Providing lab accuracy and ease of use, the HemoCue® Hb 201+ System has become a standard in hemoglobin point-of-care testing. Healthcare providers around the world rely on the immediate results so they can make the right decisions when they need them most — right at the point of care.
With dedicated support and service as well as unmatched training and education based on over 30 years of experience, you can count on HemoCue for the right solutions for all your needs.
HemoCue® Hb 201+ Specifications:
Sample material: Capillary, venous or arterial whole blood.
Measurement range: 0-25.6 g/dL
Results: In about 60 seconds.
Sample volume: 10 µL.
Weight: 350 g (0.77 pounds) with batteries installed.
Power: AC Adapter or batteries.
Operating temperature: 15-30 °C (59-86 °F).
Interface: Printer and PC (with Basic Connect).
Quality control: Built-in "selftest" and liquid controls.
Calibration: The analyzers are calibrated at the factory against the ICSH reference method and needs no further calibration.
Storage for HemoCue® Hb 201 Analyzer: The analyzer can be stored at temperature 0-50 °C (32-122 °F).
Storage for container packaged HemoCue® Hb 201 Microcuvettes: The microcuvettes are to be stored at 15-30 °C (59-86 °F) in a dry place. Use the microcuvettes prior to their expiry date. Once the container is opened the microcuvettes are stable for three months. Always keep the container closed.
Storage for individual packaged HemoCue® Hb 201 Microcuvettes: The microcuvettes are to be stored at 15-30 °C (59-86 °F) in a dry place. Use the microcuvettes prior to their expiry date. The expiry date is printed on each container as well as on each individual package.
Method: Vanzetti, G. An azidemethemoglobin method for hemoglobin determination in blood. J. Lab. Clin. Med. 67, 116-26 (1966).
Principle: The reaction in the cuvette is a modified azidemethemoglobin reaction. The erythrocyte membranes are disintegrated by sodium deoxycholate, releasing the hemoglobin. Sodium nitrite converts the hemoglobin iron from the ferrous to the ferric state to form methemoglobin, which then combines with azide to form azidemethemoglobin. The photometer uses a double wavelength measuring method, 570 nm and 880 nm, for compensation of turbidity.
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