Performance ahead of expectations – Agappe Mispa CountX is indigenously built in partnership with L&T Technology Services (NSE: LTTS), a leading global pure-play engineering services company. Mispa Count X with Smart Impedance Technology is an advanced 3-part differential hematology analyzer that offers quality CBC testing to deliver safe patient care. Mispa Count X is a cost-effective hematology solution tailored for different environments: routine laboratories, satellite labs, and emergency care units. This advanced 3-part differential automated hematology analyzer has a throughput of 60 samples/hour with 21 parameters and 3 histograms, ensuring steadiness and minimal maintenance, which will be the perfect choice for those looking for a cost-effective solution at zero compromises on quality.
- Electrical Impedance/ aperture impedance/ Coulter Principle: Whole blood is passed between two electrodes through an aperture so narrow that only one cell can pass through at a time. The impedance changes as a cell pass through. The change in impedance is proportional to cell volume, resulting in a cell count and measure of volume. The Coulter principle helps in accurately determining the counts of RBCs, Platelets, and WBCs as well as three differential WBC counts with accurate volume distribution. This is because the change in electrical resistance of the cell passing through the small aperture in a conductive liquid depends directly on the cell volume.
- Volumetric Metering: This analyzer uses a volumetric metering unit to control the count cycle and to ensure that a precise volume of samples is analyzed. Volumetric counting ensures the accuracy of the measurements. A Volumetric Board circuit is used to check the count completion time of RBC and WBC during the sample test. The output of the Phototransistor Fluid in-line sensor indicates if there is liquid flowing through the tubes. The Count time is calculated by measuring the time taken by the RBC/WBC fluid line to move from the sensor position located at the top to the sensor position located at the bottom (WBC)/ middle (RBC). The phototransistor output voltage decreases indicating the presence of the liquid.
- Photometry / Colorimetric Method: This is LED-based technology and is used to determine Hemoglobin. The lysed WBC solution is exposed to 520 nm LED light within the WBC bath and is detected by a photodiode. Sample absorb light when exposed to a beam of incident light. This results in the reflection of light of lower intensity. The intensity of the reflected light is inversely proportional to the concentration of the hemoglobin in the solution. The amount of absorbance of light determines the hemoglobin count.
- Throughput of 60 samples per hour
- 21 parameters + 3 histograms
- 10.4-inch touch screen display
- Automatic clog clearing
- Sturdy hardware with enhanced durability
- Whole blood 14μL
- Distinct flags for quick and better diagnosis
- A memory of 35,000 sample results with histogram
- Reagent expiry alarm
- QC with L-J graph
- Intuitive software
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