Ferritin Quantitative Test

HbA1c Rapid Quantitative Test

HbA1c is the product of the hemoglobin combining with blood glucose in red blood cells, which can reflect the average blood glucose level over the amid 2-3 months.

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Product Specification

Specimen Types
WB
Specimen Capacity
5μL
Reaction Time
5 min
Sample Capacity
80μL
Detection Range
4-15%



Clinical Significance

✔ The higher the level of glucose in the blood, the higher the level of hemoglobin A1c is detectable on red blood cells.

✔ Hemoglobin A1c levels correlate with average levels of glucose in the blood over an approximately three-month time.

✔ Normal ranges for hemoglobin A1c in people without diabetes is about 4% to 5.9%. People with diabetes with poor glucose control have hemoglobin A1c levels above 7%.

✔ Hemoglobin A1c levels are routinely used to determine blood sugar control over time in people with diabetes.

✔ Decreasing hemoglobin A1c levels by 1% may decrease the risk of microvascular complications (for example, diabetic eye, nerve, or kidney disease) by 10%.



Advantages

✔ Quick Reading time: 5 mins

✔ Shelf life: 24 months

✔ Sample type: Whole Blood

✔ Specialized capillary tube to collect samples directly



Available Instruments: FLI-100 Analyzer

The ALL NEW FLI-100 Analyser represents an elevated standard at Biotime, in pursuing simplicity, quality assurance, and data security for healthcare organizations. Designed for quantitative in vitro assay determinations, the Biotime FLI-100 analyser was purposefully built to support immunoassay analysis for a broad range of applications from biomarker work to infectious disease testing. The analysers immunofluorescence technology yields high sensitivity, reliable, and reproducible results for convenient point-of-care diagnostic testing on one device with a small footprint.





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