Platelet Phagocytosis: Case Report
Platelet Phagocytosis: Case Report

The reported case shows how to analyze the cell distribution chart and alarms provided by Sysmex hematological analyzers can help with the recognition of possible interference with platelet indentations.

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Unusual Cases: Bridging Hematology With Flow Cytometry
Unusual Cases: Bridging Hematology With Flow Cytometry

Multiparameter flow cytometry has become an integral tool in the work-up of abnormal WBC findings, allowing for rapid and accurate identification of abnormal cell populations, cell lineage assignment and assessment of clonality. This presentation will discuss a series of cases that demonstrate the utility of flow cytometry in the diagnostic workup of hematologic disorders presenting with abnormal WBC differential and incorporation of relevant criteria from the revised WHO Classification of Tumors of Hematopoietic and Lymphoid Tissues.

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SYSMEX XN-L SERIES: HIGH-PERFORMANCE COMPACT ANALYZERS
SYSMEX XN-L SERIES: HIGH-PERFORMANCE COMPACT ANALYZERS

Sysmex XN-L analyzers are compact and suitable for laboratories that process small and medium volume samples. Some evaluations published in the literature reveal similar performance of the XN-L line when compared to XN analyzers. Learn about the characteristics of this Sysmex innovation and how it can be implement in your laboratory routine.

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Urinalysis and Automation: Routine Optimization and Sample Validation by Clinical Patterns
Urinalysis and Automation: Routine Optimization and Sample Validation by Clinical Patterns

Automation in urinalysis is a topic that has been gaining ground in the laboratory medicine environment. More and more technological resources are being sought for routine optimization, especially when we talk about large clinical analysis laboratories. Automated Urinalysis Systems, such as Sysmex’s UN-3000 solution, provide analytical workflow improvement as they enable more efficient analysis of a large number of samples. This allows the professionals responsible for the analysis to devote most of their time to samples that actually have clinically relevant changes while those samples without alterations can be safely released within a short time.

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