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Abbott Cell-Dyn CD-1800 Hematology Analyzer

  • Abbott Cell-Dyn CD-1800 Hematology Analyzer
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Abbott Cell-Dyn CD-1800 Hematology Analyzer with color LCD display and full keyboard

Abbott Cell-Dyn CD-1800 Hematology Analyzer with color LCD display and full keyboard

  • Simple Operation
  • Accurate 3-part differential analysis
  • Reliability all in a single bench-top unit

The

CELL-DYN® 1800 is the latest 3-part differential analyzer based on the proven technology used since the founding of the CELL-DYN® line. *Offering 18 parameters and extensive QC and data management capabilities, the CELL-DYN 1800 meets the needs to today's growing labs. The CELL-DYN 1800 is smaller than its predecessors and fits under standard physician office laboratory cabinets. The system utilizes impedance resistance to measure human cells while incorporating the patented von Behrens plate to virtually eliminate coincidence counts from each sample.

  • Uses only three reagents, including CN-Free lyse that are individually packaged and monitored to eliminate waste and improve operator safety
  • Only 30 µL aspiration volume
  • Compact benchtop analyzer with integrated data station does not require a PC or desktop computer
  • Levy-Jennings, Westgard Rules and XB QC management system
  • Operator productivity is maximized to reduce hands on time
  • Available as an open sampling system with throughput of up to 60 samples per hour
  • Optional bar code reader eliminates transcription and data entry errors
  • Full data management with data storage for 10,000 cycles with intuitive software and graphics allows for easy assessment of patient results
  • Minimal maintenance with a reliable system provides increased confidence and uptime for the laboratory

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    Posted by Luuana on 26th Feb 2016

    above . Remember this is a tool that assumes you are stniartg everyone involved. If you have Tom Brady and you are trading away Carson Palmer, the Trade Analyzer does not know that you have Brady and may give you results you didn’t expect. Use this as a tool, not an end-all-decision-maker. You have to use your own common sense to use the information for your team. Its just giving you an idea of what you are giving up and what you are potentially getting.In your scenario, since you are giving up 2 (RB & WR) and getting 1 (RB). It would make sense to make the trade despite losing pts if you had someone to start in place of the WR you are giving up. My guess is Brown is a situational play for you and you have some depth at WR, so this trade would probably leave you with 2 good RB's and 3 startable WR's. In that case, Accept! However, If it leaves you with 2 good RB's and only 2 Startable WR's and noone to use for your Flex, you may want to think a little bit about accepting. Depth and Consistancy out way having one Stud.With all of that being said, I think offloading a injury concern RB on a struggling offense with a WR 2/3 for a fantasy stud RB1 is probably a no brainer for you


  3. above . Remember thi

    Posted by Luuana on 26th Feb 2016

    above . Remember this is a tool that assumes you are stniartg everyone involved. If you have Tom Brady and you are trading away Carson Palmer, the Trade Analyzer does not know that you have Brady and may give you results you didn’t expect. Use this as a tool, not an end-all-decision-maker. You have to use your own common sense to use the information for your team. Its just giving you an idea of what you are giving up and what you are potentially getting.In your scenario, since you are giving up 2 (RB & WR) and getting 1 (RB). It would make sense to make the trade despite losing pts if you had someone to start in place of the WR you are giving up. My guess is Brown is a situational play for you and you have some depth at WR, so this trade would probably leave you with 2 good RB's and 3 startable WR's. In that case, Accept! However, If it leaves you with 2 good RB's and only 2 Startable WR's and noone to use for your Flex, you may want to think a little bit about accepting. Depth and Consistancy out way having one Stud.With all of that being said, I think offloading a injury concern RB on a struggling offense with a WR 2/3 for a fantasy stud RB1 is probably a no brainer for you


  4. above . Remember thi

    Posted by Luuana on 26th Feb 2016

    above . Remember this is a tool that assumes you are stniartg everyone involved. If you have Tom Brady and you are trading away Carson Palmer, the Trade Analyzer does not know that you have Brady and may give you results you didn’t expect. Use this as a tool, not an end-all-decision-maker. You have to use your own common sense to use the information for your team. Its just giving you an idea of what you are giving up and what you are potentially getting.In your scenario, since you are giving up 2 (RB & WR) and getting 1 (RB). It would make sense to make the trade despite losing pts if you had someone to start in place of the WR you are giving up. My guess is Brown is a situational play for you and you have some depth at WR, so this trade would probably leave you with 2 good RB's and 3 startable WR's. In that case, Accept! However, If it leaves you with 2 good RB's and only 2 Startable WR's and noone to use for your Flex, you may want to think a little bit about accepting. Depth and Consistancy out way having one Stud.With all of that being said, I think offloading a injury concern RB on a struggling offense with a WR 2/3 for a fantasy stud RB1 is probably a no brainer for you



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