HemoCue® Hb 201+ System Microcuvettes (100’s)

  • Reagent: Modified azidemethemoglobin assay
  • Serves as a pipette, test tube and measuring vessel
  • Contains an exact quantity of dry reagent
  • Holds about 10 µL of blood
  • Storage: Room temperature (15-30 °C, 59-86 °F) in a dry place

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Description

HemoCue® Hb 201+ System Microcuvettes (100’s)

Have confidence in your answers at the point of care

  • Precise factory calibration against the ICSH reference method
  • Patented microcuvette technology with excellent lot-to-lot reproducibility
  • Date and time storage for up to 600 results
  • Blood-based liquid controls available

Get easy access to lab-quality accuracy

  • Capillary, venous or arterial whole blood sample
  • Brief training with virtually no maintenance
  • Link result with patient ID for medical record integration
  • Printer interface

HemoCue® Hb 201+ System Specifications

System
The HemoCue Hb 201+ System consists of two parts: a disposable
microcuvette containing dry reagent and a factory-calibrated analyzer.
The HemoCue Hb 201+ Analyzer should only be used with HemoCue
Hb 201 Microcuvettes.

Method
The Hb 201+ System uses a modification of Vanzetti’s reagents, utilizing
an azidemethemoglobin reaction yielding results within one minute. This
method correlates well with the international reference method for
hemoglobin determination (ICSH).

Analyzer
Measurements are made at two wavelengths, 570 nm for hemoglobin
measurement and 880 nm for turbidity compensation.
Specimen requirement
10 µL of capillary, venous, or arterial blood are needed for the assay.

Results
Results are displayed in g/dL within 15–60 seconds depending on the
hemoglobin concentration.

Measuring range
The measuring range is 0-25.6 g/dL.

Quality control
The HemoCue Hb 201+ has an internal electronic “selftest” which
automatically verifies that the optronic unit of the instrument is working
properly each time the analyzer is switched on and every second hour
thereafter. If additional quality control testing is required for regulatory
reasons, contact HemoCue, Inc. for control information.

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