Abbott i-STAT Blood Gas Analyser for Time-Sensitive Tests

Abbott i-STAT Blood Gas Analyser
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The fully automated i-STAT System offers a broad menu of tests for diagnostic and treatment indicators related to disease state management and clinical practice guidelines. Using just two or three drops of blood, the system provides time-sensitive tests at the patient’s bedside in just minutes.


Benefits of the i-STAT System


  • Supports a patient-centric approach to health care that accelerates patient care decision-making by reducing the time to get needed information to the clinicians


  • Optimises system efficiency by eliminating process steps and handoffs to help reduce the incidence of errors and promote patient safety


  • Supports quality and compliance requirements that complement the vital services that laboratory professionals provide to patients and their caregivers


  • Leverages the power of a single, integrated bedside testing solution through:


–      a comprehensive menu of tests


–      a single testing system, rather than multiple systems and protocols


–      standardised lab-quality bedside testing


–      Simplified implementation, training, and regulatory requirements

–      A system that is lightweight, portable, and easy to use 


Width Width 7.68 cm (3.035 in.)
Length 23.48 cm (9.245 in.)
Depth 7.24 cm (2.85 in.)
Weight With rechargeable battery 650 grams (22.9 oz.) With disposable battery 635 grams (22.4 oz.)
Power Two 9-volt lithium batteries, or rechargeable battery.
Calibration Factory: electronic, mechanical, thermal, pressure
Memory/Clock Backup Power Lithium battery
Display Dot matrix supertwist liquid crystal
Communication Link Infrared light-emitting diode (LED)
Operating Temperature 16-30°C (61-86°F) for i-STAT cartridge testing
Transport Temperature -10-46°C (14-115°F)
Relative Humidity 90% (maximum) non-condensing
Barometric Pressure 300-850 mmHg
Laser Scanner Complies with U.S. 21 CFR 1040.10 and 1040.11 except for deviations pursuant to laser Notice No. 50, dated June 24, 2007. EN 60825-1:1994 + A1:2002 + A2:2001 IEC 60825-1:1993 + A1:1997 + A2:2001