Convenience of eWrap Panels
Pre-surgical, comprehensive and PLUS panels are a 1-step timesaver.
Additional Testing With One Touch
Add a new slide to test panel after analysis has begun.
Choose the 1.5 mL heparinized sample tube, or pipette serum or plasma from regular green or red top tubes into a non-heparinized tube.
Powered by FujiFilm Technology
Leveraging more than 75 years of dry chemistry research and development, including ISE electrolyte technology.
No Interference from Lipemic Samples
Unlike with liquid chemistry solutions, dry chemistry significantly decreases the parameters impacted by hemolytic samples.
Stack and Run
With the convenient stackable slide rack, load up to 22 tests (20 slides) at one time without jamming.
Fast and accurate answers, for accurate treatment decisions.
'Reset' the way you do in-house lab.
Technical Details & Downloads
BUN, CREA, ALP, ALT, PHOS, GGT, TBIL, AST, GLU, TP, ALB, Ca, Mg, NH3, TRIG, LIP, AMY, CK, URIC, CHOL, TCO2 (for DRI-CHEM® 7000 and Element DC only), LDH, Electrolytes (Na+, K+, Cl-)
Kidney Panel (ALB, BUN, CREA, Ca, PHOS, TP)
Liver Panel (ALB, ALP, ALT, GGT, GLU, TBIL)
Equine Panel (ALB, AST, BUN, CREA, Ca, CK, GGT, GLU, LDH, PHOS, TBIL, TP)
eWrap Panels: Open one foil pack for all slides
Pre-surgical Panel (ALP, ALT, BUN, CREA, GLU, TP)
Comprehensive Panel eWrap: ALP, ALT, BUN, CREA, GLU, TP, TBIL, ALB, PHOS, Ca, CHOL, GGT
Plus Panel eWrap : LIP, AMY, Mg, TRIG, AST, Na+ , K+ , Cl
Comprehensive Plus Panel (NEW!) (ALP, ALT, BUN, CREA, GLU, TP, TBIL, ALB, PHOS, Ca, CHOL, GGT, LIP, AMY, Mg, TRIG, AST, Na+, K+, Cl-)
Globulin, Na+/K+ Ratio, Albumin/Globulin Ratio, Corrected Calcium, Estimated Osmolality, BUN/Creatinine Ratio
Flexible Slide Configuration
With the Element DC Analyzer, configure profiles that you require without wasting tests that you don’t want. Add electrolytes and lipase to any sample run. Run a panel, run an individual slide, or combine panels and individual slides to create virtually unlimited options specific to your patients’ needs. And with weighted slide stabilization, you can be sure your slides are transferred into the incubator seamlessly with no jamming.
Best-in-Class Dry Chemistry Technology
There are two types of biochemistry testing systems for clinical testing: those utilizing liquid reagents and those that test based on dry reagents, which are easier to handle. Dry chemistry has been an accepted technology in medical laboratories for many years and numerous clinical evaluations have validated this technology against conventional wet chemistry analysis. Heska’s Element DC chemistry analyzer is powered by Fujifilm technology and leverages more than 75 years of dry chemistry research and development. The state-of-the-art sample surface detection feature monitors air pressure changes and detects inadequate sample volume before the slide is wasted. Along with coated tips which prevent sample wicking and provide accurate delivery, the Element DC analyzer brings advanced solutions to in-hospital chemistry testing.
No Interference from Lipemic Samples
Lipemia, hemolysis and icterus (hyperbilirubinemia) are common interferents in all clinical chemistry systems as shown below. Lipemia is the most common problem on liquid chemistry systems, because the turbidity associated with lipemia scatters light in the measurement of absorption by the reactant fluid.
Together, Heska and FUJIFILM are leading the way with technological advances that successfully eliminate lipemia as an interferent, while reducing the number of tests affected by icterus to a single parameter, and significantly decreasing the parameters impacted by hemolytic samples.
This is accomplished because the Element DC analyzer uses reflectance (rather than absorbance) technology to measure the color reaction. This, along with the slide sample spreading layer, reduces the effect of light scatter on the sample. In addition, electrolytes which are measured by potentiometry are not affected by interfering substances at all.
Not all patient chemistry parameters fall within the measurable range of an analyzer. When an absolute value is critical to a diagnosis, treatment plan, or prognosis, the auto-dilution feature on the Element DC analyzer gives you the information you need.
In cases where patient results are above the analyzers’ measurable limits you can quickly obtain a result by performing a dilution in a few simple steps:
- Add your slides and sample tube.
- Place a dilution cup and diluent (distilled water) into the analyzer.
- Add your tips.
- Select your dilution factor.
The sample rerun feature on the Element DC analyzer eliminates data re-entry; your previous patient number, sample ID and reference interval are recalled with the touch of a button.
No manual pipetting or re-calculation required; the auto-dilution feature on the Element DC analyzer does it all — minimizing the chance of error. These fully automated steps ensure dilution results are reliable and allow you to focus entirely on your patients.
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