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Effective quality control
- QC for all X-Class 'mates'
- Monitoring of all reportable parameters
- Comprehensive internal and external quality control
- Safe and ready to use
- As similar as possible to native human blood
e-CHECK (XE) has been designed for our X-Class instruments. It lets you perform a thorough check of the analysers’ technical functions and reagent system. Regular use of the control material delivers effective and reliable internal quality control of your X-Class analysers.
Using e-CHECK (XE) you can easily monitor and verify the performance of your X-Class analyser – regardless of its haematology model, or even if it’s part of the veterinary series. e-CHECK (XE) provides assay data for all reportable parameters of the respective analyser type: eight CBC parameters, WBC differential count, immature myeloid information, nucleated red blood cells and reticulocytes (absolute and relative count).
Safe and a wide clinical range
The product is available in three different concentrations. e-CHECK (XE) level 2 covers the normal range, e-CHECK (XE) level 1 is used for the low abnormal range, and e-CHECK (XE) level 3 monitors the high abnormal range.
It is non-reactive for hepatitis B surface antigen, hepatitis C virus (HCV) and HIV1/HIV2 anti-body using techniques specified by the FDA. The careful packaging protects it from evaporation and damage and ensures it is stable for longer.
Control material for the quality control of XE-5000, XE-2100, XE-2100D, XE-2100L, XT-1800i, XT-2000i, XT-4000i, XT-1800iV, XT-2000iV and XS-series haematology analysers.
Assay data are provided as mean values and ranges (upper and lower limit) on CD-ROM, input automatically from CD-ROM or manually. They are generated in the ISO 9001 and ISO 13485 certified QC laboratory of Sysmex Europe GmbH. Assay data are monitored daily for all parameters to ensure reliable performance of the control blood products throughout the total period of use.
Open vials and vials which have been sampled by cap piercing will remain stable for 7 days. The product should be used within 8 weeks. It should be stored at 2–8°C before and after opening. The volume is 4.5 mL per vial.