The HbA1c Analyzer also called Glycohemoglobin Analyzer, is a machine that performs clinical diagnosis on the hemoglobin A1c concentration in blood. These types of analysis are specific to HbA1c Analyzers only. It is a fully automated analyzer that utilizes patented boronate affinity fluorescence quenching technology to carry out the measurement process of the glycated hemoglobin taken from the sample of blood. Here, glycated hemoglobin is hemoglobin that has glucose molecules attached to it (the process of combining is glycation).
A glycated blood test is very useful in ensuring the concentration of glucose levels in the blood in 6-8 weeks on average. This is a highly specialized machine that generates the process to effectively manage the diabetes of a person and enable better treatment judgment.
The Hemoglobin A1c Analyzer has a very simple process with which it operates.
The simple process in step 4 requires actual testing. This testing is carried out by a very specific Boronate Affinity technology. It follows the following process:
This entire process takes about 4 minutes to produce accurately measured results by the machine.
Medsource Ozone has been deeply involved in the advancements of the industry for almost 2 decades now and this experience and commitment towards advancing the sector through its state-of-the-art equipment and technological practices has no competition. This is evident with the the latest Hemoglobin A1c Analyzers (Quolab HbA1c) provisioned for the utilization of numerous laboratory and clinical technicians for testing.
Medsource Ozone defines a certain parameter of the best machinery. Nothing less than these can ensure the delivery of the best equipment and accurate results. Those key parameters include:
1. Accuracy and Precision
The best-case scenario is possible through IFCC and NGSP certifications with the latest protocols for the machinery. This can stive away the possibility of variation in results.
2. Impact of Hb variants
The technology used in HbA1c, i.e. boronate affinity with fluorescence quenching, does not allow any negative impact of any kind of Hb variant that includes HbE, HbF, HbS, etc. Any other technique of methodology might carry some impact.
It is great to know how many tests a machine can carry out in a day. For a QuoLab POCT device, it takes up to 25 tests a day which is a good number to consider. As the workload increases, the HPLC platforms should be considered which can handle higher workload.
For small to medium workloads, these machines are the best with no extra or hidden costs. It works at a fixed cost. But for a higher workload, a machine like HPLC is better and more cost-efficient.
5. Temperature Compensation
These tests are temperature sensitive based on the machine. This HbA1c machine needs a controlled temperature and technicians are responsible for controlling the room temperature during testing.
6. Operator error handling
A good system is designed to eliminate or reduce the possibility of any operator error. This HbA1c machine offers inbuilt checks and design elements with an intuitive interface to ensure fewer errors.
In the end, the Quolab HbA1c analyzer has proved itself with its superior delivery results as proven by the top reviews of the clinical and lab technicians. With Medsource Ozone putting all its efforts into ensuring quick delivery and acceptance to the labs and clinics, this analyzer is a great and reliable choice.