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Chemistry Analyzers
November 2018 - Vol. 7 No. 9 - Page #34

The vast majority of clinical laboratories use some type of automated chemistry analyzer, and most of these (85%) are medium and high-volume instruments. That said, some facilities also utilize low-volume instruments to supplement core chemistry functions.

Chemistry analyzers receive solid satisfaction ratings, and there is a deep market offering well-rated chemistry automation solutions. Test availability is the leading factor in choosing a new chemistry system for the majority of laboratories planning new acquisitions.

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