Hematology Analyzer, For R.B.C., W.B.C., Platelets, and Absolute values, previously there were cumbersome and separate methods that were time-consuming and not very standardized. This problem was solved by a machine called a hematological analyzer.
When the blood sample is automatically drawn into the machine, a process begins that passes the blood through various tubes and sensors, and during this process various light signals (light signals) and electrical signals. (Electric Signals) are generated which are recorded in a special part of the machine and the computer prints a report combining it with the record inside it and displays it on the screen of the machine.
WBC and MCHC are detected simultaneously and the machine performs this task in less than a minute.
Some of the reports of this machine are however confirmed by looking at the slide under a microscope and the final report is given. So to say that this machine has made making a slide of a blood sample and then looking at it under a microscope an unnecessary process. The biggest advantage of this machine is that only 100 microliters of EDTA blood from the patient are enough for all its tests.