of adhering to these standards.
The AQUIOS CL flow cytometer utilizes several cost-effective and automated error-prevention features, helping to improve safety and reduce the cost and time expenditures often associated with error prevention methods.
“Don’t Make Your Day Any Longer. Make Your Workflow Smarter.”The AQUIOS CL flow cytometer has error prevention systems to assist in:
- General workflow
- Startup, cleaning, and worklist generation
- Sample preparation
- Quality control
Discover how AQUIOS CL could improve your workflow efficiencies with this application note.
*Photos courtesy of Dr. Charles Kiyaga
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A Higher Level of HIV AutomationLaboratory standards and regulations set forth by governmental bodies such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) help to define and standardize the procedures that laboratories employ.
WHO Prequalification of CD4 InstrumentThe AQUIOS CL flow cytometer has been accepted by the World Health Organization (WHO) Prequalification of In Vitro Diagnostics Programme. It can now be used specifically for the immunologic assessment of patients having, or suspected of having, immune deficiency.
Freeing up Your Skilled Operators
Many traditional flow-cytometry systems require either manual or semi-automated preparation of samples, manual creation of work lists, manual data review, and manual tabulation of numerical data.
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