Flow cytometry has become an integral tool in the work-up of challenging hematologic disorders. A series of case studies will be presented demonstrating the clinical utility of this technology in the diagnostic assessment of acute myeloid leukemia. myeloid malignancies.
The renal impact of COVID-19 is largely focused on the tubular system. Proteins in the reactive strip and renal tubular epithelial cells, as well as granular and epithelial cylinders are the main findings reported so far in the literature. Watch the webinar to understand how urinalysis can contribute in the context of this clinical condition.
Manual urine microscopy creates many time-consuming challenges that include lengthy centrifugation of urines and performing prolonged analysis under the microscope. This session will explore the process of moving from manual microscopy to automated particle analysis. The speaker will share his hospital’s automation journey which promoted workflow efficiency in the laboratory.
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.
Taking on the challenges of the NEXT STAGE of urinalysis. Comparative evaluation of the analytical performance of UF-5000 and UF1000i analyzers
The routine urine test is one of the most requested laboratory tests in medical practice, either for patients carrying a specific pathology or for a simple routine examination.
Relationship between progression of CKD and presence of hyaline casts in urine – Masato Hoshi – Assistant Professor, School of Health Sciences, Fujita Health University
Este webinar aborda a evolução da urinálise dos primeiros registros históricos ao mundo moderno, que exige cada vez mais dos hospitais e laboratórios para apresentar resultados clinicamente significativos.