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New Sterilin Tubes Make Automated Urinalysis Easy

Sterilin urinalysis tubes
The new Sterilin 16 x 100mm rimless tubes are ideal for easy and efficient automated urinalysis. With 11 ml capacity, these high quality, clear polystyrene tubes fit perfectly into the racking of leading automated urinalysis systems, including the Sysmex UF100 and UF1000i, Iris IQ 200 and Menarini sediMAX systems, for fast and reliable processing.

The Sterilin tubes have a rounded base profile to ensure efficient mixing of the urine sample by the analyser prior to testing and, if samples need to be retained following analysis, Sterilin push-fit caps provide an efficient seal for leak-free storage.
Urine analysis is one of the most common non-invasive methods for initial patient health screening and many laboratories throughout the world use automated analysers for increased efficiency and to provide timely, accurate and quantitative results. Most standard primary urine containers hold large sample volumes (20 - 150 ml), whereas the racking for most automated urinalysis systems is designed to hold 11 ml tubes.

Where a suitable primary urine tube has not been used, urine samples can be decanted quickly and easily into Sterilin 11 ml tubes, which have been designed to fit the racking of most automated urinalysis systems.

'The new Sterilin 11 ml tubes complement our existing range of urine containers, allowing health professionals to purchase everything they need for the collection, analysis and storage of urine from a single, reliable supplier,' comments Rachel Adams, Marketing Manager for Sterilin Limited.

For further information about Sterilin tubes for automated urinalysis and the full range of high quality disposable plastic products available from Sterilin, please visit the Sterilin website at www.sterilin.co.uk or email rachel.adams@sterilin.co.uk

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Posted: March 2, 2010
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