ABL90 FLEX PLUS analyzer

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Now with creatinine and urea

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ABL90 FLEX PLUS
analyser

Your blood gas analyser for point of care testing

19
parameters
35
seconds
65
μL of blood

Get 19 critical parameters on one tiny blood sample

The ABL90 FLEX PLUS blood gas analyser is designed for point of care testing in busy clinical environments, such as the ED, ICU, NICU or the delivery room where fast results from a very small blood sample are vitally important to make critical diagnostic decisions.

The ABL90 FLEX PLUS analyser gives you reliable results in only 35 seconds on 19 parameters – blood gas, electrolytes, metabolites and co-oximetry – from a syringe, capillary tube or blood collection tube.

All on one blood sample of only 65 µL.

This extended panel of critical parameters within blood gas testing gives you more clinical insight here and now, allowing you to act on results and make life-saving diagnostic decisions.


pH | pCO2 | pO2 | sO2 | ctHb | FO2Hb | FCOHb | FMetHb | FHHb | FHbF | cK+ | cNa+ | cCa2+ | cCl- | cGlu | cLac | cCrea | cUrea | ctBil


raising the bar with 19 parameters crea urea


Introducing the world's first compact platform with creatinine and urea

With the new addition of creatinine and urea to the blood gas testing menu, the ABL90 FLEX PLUS blood gas analyser offers the world’s broadest range of critical care parameters on a compact platform.

In fact, expanding the ABL90 FLEX PLUS analyser's test menu with creatinine and urea marks the completion of your vital chemistry STAT profile for point of care testing.

With creatinine and urea results at the point of care, you get fast insight into the kidney status of your critically ill patient, enabling you to initiate proper treatment here and now.


Improve patient flow in the ED with more STAT parameters

Fast and accurate test results are crucial to overcome the challenge of overcrowding in the Emergency Department (ED).


Creatinine results at the point of care allow you to identify patients at risk of acute kidney injury (AKI) as well as to quickly assess your patient's kidney status before CT or MRI scans to determine if there’s a risk of contrast-induced nephropathy.


Also, creatinine and urea results can help you assess the patient's state of dehydration and identify the cause of AKI as well as to identify the severity and site of gastrointestinal bleeding.


With creatinine and urea as STAT parameters, you can make your diagnostic decisions faster during triage and improve patient flow in the ED – two significant improvements in processes.



Optimising workflows in the Intensive Care Unit: no more waiting for results from the lab

In the Intensive Care Unit (ICU), getting the necessary results quicker will enable you to make more informed decisions about the treatment of your patient.


In the ICU, creatinine and urea results can:

  • give you valuable clinical insight when identifying the cause of acute kidney injury (AKI)
  • help you monitor the kidney status of your patient
  • assist in predicting heart failure, increasing the odds of the patient’s survival
  • assist in monitoring the effectiveness of haemodialysis and in assessing the severity of pancreatitis or the state of hydration.
  • indicate early chronic kidney disease (CKD) which will allow you to initiate appropriate and timely treatment.


A clever solution for acute care testing

Get in touch with us to learn how the ABL90 FLEX PLUS blood gas analyser provides fast and reliable test results on creatinine and urea and 17 other parameters.

We’ll contact you by phone or email as soon as possible.


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Breaking the creatinine:urea code


Meet our dedicated engineers who spent more than a decade focusing on breaking the code for developing creatinine and urea for point of care testing.


This breakthrough in development is what makes it possible for the new ABL90 FLEX PLUS blood gas analyser to deliver critical diagnostic test results on 19 parameters in just 35 seconds with proven analytical performance.


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Reducing blood collection volume from fragile neonates

In the NICU, at-risk neonates require close surveillance, as undetected changes in blood gas levels may result in severe damage to a neonate's health.


With its special blood-conserving MicroMode measurement for the NICU and delivery rooms, the ABL90 FLEX PLUS blood gas analyser provides 17 critical parameters - blood gases, glucose, lactate, haemoglobin, bilirubin and more - from a very small sample volume of just 45 µL.


And by adding another 20 µL of blood to your sample, you can now get results on creatinine and urea also.


This means greater focus on neonate safety and comfort.



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