Infrared Specimen Laboratory

Posted by Sheri Harris on Saturday, September 18, 2010 Under: medical
This system is designed to provide instant results for tests that can be done on a stat basis or for commonly used tests. The infrared system not only enables you to conduct a test within your own office, it will deliver the results to your computer.

The infrared specimen laboratory is a centrifuge that operates with computer based software. The vials used in the centrifuge are designed to assist the computer by being able to obtain results through litmus and infrared connectivity.

The centrifuge machine is a multi patient machine which is designed in a rectangular shape to save space. It can hold up to 15,30 or even 50 vials or tubes depending on the size. The unique design of the centrifuge is that with the touch screen monitor you can select only the tubes that need to be spun or centrifuged. The rest can remain inside for clotting until they have to be spun. For example you have ten tubes or specimens. and you need to spin only five. On the touch screen display you press the corresponding numbers that you have placed your specimens in and you press start. Then only those individual specimens will begin the process of spinning. Or of course you can select a whole row or the entire centrifuge.

The infrared sensors inside the centrifuge are used to scan the specimen information inside the vials. The vials are coated with litmus interpreters that assist with infrared information transfer to obtain appropriate test result or specimen information. For example if you need a PT or INR or cholesterol the tube has encoded litmus information so that when the computer goes to gather information from the infrared sensor each litmus is therefore able to be read independently and transfered from the vial in the centrifuge to the computer software for results. With the use of the Infrared Specimen Laboratory you no longer need to separate serum and place it into a transport tube. When using a glass tube a component also made of glass fibers separate the inside of each glass vial so serum can be extracted and used to obtain results that require serum only.

A specimen can be collected from patients in the office, as the technician puts in patient information, diagnosis and tests to be ordered either stat or regular testing into the software portion of the Infrared Specimen Laboratory. Once the vials are ready to be spun each separate spinner or tube holder corresponds to the patient to avoid error and confusion, as the software knows what centrifuge slot you are using when you begin entering patient information and placing specimes into the centrifuge. When other centrifuge slots are being used or occupied the area that shows what centrifuge slots are available will be grayed off when in use, as you go to input information for the next patient. The Infrared Specimen Laboratory can be used as a stand alone machine or it can be connected wirelessly to your computer and or integrated into your EMR software. In all instances you can obtain printed results. The centrifuge can also serve as a cooling and storage station for specimens by using the temperature controlled unit.

The Infrared Specimen Laboratory can perform many standard and common tests without the wait or hassle. The physician is then able to leave the office and obtain the results by use of their EMR system on their computer or request the results to be voice mailed, faxed or e-mailed.  The Infrared Specimen Laboratory, enabling the physician by instant result.

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Infrared Specimen Laboratory

Posted by Sheri Harris on Saturday, September 18, 2010 Under: medical
This system is designed to provide instant results for tests that can be done on a stat basis or for commonly used tests. The infrared system not only enables you to conduct a test within your own office, it will deliver the results to your computer.

The infrared specimen laboratory is a centrifuge that operates with computer based software. The vials used in the centrifuge are designed to assist the computer by being able to obtain results through litmus and infrared connectivity.

The centrifuge machine is a multi patient machine which is designed in a rectangular shape to save space. It can hold up to 15,30 or even 50 vials or tubes depending on the size. The unique design of the centrifuge is that with the touch screen monitor you can select only the tubes that need to be spun or centrifuged. The rest can remain inside for clotting until they have to be spun. For example you have ten tubes or specimens. and you need to spin only five. On the touch screen display you press the corresponding numbers that you have placed your specimens in and you press start. Then only those individual specimens will begin the process of spinning. Or of course you can select a whole row or the entire centrifuge.

The infrared sensors inside the centrifuge are used to scan the specimen information inside the vials. The vials are coated with litmus interpreters that assist with infrared information transfer to obtain appropriate test result or specimen information. For example if you need a PT or INR or cholesterol the tube has encoded litmus information so that when the computer goes to gather information from the infrared sensor each litmus is therefore able to be read independently and transfered from the vial in the centrifuge to the computer software for results. With the use of the Infrared Specimen Laboratory you no longer need to separate serum and place it into a transport tube. When using a glass tube a component also made of glass fibers separate the inside of each glass vial so serum can be extracted and used to obtain results that require serum only.

