New High-Volume Haematology analysers offer technological advancements that allow optimal diagnostics solutions in combination with environmental-friendly ergonomic designs. They allow reliable and reportable White Blood Cell (WBC), and other Blood Cells differentials and measure the correct volume of the cells.
Most of the diseases will trigger deviation in the blood cells volumes and shapes that can precisely be detectable by the Near-native State Cellular Analysis that these analysers offer. They can automatically see beyond the microscope.
An evident learning in the evolution of the biomarkers related to these analyzers is the clinical utility of the Monocyte Distribution Width (MDW) as a marker to aid in identifying the severity of infection. As part of the CBC-diff order, MDW can enhance the risk assessment of sepsis without the need to order additional tests.
What you will learn:
- New High-Volume Haematology analysers advanced technologies overview
- Precise detection of volume & shape changes beyond the Microscopic cell count
- Monocytes and MDW: from scientific insights to clinical practice
- MDW (Monocyte Distribution Widths) – new cellular biomarker for infection & sepsis detection in the Emergency Department
- Professor Mohamad Qari, Consultant and Professor of Hematology. President and founder of Pan Arab Hematology Association at King Abdulaziz University Hospital in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
- Grace Estephan, Marketing Communications Manager, Beckman Coulter.