Roche Combur Urisys 1100 Analyser
Dip stick reader providing objective simultaneous record of up to 10 parameters in 1 minute.
Delivers reliable high-quality results.
The Roche Urisys 1100 urine analyser is a semi-automated portable urine testing analyser that supports healthcare staff by eliminating visual evaluation errors and providing printed results that can help in the management of a wide range of disorders.
Designed to improve #workflow efficiency in smaller labs, doctor offices and decentralised lab settings, such as point-of-care and reduce the potential for transcription errors.
The Roche Combur Urisys 1100 Analyser is a compact, portable, accurate and fully automatic system, which is helpful in management of a wide range of disorders.
The urine test strip (or dipstick) is a cost-effective method used to screen urine in select patient populations. It is used for screening, treatment monitoring, and patient self-testing in high-risk groups (for example, those at risk of urinary tract infections, chronic kidney disease or diabetes).
With the unique construction technology and design, the Combur-Test® strips help to ensure reliable quality and confidence in results for visual testing. When combined with the Urisys 1100 Analyser possible sources of visual evaluation error are virtually eliminated and a more standardised measurement can be ascertained, adding confidence to the test results and improving #patientexperience.
How the Roche Combur Urisys 1100 Analyser works
The Urisys 1100 system is a reﬂectance photometer designed to read and evaluate the urine test strips. It reads the Combur 10 strips under standardised conditions, saves the results and outputs them via its own inbuilt printer and/or serial interface.
The Urisys 1100 system is designed for In Vitro Diagnostics (IVD) and should be used by qualiﬁed physicians and laboratory staff.
Urine strips provide a rapid and cost-effective means for conducting clinically useful chemical analyses of urine including specific gravity, pH, leukocytes, nitrite, protein, glucose, ketones, urobilinogen, bilirubin, blood, and microalbumin.
How the Roche Combur Urisys 1100 Analyser helps
Accurate urine analysis can be key in diagnosing and differentiating between a range of various conditions and can give healthcare professionals the key information needed to inform treatment pathways.
The Roche Combur Urisys 1100 Analyser provides reliable and rapid clinically useful chemical analyses of urine including: specific gravity, pH, leukocytes, nitrite, protein, glucose, ketones, urobilinogen, bilirubin, blood, and microalbumin.
How to use the Roche Combur Urisys 1100 Analyser
The Roche Combur Urisys 1100 Analyser is easy to run, the user-friendly and simple menu navigation can be used with minimal training:
Step 1Dip the test strip briefly (1 sec) in the urine sample. Draw the long edge of the strip along the rim of the specimen container to remove excess urine. Note: Do not bend the test strip!
Step 2Touch the long edge and the back side of the strip briefly (approx. 1 second) to an absorbent paper to remove excess urine.
Step 3Place the test strip, with the pads facing upward, on the test strip tray.
Step 4Press the START button*. After the confirmatory beep the retaining bar will close. Make sure that the test strip is correctly positioned in the notch of the test strip tray. Note: * Operator ID has to be entered, if this function is activated.
Step 5It is important that the test strip is correctly positioned and the START button pressed 5–10 seconds after the strip is dipped.
Step 6Remove and discard the used test strip when measurement is complete. Wipe off any urine residues with a lint-free cloth.
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