A specimen can be collected from patients in the office, as the technician puts in patient information, diagnosis and tests to be ordered either stat or regular testing into the software portion of the Infrared Specimen Laboratory. Once the vials are ready to be spun each separate spinner or tube holder corresponds to the patient to avoid error and confusion, as the software knows what centrifuge slot you are using when you begin entering patient information and placing specimes into the centrifuge. When other centrifuge slots are being used or occupied the area that shows what centrifuge slots are available will be grayed off when in use, as you go to input information for the next patient. The Infrared Specimen Laboratory can be used as a stand alone machine or it can be connected wirelessly to your computer and or integrated into your EMR software. In all instances you can obtain printed results. The centrifuge can also serve as a cooling and storage station for specimens by using the temperature controlled unit.

The Infrared Specimen Laboratory can perform many standard and common tests without the wait or hassle. The physician is then able to leave the office and obtain the results by use of their EMR system on their computer or request the results to be voice mailed, faxed or e-mailed.  The Infrared Specimen Laboratory, enabling the physician by instant result.

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Infrared Specimen Laboratory

Posted by Sheri Harris on Saturday, September 18, 2010 Under: medical
This system is designed to provide instant results for tests that can be done on a stat basis or for commonly used tests. The infrared system not only enables you to conduct a test within your own office, it will deliver the results to your computer.

The infrared specimen laboratory is a centrifuge that operates with computer based software. The vials used in the centrifuge are designed to assist the computer by being able to obtain results through litmus and infrared connectivity.

The centrifuge machine is a multi patient machine which is designed in a rectangular shape to save space. It can hold up to 15,30 or even 50 vials or tubes depending on the size. The unique design of the centrifuge is that with the touch screen monitor you can select only the tubes that need to be spun or centrifuged. The rest can remain inside for clotting until they have to be spun. For example you have ten tubes or specimens. and you need to spin only five. On the touch screen display you press the corresponding numbers that you have placed your specimens in and you press start. Then only those individual specimens will begin the process of spinning. Or of course you can select a whole row or the entire centrifuge.

The infrared sensors inside the centrifuge are used to scan the specimen information inside the vials. The vials are coated with litmus interpreters that assist with infrared information transfer to obtain appropriate test result or specimen information. For example if you need a PT or INR or cholesterol the tube has encoded litmus information so that when the computer goes to gather information from the infrared sensor each litmus is therefore able to be read independently and transfered from the vial in the centrifuge to the computer software for results. With the use of the Infrared Specimen Laboratory you no longer need to separate serum and place it into a transport tube. When using a glass tube a component also made of glass fibers separate the inside of each glass vial so serum can be extracted and used to obtain results that require serum only.

A specimen can be collected from patients in the office, as the technician puts in patient information, diagnosis and tests to be ordered either stat or regular testing into the software portion of the Infrared Specimen Laboratory. Once the vials are ready to be spun each separate spinner or tube holder corresponds to the patient to avoid error and confusion, as the software knows what centrifuge slot you are using when you begin entering patient information and placing specimes into the centrifuge. When other centrifuge slots are being used or occupied the area that shows what centrifuge slots are available will be grayed off when in use, as you go to input information for the next patient. The Infrared Specimen Laboratory can be used as a stand alone machine or it can be connected wirelessly to your computer and or integrated into your EMR software. In all instances you can obtain printed results. The centrifuge can also serve as a cooling and storage station for specimens by using the temperature controlled unit.

The Infrared Specimen Laboratory can perform many standard and common tests without the wait or hassle. The physician is then able to leave the office and obtain the results by use of their EMR system on their computer or request the results to be voice mailed, faxed or e-mailed.  The Infrared Specimen Laboratory, enabling the physician by instant result.

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Infrared Specimen Laboratory

Posted by Sheri Harris on Saturday, September 18, 2010 Under: medical
This system is designed to provide instant results for tests that can be done on a stat basis or for commonly used tests. The infrared system not only enables you to conduct a test within your own office, it will deliver the results to your computer.

The infrared specimen laboratory is a centrifuge that operates with computer based software. The vials used in the centrifuge are designed to assist the computer by being able to obtain results through litmus and infrared connectivity.

The centrifuge machine is a multi patient machine which is designed in a rectangular shape to save space. It can hold up to 15,30 or even 50 vials or tubes depending on the size. The unique design of the centrifuge is that with the touch screen monitor you can select only the tubes that need to be spun or centrifuged. The rest can remain inside for clotting until they have to be spun. For example you have ten tubes or specimens. and you need to spin only five. On the touch screen display you press the corresponding numbers that you have placed your specimens in and you press start. Then only those individual specimens will begin the process of spinning. Or of course you can select a whole row or the entire centrifuge.

