Operation flow

Step1: Load sample

Step2:Insert disc

Step3:Read results










No. The Celercare® V offers a variety of assays in a number of preconfigured panels for the utmost flexibility, while requiring only seconds of hands-on time, and providing the lowest possible operating costs.

No. The Celercare® V offers Na+, K+, tCO2, and Cl- which can be run on the same unit, test procedure, and sample.

Yes. The Celercare® V analyzer's extensive Running Quality Control (RQC) detects any flaw or potential anomaly in the disc. MNCHIP also provides a Performance Guarantee covering manufacture defective discs. (This does not include cancellations or assay suppressions due to improper disc storage, operator error, or poor sample integrity.)

In addition to cat and dog,the Celercare® V includes pre-determined specie labels for entering your own reference ranges.

The Celercare® V stores the results of the last 50000 discs run. Thereafter, the Celercare® V replaces the oldest record with the most recent.

The only required maintenance is cleaning the air filter on the back of the analyzer.

No. Unlike any other system, the Celercare® V reagents are factory calibrated. The analyzer reads calibration values from the barcode on the disc itself. The Celercare® V then calibrates its optics automatically for each measurement, and measures optical absorbance to determine the concentration of each analyte.

Through Rs232 port to connect analyzer with the computer, then customer can use Mnchip Veterinary Practice Management Software or print the results by external printers.

Whole blood( lithium heparin), serum or plasma.

No. Adding approximately 100-120μL of sample is sufficient. (Make sure not to overfill the chamber, or internal spills can result.) The Celercare® V 's on-board microfluidics handle the rest.

No. This anticoagulant can alter results. We recommend using lithium heparin with the Celercare® V .

No. Syringes might be heparinized with sodium heparin anticoagulant, which is not recommended for use with the Celercare® V. Instead, transfer the sample to a green top lithium heparin tube before loading into the disc.

The analyzer checks the disc and cancels the run if the disc is outdated. This makes it essential to set your Celercare® V to the correct date and time.

Always store discs in the appropriate conditions to help ensure accurate results. Discs may tolerate brief exposure to heat or cold, but excessive exposure to extreme temperatures suppresses reporting of some results, since the Celercare® V 's extensive built-in RQC mechanisms protect against reporting results for potentially compromised analytes.

No. In fact, you should use discs directly from the refrigerator.

Endogenous substances such as hemolysis, lipemia, and icterus affect all blood chemistries, regardless of the type, size, or cost of the analysis instrument. The Celercare® V is the only point-of-care analyzer that assesses and suppresses hemolysis, lipemia, and icterus by determining assay-by-assay the level at which these substances could affect the reliability of the results, and bringing this to the user's attention.

These symbols mean that the Celercare® V's RQC algorithm is functioning correctly and results for that particular chemistry analysis were suppressed. If the Celercare® V cannot assure reliable results because of sample quality, endogenous substances, or immeasurable analysis, the analyzer suppresses the results rather than simply report unreliable numbers.

No, but you can print out reference ranges and results, or transfer them for storage in your lab management software.

The analyzer is specifically calibrated for different species. If a rotor is run under the wrong species bank, the results will be unusable, and the rotor must be run again under the correct species.