Rapid Anaemia Point-of-Care Testing
Introducing a rapid patient side test for anaemia in companion animals using venous or capillary blood in single or multiple samples. With results available in seconds this portable, hand-held device offers remarkable benefits to you and your Practice.
Ease of use – A no fuss ear prick test requiring minimal blood to recuse the stress for both the animal and the tester.
Speed of results – No waiting around for results! Have the answers you need in 10 seconds. Speedier diagnosis, speedier treatment – happier patients.
Portability – The device fits neatly in your hand, can be used anywhere and is fully rechargeable
Reliable – Accurate results time after time
Give your team control– test as often as you want and reduce the costs associated with external testing labs
Safety first– No glass components. Keep your team safe with no chance of sharps injuries
This compact device enables the determination of blood haemoglobin (Hb) and haematocrit (Hct) in 10 seconds and has applications in a variety of situations including:
- The monitoring of small animal with severe anaemia
- Home visits by vets and triage nurses
- Monitoring animals undergoing Oxyglobin transfusion
- Screening of donor animals at pet blood banks and mobile clinics
- Pre-general anaesthesia or intra-anaesthesia
- On-site monitoring of large aniamals on the farm, zoos and parks.
To review a video tutorial of the product being used please visit the product tutorial page. To review our case studies on how the Ani Hb/Hct POC System has been tested please visit the product case studies page
To purchase or for additional information on the Ani Hb / Hct POC System please contact Vet Direct our UK Distribution Partner on Tel : 08000683300 or visit www.vetdirect.com
Sample Type: Venous, arterial or capillary blood
Sample Volume: < 5μL of whole blood
Test Range: Haemoglobin 0 to 25 g/dL, Haematocrit 5 to 80%
Testing Time: < 10 seconds
Portability: Small hand held device
Power: Internal Re-chargeable battery
Ease of use: Single step procedure