Beckman Coulter’s DxH 690T offers industry-leading 93% first-pass yield and early sepsis detection
Beckman Coulter has announced the commercial launch of its new DxH 690T haematology analyser.
Designed to help laboratories streamline workflow and maximise uptime, the DxH 690T offers all the benefits of the company’s flagship DxH 900 hematology analyser to mid-size labs, including an industry-leading 93% first-pass yield and the recently-released Early Sepsis Indicator .
“Laboratories are often called upon to do more with less - to balance growing testing demand with resource and cost pressures,” said Peter Soltani, senior vice president and general manager of the hematology business unit at Beckman Coulter.
“The DxH 690T is a great solution for medium-sized laboratories to streamline workflow, report high confidence results and improve turnaround time by reducing procedural steps and manual touchpoints. It also supports standardisation across hospital networks to a single platform - DxH 900 for larger labs and DxH690T for medium labs.”
The innovation is designed to help labs streamline workflow and maximise uptime
The DxH 690T analyser applies the company’s core hematology technologies—the enhanced Coulter Principle, VCS 360 and DataFusion—for high-resolution analysis of cells in their near native-states. This ensures medium-sized laboratories will achieve the right results the first time with no unnecessary reflex or repeats.
In addition, the DxH 690T offers the Early Sepsis Indicator, which is available to automatically report as part of a routine CBC with white blood cell differential for adult patients in the emergency department.“Commercially available in most geographies today, the DxH 690T will be available globally in the next few months,” said Soltani.
“The mid-volume instrument builds on our strength and history in haematology innovation, and complements our broad haematology portfolio including the award-winning DxH 520 for low-volume, the DxH 900 for high-volume, and the DxH Connected Workcell Solutions for ultra-high-volume facilities.”