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Veterinary Chemistry Analyzer

BV100
BV100 applies Microfluidic technology to realize the miniaturization and full automation of biochemical analysis device. Dilution, centrifugation, quality control, and test result printing carry out automatically as steps during sample analysis process. Simplify the biochemical testing process and significantly reduce the sample volume for testing. Built-in intelligent algorithm and temperature control system targets for an accurate and reliable test result. It meets the needs of veterinary POCT and is a professional partner to help veterinarians assess the health status of animals.
  
  
Built in thermal printer Timely print out of reports 7-inch touch screen operation, clearer vision
Test Time: 10 minutes Superior accuracy Cutting edge chip technology Easy to use: 3 steps to result Support walk-away operation
Touch screen operation Support to work without PC
Support 13 species Cat, Dog, Rabbit, Mouse, Monkey, Ox, Sheep, Goat, Cow, Horse, Pig, Elephant, Camel
Compact size 27 cm × 15.0 cm × 36 cm Light weight 4.3KG,Portable and Space saving for the lab
Support to customize test report Professional impression for customers
  
  

Advanced Design Accurate Results

+ Advanced chip Technology     Ensure the accurate test results
+ Pre-heating system     Eliminate rotor warm-up time
+ Built-in algorithm     Support automatic calibration
+ Xenon light source     Design for 10 years’ service life
  
  

Multiple Panel options for different test scenarios

13 test panels are available

Reagent rotors with freeze-drying technology, convenient for transport

PanelParametersDetails
Health Checking18TP, ALB, GLOB, ALB/GLOB, T-BIL, ALT, AST, AST/ALT, ALP, CK, α-AMY, BUN, CREA, BUN/CREA, Ca, P, TC, GLU
Liver and Kidney Panel14TP, ALB, GLOB, ALB/GLOB, T-BIL, ALT, AST, AST/ALT, γ-GT, ALP, BUN, CREA, BUN/CREA, UA
Pre-operation Panel11TP, ALT, AST, AST/ALT, ALP, CK, LDH, BUN, CREA, BUN/CREA, GLU
Critical Care11K, Na, Na/K, Cl, CO2, BUN, CREA, BUN/CREA, ALT, GLU, α-AMY
Electrolyte8K, Na, Na/K, Cl, CO2, Ca, P, Mg
Electrolyte plus*9K,Na,Na/K,Cl,CO2,Ca,P,Mg,PH
Liver Funtion Pane12TP, ALB, GLOB, ALB/GLOB, T-BIL, D-BIL, I-BIL, ALT, AST, AST/ALT, γ-GT, ALP
Kidney Funtion Panel8ALB, BUN, CREA, BUN/CREA, CO2, Ca, P, UA
Canine Inflammation9BUN,CRE,BUN/CRE,PHOS),TBIL,AST,AMY,GGT,CRP
Feline Inflammation8TP,ALB,GLOB,ALB/GLOB,AMY,GGT,TBIL,SAA
Comprehensive Panel23TP,ALB,GLOB,ALB/GLOB,TBIL,ALT,AST,AST/ALT,ALKP,CK,AMY,BUN,CRE,BUN/CRE),Ca,PHOS,CHOL,GLU,TG,UA,LDH,TBA,CHE
Basic Checking10TP, ALB, GLOB, ALB/GLOB, ALT, ALP, BUN, CREA, BUN/CREA, GLU
Large Animals Panel12TP, ALB, GLOB, ALB/GLOB, AST, γ-GT, ALP, BUN, CK, P, Mg, Ca

Veterinary Hematology Analyzer

HV3000

Principles
 •Impedance and Colorimetry Impedance to cell counting No cyanide lyse
 3 Part differentiation of WBC
•3 Histograms
Flag System
•Abnormal sample of WBC, RBC and PLT ore available Support customized testing group
Efficient
•60 Samples per hour
  
  
Accurate measurement of low value PLT
• Advanced impedance technology Ensure accuracy of PLT
Fluidic patent technology
• Innovative technology, High efficiency, Free of maintenance, Good reliability
Large LCD touch screen
• High resolution and colorful screen, High sensitivity of operation by wearing gloves
Low running cost
• 2 reagents only Low reagent consumption of single test
Low sample volume consumption
• Anticoagulant whole blood,s 9.6uL Prediluted blood,s 20ul
Easy operation
• One Click to run test, One Click of troubleshooting, One interface of Whole daily operation
  
  

 

Lym Ab+Ehrlichia Ab
+Anaplasma Ab
+Canine Heartworm Ag
Combo Rapid Test
Cassette (WB/S/P)
The serum relaxin level of pregnant dogs at 15 to 30 days is significantly higher than that of not pregnant dogs, it peaking at 35 days, so
relaxin can be used as an early pregnancy marker in dogs .
The Relaxin (RLN) Rapid Test is for the qualitative detection of Relaxin (RLN) in dog's serum and plasma 15 days after the last mating of the
dog, for the auxiliary diagnosis of early pregnancy.
  
  
Feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) is a Lentivirus that affects cats worldwide. FIV progresses through similar stages to HIV in humans. The initial stage is fairly short and is followed by the asymptomatic stage. Finally, the cat progresses into the final stage (FAIDS stage),where in the cat is extremely susceptible to secondary diseases that inevitably are the cause of death.
Feline leukemia virus (FeLV) is a retrovirus that infects cats. If not defeated by the animal's immune system, the virus weakens the cat's immune system which can lead to diseases which can be lethal.
The AB system is the major blood group system in domestic cats. The common blood types are A and B, and a third rare type "AB" is also known. There is no universal donor or recipient feline blood groups, but the vast majority (around 90%) of domestic cats have type A blood, while more exotic purebreds often type B.
  
  
African swine fever (ASF) is a highly contagious and deadly viral disease affecting both domestic and feral swine of all ages. ASF is found around the world.
Many of ASFV infected pigs die because of the disease. However, if pigs recover from an ASF infection (survivors), ASF virus can persist for prolonged periods in tissues or blood of the surviving pigs (carriers) and these carrier pigs may contribute to virus transmission.
P30 protein, P54 protein and P72 protein are expressed in the early, middle and late stage of ASFV infection. The detection of corresponding antibodies can monitor the complete infection cycle and evaluate the infection process.
  
  
Bovine brucellosis is a chronic infectious disease caused by Brucella abortus.
It is characterized by inflammation, necrosis and granuloma formation in the reproductive organs, fetal membranes and various organ tissues, causing symptoms such as miscarriage, infertility, testitis and arthritis.
A variety of animals have varying degrees of susceptibility to the disease, and natural infections are common in sheep, cattle and pigs.
Reproductive inefficiency and infertility are major financial burdens to domestic livestock. Variables associated with these reproductive losses during early gestation include contributions from the oocyte, uterus, sperm, embryo and placenta.
Bovine pregnancy associated glycoproteins (PAG) are produced by the binucleate cells of the ruminant placenta and can be used to diagnose pregnancy. Increased circulating concentrations of PAG early in gestation have been correlated with pregnancy success and decreased concentrations are predictive of impending embryonic mortality in both beef and dairy cattle.