Healthcare facilities are being challenged with increased patient volume and the need for continued monitoring of blood gases in respiratory care patients.
While the i-STAT System does not have a test to diagnose coronavirus, the i-STAT System offers test cartridges that provide fast results which can assist in the early identification of deteriorating health in patients and can help to identify patients that are critically ill. Hospitalized patients are often nursed in isolation units in the ICU. The handheld nature of the i‑STAT 1 analyzer means blood testing can be performed at the patient’s bedside potentially reducing the risk of contamination and cross-infection.
The i-STAT CHEM8+ cartridge can be used to rapidly assess the metabolic status of patients and may help the clinician in the assessment of kidney function.
This blood gas cartridge can quickly assess the patient’s respiratory condition or determine the presence of hyperlactatemia to inform the risk stratification of patients diagnosed with sepsis.
The original i-STAT 1 portable, handheld analyzer produces results in minutes at the bedside in just 4 simple steps.
View the range of compatible data management software solutions to help you oversee test results and seamlessly integrate with your LIS and EMR.
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