Acquisition and implementation of new chemistry analyzers and integrated chemistry automation remains aggressive, as this is a stalwart technology in the laboratory. The use of high-, medium-, and low-volume chemistry instruments in facilities of all sizes allows for an integrated setup utilizing devices from several vendors. As testing volumes have fluctuated substantially during the COVID-19 pandemic, many labs are finding their ability to be flexible invaluable. Adding automation to core chemistry also enables valuable staff resources to be assigned to other tasks.
A little under half (47%) of facilities planning to acquire new chemistry analyzers will do so within the next 2 years.
Facilities of all sizes have plans to acquire new systems, speaking to the universal need for chemistry instrumentation and automation.
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