Sysmex introduced urine sediment automation for the first time to Indian customers in the year 2013. Since then, with over 60 installations of fully automated urine sediment analyzers, Sysmex is undoubtedly the market leader in automated urinalysis solutions in India and offers fully automatic analyzers designed to increase efficiency and improve quality for routine urine sediment analysis.

Sysmex UN-Series

Sysmex is now proud to announce the most advanced and complete walkaway solution for urinalysis. Combining the new members of the UN-Series is the next step toward a fully automated urinalysis workflow solution of the highest level. The systems are modular and scalable, allowing flexibility to the users with different sample volumes.

"Thanks to our core competence – fluorescence flow cytometry technology – no other automated urine analyzers in the market can provide standardized objective results in comparison to our urine analyzers. In recent years, automation has had a tremendous impact by allowing labs to standardize and improve the accuracy of urinalysis results. Fully automated solutions from Sysmex offer rapid sample processing, enhancing laboratory workflow, improving turnaround times, and freeing skilled technologists to devote their time to other laboratory priorities."

Pravin Gundewar

Product Manager-Urinalysis &
Biochemistry,
Sysmex India Pvt. Ltd.

The new UF-5000 and UF-4000,based on our globally renowned fluorescence flow cytometry and with body fluid analysis, available at the flick of a switch, will benefit laboratories of any size. UF-4000/5000 provides quantitative estimation of urine particles and formed elements with a lot of value-added information.

Our UC-3500 is a fully automated urine chemistry analyzer that takes test strip analysis further, with both microalbumin and creatinine analysis on board as optional parameters.

Adding our digital imaging unit UD-10, provides a seamless urinalysis workflow – from sample entry to digital image. To round off the offering, we have a new U-WAM for sample management and CV-11 for sample transport."


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