Clinical chemistry analyzers are used in a variety of settings, including research and
hospital labs, to provide clinicians with feedback on toxicology and organ function.
Analyzers run assays, or investigative analytic procedures, on clinical samples to
assess the quality or quantity of an analyte in biomedical fluids, such as blood
serum, plasma, or urine. Analytes detected can include enzymes, substrates,
electrolytes, proteins, or drugs.
Clinical chemistry analyzers often utilize machine vision technology to increase
automation, maximize throughput, improve user safety from biohazards, and
diminish the risk of cross-contamination