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Equipment Planning for Small and Medium Pathology Lab

Diagnostic Lab equipment

Planning for a small or medium diagnostic pathology lab? Wondering where to get a diagnostic lab equipment list and their cost estimates? Have a limited set of tests in scope and cannot decide which equipment to buy? If yes, you have come to the right place. We are here to help you with equipment planning […]

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How to get Loan for Diagnostic Centre?

Market study or licenses for diagnostic centre

Are you planning to set up a medical diagnostic centre? Have you completed a market study to assess business potential for a diagnostic Pathology lab in the location under consideration? Wondering how much it will cost to set-up a diagnostic centre? Wondering how to get a loan for Diagnostic Centre and Pathology Lab? If yes, […]

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How to decide what equipment to buy for diagnostic lab

What equipment you need for the diagnostic lab depends on the scope of work the market demands and you wish to do. It may be easy to buy all the equipment if you have enough funds, but it is important to have sufficient patient volumes to justify the investments. In India specifically, Reagents account for […]

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Medical Diagnostic Centre and Lab Equipment List

Diagnostic Lab equipment

Planning to set up a medical diagnostic centre? Wondering where to get a diagnostic lab equipment list? Want to know what is the cost of setting up a diagnostic centre? What are the other requirements to be taken care of when setting up a diagnostic Lab? If yes, you have come to the right place. […]

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Difference between 3-part and 5-part differential cell counter

Hematology analyzers are also called cell counters as they are used to make a complete blood count (CBC) including red blood cell (RBC), white blood cell (WBC), hemoglobin, and platelet counts, as well as hematocrit levels and many other parameters.  The most common discussion regarding cell counters is around 3-part differential cell counters and 5-part […]

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Top 8 Medical Diagnostic Centre set-up Requirements

Hematology Analyzer features

Are you planning to start a diagnostic lab or diagnostic centre? If yes, you may be wondering how to go about it. When setting up a medical diagnostic centre, it might be useful to consider the following aspects like Scope of Work planned in the Lab, Diagnostic Lab equipment list, legal & statutory compliance requirements, […]

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Features and specifications for buying hematology analyser or cell counter

Hematology Analyzer features

The following features or specifications may be of importance, when purchasing a hematology analyser or cell counter: Parameters reported Cell counters may report on ranging from the classic 8 parameters to 36 parameters and 2-6 histograms and scatter diagrams. The decision on number of parameters required generally depends on the type of test needed. This […]

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Ever wondered what happens to the blood you donate? How do blood banks work?

Credit Blood banks have a rather major role in health care and contribute integrally to various medical treatment procedures. The term ‘blood bank’ refers to the system of collection of blood, acquiring various individual elements of the blood and effectively storing them so that they could be put to ready use in the future. Some […]

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Biochemistry Analyzer: Applications, Facts & Benefits

Biochemistry analyzer is one of the most commonly used devices in pathology laboratories. It is a medical equipment that is designed to perform tests on a wide range of elements from blood, serum, plasma, cerebrospinal fluid to urine as sample. Means, it helps to analyze, study and evaluate the characteristics of various samples. In other […]

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Equipment needed to set-up a medical diagnostic centre / facility

A typical diagnostic centre/ set-up usually includes Clinical Lab and Imaging equipment. A medical laboratory or clinical laboratory is a laboratory where tests are done on clinical specimens (such blood, urine, stool, semen, bone-marrow and several other body fluids). The objective is to obtain information about the health of a patient for diagnosis, treatment and […]

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