Erba Mannheim, a part of the global Transasia-Erba group, recently participated in the 71st Annual Scientific Meeting of AACC (American Association of Clinical Chemistry). In addition to showcasing their latest, high-quality, affordable IVD solutions in hematology, clinical chemistry, urinalysis, and immunoassay, the Erba group also introduced Nexus, its advanced automation range. Aimed at delivering mid-scale, advanced automation across immunology, clinical chemistry, and hematology, the Erba Nexus range employs advanced technology including AI-based blood cell image analysis, advanced CLIA magnetic beads, thick film ISE analysis, and an intuitive sample transport system to deliver affordable modular automation.
Besides unveiling Nexus, the Erba Group showcased some other products, such as XL 200 and XL 640, clinical chemistry analyzers now upgraded to include a touch screen with improved software for easier operation, longer walk-away time and faster TAT. Elan 30s, a fully automated compact benchtop ELISA microstrip processor was also showcased. Elan 30s can perform six different tests simultaneously. Not just the analyzers, the Erba group has also introduced the new Erba LIMS software with mobile app, providing high function device interfacing and remote online approval of patient reports, eliminating need for expensive LIS systems.
Along with new products, the existing suite of Erba solutions was also featured, including the Laura XL, fully automatic urine analyzer and the H560 and ELITE 580, fully automatic hematology analyzers.