14th January 2021 Content supplied by: MCS Diagnostics BV
Certablue Automated Rapid Microbiology for Every Laboratory
The CertaBlue Method is used to determine if microorganisms are present. The AutoScanner and CertaBlue vials provide both a microbial detection system and a culture medium with suitable nutritional, selective, and environmental conditions for the rapid detection of microorganisms. An inoculated vial is placed into the AutoScanner system, where it is incubated and continuously monitored for the qualitative and/or quantitative presence of microorganisms.
We are focused on simplifying test procedures and automating microbial testing processes. With the open platform of CertaSoft Professional for rapid microbial detection, we transform any laboratory IT demand with powerful and adaptable digital solutions that satisfy the needs of today and unlock the opportunities of tomorrow. CertaSoft solutions are designed and implemented in collaboration with our customers, fully optimizing your CertaBlue equipment, delivering solutions to meet current needs, but designed to grow as business needs demand.CertaSoft is a professional adaptable windows-based package for controlling the CertaBlue Autoscanner(s):
- LIMS compatible
- Automatic sample import and export
- Real-time monitoring of up to 400 samples
- Automated data archiving
- Automatically generate reports and statistical trend analysis
- User-friendly, minimal training required and barcode compatible
- Windows 10 compatible
- By connecting CertaSoft to your Laboratory Information Management System (LIMS), you can transform your business, facilitate better collaboration and information sharing, and reduce costs.
The software package enables laboratory professionals to automate and integrate their operations to improve access to real-time information, and cost-effectively manage samples and resources, capture and analyze quality data, provide essential reports and ensure regulatory compliance.
Get in touch today with our CertaBlue™ product specialists with the green "Request Information" button below.
Date Published: 14th January 2021
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