Clinical Chemistry Osmometers

Performing osmolality testing of body fluids is central to the operations of clinical chemistry labs. Advanced Instruments osmometers provide results used to help narrow down the differential diagnosis when evaluating patients with ingestions with various alcohols and alcohol-derivatives, common intoxications, metabolic acidosis, and electrolyte disorders. Our wide range of osmometers provide accurate and precise osmolality measurements. Designed to improve efficiency and promote connectivity, they integrate seamlessly into any laboratory’s processes.

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Standards & Controls

Advanced Instruments provides a wide range of calibration standards, controls, and reference solutions designed specifically for osmolality testing in order to ensure robust quality control and confidence in patient results.

Microbiology Anaerobic Jar Systems

The Anoxomat anerobic jar system ensures repeatable anaerobic and microaerophilic environments and quality of growth to eliminate contamination, allowing testing facilities to realize cost savings, increased productivity and improved workflow.

Hematology CSF Cell Counting

GloCyte is an automated cell counter that delivers accurate and precise total nucleated cell and red blood cell results. Using a combination of fluorescence technology, highly specific reagents, and an intelligent counting algorithm, GloCyte can handle all of the cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) specimens that enter your laboratory. It provides accurate cell counts at clinically relevant low levels and reduces valuable time spent counting those more difficult specimens.

Neonatal Bilirubin Analysis

The Advanced® BR2 Bilirubin Stat-Analyzer™ system provides fast, accurate results for both total and direct bilirubin levels in neonates requiring only a 30µL serum or plasma sample. It determines total bilirubin by spectrophotometric analysis and direct bilirubin using a modified version of the proven Malloy-Evelyn method. Because of its compact, portable design and ease of use, it is ideally suited for pediatric physician offices, satellite labs, hospital stat labs, or pediatric research laboratories.