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Calibration of technicon autoanalyzers and evaluation of analytical results

R. V. Cheeseman

Calibration of technicon autoanalyzers and evaluation of analytical results

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Published by Water Research Centre in Stevenage .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby R.V. Cheeseman, A.H. Nield and A.L.Wilson.
SeriesTechnical reports / Water Research Centre -- TR32
ContributionsNield, A. H., Wilson, A. L.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13714970M

An AutoAnalyzer is an example of an automated chemistry analyzer using a special flow technique named "continuous flow analysis (CFA)", invented in by Leonard Skeggs, PhD and first made by the Technicon Corporation. The first applications were for clinical (medical) analysis. The AutoAnalyzer profoundly changed the character of the.


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Anevaluation ofthe AutoAnalyzerSMA-4 modified Drabkin's reagent, pH (van Kampen and Zijlstra, ) was used. CARRY-OVER Basic to the scientific evaluation of an instrument which operates on. Introduction: The aim of the study was to evaluate the analytical performance of the new colorimetric, automatic analyser, Seal AutoAnalyzer 3 High Resolution (Seal AA3 HR) (Seal Analytical.

The Technicon AutoAnalyzer SMA-4 Calibration of technicon autoanalyzers and evaluation of analytical results book been systematically evaluated. Carry-over from the sample cups was found to be within an acceptable range.

Based Calibration of technicon autoanalyzers and evaluation of analytical results book the theoretical aspects of analytical calibration and the results reported in the selected CS, the following conclusions can be drawn.

A very good option for analytical calibration should be using triplicate measurements of six calibration standards covering a working range in which the usual content of real samples is by: In conclusion, the results demonstrate that the Technicon Immuno 1CK-MB mass assay shows ex- cellent precision characteristics with a calibration curve remaining stable for at least 2 months.

The evaluation shows that the Immuno 1CK-MB mass assay has the required accuracy, high precision, lin- earity, and inter-method correlation for its utiliza- tion in a clinical by: 3.

Reporting its experience before and after the introduction of the autoanalyzer, the Mayo Clinic saw a four- to five-fold increase in the incidence of PHPT [21]. Incidence rates as high as % Calibration of technicon autoanalyzers and evaluation of analytical results book the postmenopausal population in Sweden have been reported [22,23].

These results underscore the point that PHPT is a common endocrine disorder. The era of automation arrived with the introduction of the AutoAnalyzer using continuous flow analysis and the Robot Chemist that automated the traditional manual analytical steps.

Successive generations of stand-alone analysers increased analytical speed, offered the ability to test high volumes of patient specimens, and provided large assay by: We present performance studies on the Technicon "SMAC" analyzer.

Precision was estimated from control data during routine operation and from blind duplicates of sera from patients.

It is in this regard thal the proces; is referred to as analytical self-calibration. The mathematics of the technique applies to the in-flight calibration of the mm Hasselblad camera of APOLLO covered simultaneously with the orientation presumed common to all frames.

Two ver- of a ballistic camera. After obtaining analytical results similar to ours, Jain et al. suggested that it was safe to make clinical decisions based on serum K + levels yielded by an ABG instrument.

However, in 15% of our patients the errors were greater than mmol/L; this may have implications in clinical by: A study of some manual and automatic procedures for the determination of nitrate and silicate in ocean water P. BREWER*t and J. RILEY* (Received 31 May ) THE DEVELOPMENT of automatic methods for the determination of the principal micro-nutrients in sea water promises to relieve the chemical oceanographer of much by: 1.

The Technicon SMA 12/60 modification of a glucose oxidase/peroxidase 3 methyl 2 benzothiazolinone hydrazone N,N dimethylaniline method is evaluated and found acceptable.

Added bilirubin. Comparison with the Technicon AutoAnalyzer acid digestion (AA) method resulted in a high correlation (r=). Due to a low quantification limit and high sample throughput, the proposed technique appears suitable for both epidemiological and clinical follow-up by: Thus, validation of such a measurement process and assessment of its ability to accurately measure the analyte is important.

Analytical calibration is the most crucial step in any analytical procedure targeting the estimation of analyte concentration. As a key component of any validation procedure, calibration must be properly : Marwa S.

