Quality control and external quality assessment: complete support

Randox has launched its new AcuseraHaematology Control. Combining 45 parameters in total, thecomprehensive full blood profile is covered in a single, cost-effective control. Providing atrue third party solution for Sysmexhaematology analysers capable of five-part differential measurement, anindependent, unbiased assessment of analytical performance is guaranteed.

This new control boasts a number of benefits, including: i) liquid ready-to-use samples requiring no preparation; ii) true third-party control; iii) target values available for Sysmex instruments with five partdifferential technology; iv) barcoded labels enabling quick and easy sample recognition andincreased productivity; v) open vial stability of 14 days for all analytes when stored at 2–8°C; and vi) shelf life of 70 days, ensuring wastage and cost is kept to a minimum.

Also from Randox, Acusera 24·7 Live Online is a data management package designed to complement the Acusera range of true third-party controls. Providingonline access to interactive charts and real-time peer group statisticsfrom an extensive database of laboratory participants, laboratories can quicklyand easily identify any trends or performance issues.

With 24 comprehensive external quality assessment (EQA) programmes to choose from, including haematology, and over 31,000 laboratory participants in 115 countries, RIQAS is the world’s largest EQA provider. RIQAS participants benefit fromeasy-to-interpret reports, consolidation and frequent reporting.
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