Cartridge Details

cardiac_marker-icon.pngCardiac Markers 
BNP B-type Natriuretic Peptide


The i-STAT BNP test is an in vitro diagnostic test for the quantitative measurement of B-type natriuretic peptide (BNP) in whole blood or plasma samples using EDTA as the anticoagulant. BNP measurements can be used as an aid in the diagnosis and assessment of the severity of congestive heart failure.




Rapid measurement of BNP. Commonly used to determine if a patient presenting with shortness of breath may be suffering from congestive heart failure.

Sample Size:


Sample Type:

Whole blood or plasma samples using EDTA as the anticoagulant

Part Number


Expected Values

 cardiac_marker-icon.pngCardiac Markers 
Reportable Range Reference Range (Arterial) Reference Range (Venous)
BNP B-type Natriuretic Peptide 15-5000 pg/mL   <15-50 pg/mL#

# Represents the 0 to 95% range of results.

You are about to exit the Abbott family of websites for a 3rd party website

Links which take you out of Abbott worldwide websites are not under the control of Abbott, and Abbott is not responsible for the contents of any such site or any further links from such site. Abbott is providing these links to you only as a convenience, and the inclusion of any link does not imply endorsement of the linked site by Abbott. The website that you have requested also may not be optimised for your screen size.

Do you wish to continue and exit this website?

Yes No

You are about to enter an Abbott country or region specific website.

Please be aware that the website you have requested is intended for the residents of a particular country or countries, as noted on that site. As a result, the site may contain information on pharmaceuticals, medical devices and other products or uses of those products that are not approved in other countries or regions.

Do you wish to continue and enter this website?

Yes No

Not optimized for your device

The page you are trying to access is best viewed on a desktop or laptop computer.

I want to view this page anyway
Contact us today