El-Azazy. ANALYTICAL EVALUATION PROGRAM Results" Calibration of technicon autoanalyzers and evaluation of analytical results book EVALUATION did not specify any particular order for performing the de-terminations, nor were any restrictions placed on TECHNICON AUTOANALYZER, MOLYBDOSILICATE 11 NOT DETERMINED 12 MOLYBDOSILICATE.

STD METHs 13EO. 13 NOTFile Size: 3MB. 2 ANALYTICAL CALIBRATION The basic analytical task consists in determining the concentration of a given substance (known as analyte) in a sample of the material being tested.

It can only be done by using a chosen analytical instrument 1 and on the basis of the measurment data (the analytical signals) provided by the instrument for the sample. The first hand‐made segmented continuous‐flow auto analyzer was invented in the late s by Leonard Skeggs, Ph.D., who in signed a contract with the Technicon Corporation for further collaboration (Skeggs ).It took 3 years for Technicon to engineer and develop the first single‐channel auto analyzer which was introduced in (Skeggs ).Cited by: 3.

Reading List for Analytical Scientists • ISO Water quality -- Calibration and evaluation of analytical methods and estimation • APLAC TCMethod of stating test and calibration results and compliance with specification, Issue No.

4, 09/10 (). (Analytical Calibration Process Continued) 5. Zero the balance by pressing the “tare” bar (or button) 6. Place the first Class 1 weight on the clean balance pan with plastic forceps, allow the balance to stabilize, measure and record the observed weight in the logbook. Repeat step 6 with the other weights.

Size: 27KB. Evaluation of Analytical Errors in a Clinical Chemistry Laboratory: A 3 Year Experience Sakyi AS 1,2, Laing EF 1,2, Ephraim RK 3, Asibey OF 2, Sadique OK 2Cited by: Seal Analytical has introduced an alternative colorimetric analyser for in vitro diagnostics of urinary iodide, The Seal AutoAnalyzer 3 High Resolution (Seal AA3 HR) (Seal Analytical, Wisconsin, USA).

It is the new generation of the original Technicon AutoAnalyzer (Technicon Corporation Bayer, NY, USA).Author: Valentina Vidranski, Maja Franceschi, Dražena Krilić, Tomislav Jukić, Ivan Mihaljević, Zvonko Kusić. In order to derive comparable analytical results and as a basis for analytical quality control the calibration and evaluation of analytical methods have to be performed uniformly.

2 Definitions For the purposes of this part of ISOthe following definitions apply. Techniques of Water-Resources Investigations, Book 5, Chapter Al, p. Automated Calorimetric or Potentiometric Analysis 1.

Application or scope This practice applies to analyses, using the Technicon AutoAnalyzer, of samples in which the constituent of interest forms a unique colored complex with the reagent used.

The precision and accuracy of each analytical procedure is discussed in the appropriate chapter. Accuracy is a measure of how close an analyzed value is to the true value.

In general, the accuracy of an analytical method is determined by the use of calibrated, traceable reference standards. Sulfate manifold. Precision and Bias With a Technicon Autoanalyzer II in a single laboratory a sample with an average concentration of about 28 mg S0 4 2 7L had a standard deviation of mg/L and a coefficient of var- iation of %.

In two samples with added S0 4 2 \ recoveries were 91% and %. Bibliography Lazrus. A.L. Apparatus Technicon Auto Analyzer Unit (AAI or AAII) consisting of: Sampler.

Manifold (AAI) or Analytical Cartridge (AAII). Proportioning pump. Heating bath with double delay coil (AAI). Colorimeter equipped with 15 mm tubular flow cell and nm filters.

Recorder. Digital printer for AAII. Cheeseman has written: 'The absorptiometric determination of phenolic compounds in water' 'Calibration of technicon autoanalyzers and evaluation of analytical results' Asked in Authors. ' EPA ERL-Corvallis Library iiiiiiiiiiiini j QUALITY ASSURANCE METHODS MANUAL FOR LABORATORY ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES Wayne P.

Robarge Department of Soil Science North Carolina State University Raleigh, NC and Ivan Fernandez Department of Plant & Soil Science University of Maine-Orono Orono, HE July This Laboratory Analytical Techniques.

What is a Performance Evaluation of Analytical Equipment. EffecTech ®, in conjunction with their UKAS site accreditation according to ISOuses the international standard ISO – Natural gas – Performance evaluation for on-line analytical systems to quantify the performance characteristics of your instrument.

