cobas h 232 POC System

by: Roche
$3,785.00

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SKU ROC00076

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cobas h 232 POC System

For Frontline Healthcare Providers, cobas h 232 POC system is a portable point-of-care system that supports optimized treatment of patients with symptoms of chest pain and dyspnea, because it enables confident on-the-spot diagnosis and assessment of the patient’s condition based on objective results, comparable with Roche laboratory methods, that can be shared wirelessly for immediate feedback and response.

Safety
  • Operator ID entry and lockout to ensure use by authorized staff 
  • Patient and user ID to ensure correct documentation of test results
  • Quality control lockout
Control and traceability
  • Enhanced connectivity through wireless technology and a unique QR code feature can minimize errors, increased safety and a streamlined workflow
  • Connection to the cobas POC IT solution allows extension of the testing network and ensures control of operators and quality assurance from the central laboratory 
  • Automatic recertification of operators through cobas academy to ensure use by trained operators only
TEST MEASURING RANGE TIME TO RESULT CLINICAL UTILITY
Troponin
40 –  2,000 ng/L
12 min
Identification of patients with suspected acute myocardial infarction at high risk of mortality4
NT-proBNP
60 –  9,000 pg/mL
12 min
Aid in diagnosis of patients with suspected heart failure, in monitoring of patients with compensated left ventricular dysfunction and in risk of stratification of patients with acute coronary syndromes
CK-MB
1.0 – 40 ng/mL
12 min
Support the diagnosis of acute coronary syndrome and myocardial infarction, assessment of re-infarction
D-Dimer
0.1 - 4.0 µg/mL
8 min Exclusion of deep vein thrombosis and pulmonary embolism
Myoglobin
30 – 700 ng/mL
8 min Early marker of myocardial damage to assist diagnosis of acute coronary syndrome and myocardial infarction