Wide-ranging portfolio of general chemistry controls
Clinical chemistry testing is considered the frontline screening to diagnose a patient’s general health status. As the leader in quality control products, Bio-Rad offers a comprehensive range of chemistry controls designed to monitor the precision of general and specialized chemistry testing procedures. Our chemistry controls come in assayed and unassayed formats and are available in an extensive range of analytes to accommodate any lab. Together with Bio-Rad’s leading Unity QC data management software, our controls help maintain confidence in the reliability of your patient test results.
Our comprehensive portfolio of chemistry controls can be utilized by labs with various needs and offer extensive value assignment. Controls can be used for many general serum and urine chemistry tests.
We offer multi-level configurations at important clinically relevant targets to monior the reproducibility of assay performance.
Our controls are available in a variety of formats ranging from glass bottle to tube configurations. Whatever your methodology or instrumentation may be, Bio-Rad likely has the quality controls that your lab needs.
Simplify your QC workflow with load-and-go efficiency and robust data management.
Detect pre-analytical interferences in hemolyzed, icteric or lipemic (HIL) samples.
Comprehensive menu of analytes helps increase testing capacity
Variety of configurations and formats helps increase assays that can be run
Extensive offering of value assignments for most instruments meets any labs’ needs
Controls are mostly designed to measure clinically relevant targets
Long-term stability helps improve workflows and reduces crossover studies
Unity software offers largest peer group and helps improve patient results
Clinical chemistry testing consists of pre-analytical, analytical, and post-analytical phases. While our chemistry controls are used in the analytical phase to monitor your QC assay’s precision, Bio-Rad's Serum Indices products are used in the pre-analytical phase to monitor the ability of an instrument to detect hemolysis, icterus, and lipemia (HIL), which are the most commonly tested interferences that affect the integrity of patient samples in the clinical laboratory.
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