What is ISO. ISO – Natural gas. comparison #{}mechanized analysis #{}analytical systems Schwartz etal.(1)reported results ofperformance studies onaprototype “SMAC” 1analyzer. Here, we present results ofsimilar studies onaproduction-model instrument.

Results inthis report arefrom mi-tial evaluation. ANALYTICAL EVALUATION PROGRAM STANDARD REFERENCE WATER SAMPLES NOS. 72, 73, and NUTRIENT NO. 3 June O O O O O O O O O analytical results submitted by 70 labora-Antimony (Sb) Copper (Cu) ver (Ag) tories for Standard Reference TECHNICON AUTOANALYZER, MOLYBDOSILICATE BLUE 28 MOLYBDATE BLUE.

IUSGS. Development of Technicon’s Auto Analyzer EDWIN C. WHITEHEAD In Alan Moritz, chairman of the department of pathology at Case Technicon’s insistence that the laboratory conducting the evaluation call a meeting of its local professional society to announce the results.

Such CO CO 1 BASIC CONCEPTS OF MEDICAL INSTRUMENTATION. 1 2 File Size: KB. REGISTRATION FORM The evaluation of Environmental tories is designed to assist the participating laboratories to upgrade their overall performance in order to safeguard the scientific and legal validity of their data.

Technicon Auto Analyzer 44 2. Maintenance and calibration of analytical apparatus are critical to. The automated analytical methods, both adaptations of the West-Gaeke pararosanaline method to Technicon AutoAnalyzer systems, yielded results that were not significantly biased from and were more precise than the reference method.

Instruments to be automated include Technicon AutoAnalyzers, atomic absorption spectrometers, and an electronic Author: W.F. Morris, E.R.

Fisher, G.W. Barton. Synthesis, Structural Characterization, and Catalytic Evaluation of Phosphinoferrocene Ligands Bearing Extended Urea-Amide Substituents; Conformation-Restricted Partially and Fully Fused BODIPY Dimers as Highly Stable Near-Infrared Fluorescent Dyes; Reactions of hydrogen sulfite and sulfite ions with coordinated nitrene.

A method for the simultaneous determination of sweat sodium and chloride was developed and evaluated using a Monarch centrifugal analyser with ion-selective electrodes. In order to measure sodium and chloride in diluted sweat samples and sweat paper eluatcs an analytical working range of below 10 mmol/L was required.

This was achieved by. pH – EPA ; Technicon WA pH Glass Electrode pH Standard Buffers SW Use EPA if Aqueous Phase > 20% of sample; otherwise, must use EPA Autoanalyzer or continuous readout flow cell (EPATechnicon WA). The evaluation included laboratory experiments, using two different azo-dye-forming absorbing solutions in a Technicon instrument, to test the reliability of calibration techniques.

Other procedures that are important in the use of the method were evaluated, and a literature search was con- ducted to identify possible interferents. factory performance in these tests, a full evaluation in a clinical laboratory is warranted.

Precision and accuracy ofindividual units As well as determining the precision of results obtained with the complete analytical system it is useful to makemeasurements on representative units or modules. The total analytical precision is deter­. The only R-5s that I have experience driving/operating were models.

They were a cab over design, and manufactured on a GMC chassis. Some of the features are 6 cyl gasoline engine, gallon tank and a maximum pump rating of gallons per minute.

Single test AutoAnalyzers quickly were coupled together to automate high volume tests pdf and BUN) and electrolytes. Soon Simultaneous Multichannel Analyzers (the SMA series by Technicon) became the production workhorses of laboratories.

They grew in size from 6 channels to 12 channels to 20 channels during the 60s and 70s. OTHER METHODS: This is based on the method of Lambert, et al. [3]. NIOSH Method uses an ion specific electrode for measurement. The method has been adapted for use with a Technicon Autoanalyzer [4].

NIOSH Manual of Analytical Methods (NMAM), Fourth Edition, 8/15/  Ebook 6th March by Andy Connelly. Last updated 9th Ebook Introduction. Calibration standards are key to the analytical process. They are used to create the calibration curve and the better the calibration curve, the better the data.

In this blog post I will show various simple methods for making calibration standards from aqueous and solid standard materials.