The infrared sensors inside the centrifuge are used to scan the specimen information inside the vials. The vials are coated with litmus interpreters that assist with infrared information transfer to obtain appropriate test result or specimen information. For example if you need a PT or INR or cholesterol the tube has encoded litmus information so that when the computer goes to gather information from the infrared sensor each litmus is therefore able to be read independently and transfered from the vial in the centrifuge to the computer software for results. With the use of the Infrared Specimen Laboratory you no longer need to separate serum and place it into a transport tube. When using a glass tube a component also made of glass fibers separate the inside of each glass vial so serum can be extracted and used to obtain results that require serum only.

A specimen can be collected from patients in the office, as the technician puts in patient information, diagnosis and tests to be ordered either stat or regular testing into the software portion of the Infrared Specimen Laboratory. Once the vials are ready to be spun each separate spinner or tube holder corresponds to the patient to avoid error and confusion, as the software knows what centrifuge slot you are using when you begin entering patient information and placing specimes into the centrifuge. When other centrifuge slots are being used or occupied the area that shows what centrifuge slots are available will be grayed off when in use, as you go to input information for the next patient. The Infrared Specimen Laboratory can be used as a stand alone machine or it can be connected wirelessly to your computer and or integrated into your EMR software. In all instances you can obtain printed results. The centrifuge can also serve as a cooling and storage station for specimens by using the temperature controlled unit.

The Infrared Specimen Laboratory can perform many standard and common tests without the wait or hassle. The physician is then able to leave the office and obtain the results by use of their EMR system on their computer or request the results to be voice mailed, faxed or e-mailed.  The Infrared Specimen Laboratory, enabling the physician by instant result.

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Infrared Specimen Laboratory

Posted by Sheri Harris on Saturday, September 18, 2010 Under: medical
This system is designed to provide instant results for tests that can be done on a stat basis or for commonly used tests. The infrared system not only enables you to conduct a test within your own office, it will deliver the results to your computer.

The infrared specimen laboratory is a centrifuge that operates with computer based software. The vials used in the centrifuge are designed to assist the computer by being able to obtain results through litmus and infrared connectivity.

The centrifuge machine is a multi patient machine which is designed in a rectangular shape to save space. It can hold up to 15,30 or even 50 vials or tubes depending on the size. The unique design of the centrifuge is that with the touch screen monitor you can select only the tubes that need to be spun or centrifuged. The rest can remain inside for clotting until they have to be spun. For example you have ten tubes or specimens. and you need to spin only five. On the touch screen display you press the corresponding numbers that you have placed your specimens in and you press start. Then only those individual specimens will begin the process of spinning. Or of course you can select a whole row or the entire centrifuge.

The infrared sensors inside the centrifuge are used to scan the specimen information inside the vials. The vials are coated with litmus interpreters that assist with infrared information transfer to obtain appropriate test result or specimen information. For example if you need a PT or INR or cholesterol the tube has encoded litmus information so that when the computer goes to gather information from the infrared sensor each litmus is therefore able to be read independently and transfered from the vial in the centrifuge to the computer software for results. With the use of the Infrared Specimen Laboratory you no longer need to separate serum and place it into a transport tube. When using a glass tube a component also made of glass fibers separate the inside of each glass vial so serum can be extracted and used to obtain results that require serum only.

A specimen can be collected from patients in the office, as the technician puts in patient information, diagnosis and tests to be ordered either stat or regular testing into the software portion of the Infrared Specimen Laboratory. Once the vials are ready to be spun each separate spinner or tube holder corresponds to the patient to avoid error and confusion, as the software knows what centrifuge slot you are using when you begin entering patient information and placing specimes into the centrifuge. When other centrifuge slots are being used or occupied the area that shows what centrifuge slots are available will be grayed off when in use, as you go to input information for the next patient. The Infrared Specimen Laboratory can be used as a stand alone machine or it can be connected wirelessly to your computer and or integrated into your EMR software. In all instances you can obtain printed results. The centrifuge can also serve as a cooling and storage station for specimens by using the temperature controlled unit.

The Infrared Specimen Laboratory can perform many standard and common tests without the wait or hassle. The physician is then able to leave the office and obtain the results by use of their EMR system on their computer or request the results to be voice mailed, faxed or e-mailed.  The Infrared Specimen Laboratory, enabling the physician by instant result.

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