Vital Scientific gets US nod for chemistry analysers:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Vital Scientific has received US FDA 510(k) clearance for its Selectra-XL and V-Twin clinical chemistry analysers. The Vitalab Selectra-XL, a random-access, walk-away system, offers a wide range of testing including, drugs of abuse (DOA) and therapeutic drug monitoring (TDM). With a throughput of 400 tests per hour, the analyser is an ideal main workstation for the small to medium sized laboratory, say the firm, a Dutch subsidiary of Newton, Massachusetts-based Novitron International. The V-Twin, an OEM model of the analyser, is designed exclusively for Dade Behring's Syva Emit-branded TDM, DOA and specimen validity tests.
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