MANUAL BLOOD CELL COUNTING: The BEXCO Blood Cell Counter DLC Cell Counter Manual 5Key is a handheld device used for manual counting and differentiation between different types of blood cells in medical laboratories.
ACCURATE RESULTS: The device provides accurate and reliable results, allowing lab technicians to make more accurate diagnoses and treatment decisions for various medical conditions such as anemia, leukemia, and thrombocytopenia.
DIFFERENTIATION BETWEEN BLOOD CELLS: The device has five buttons, each corresponding to a specific type of blood cell (such as Poly, lymphocytes, monocytes, eosinophils, and basophils), allowing for differentiation between different types of blood cells during the manual counting process.
EASY TO USE: The device is easy to use and does not require much training to operate. It is designed to be user-friendly and can be operated by lab technicians of different skill levels.
EFFICIENT AND TIME-SAVING: The BEXCO Blood Cell Counter DLC Cell Counter Manual 5Key is a time-saving device that can quickly and efficiently analyze blood samples, improving workflow in the laboratory and allowing for more patient samples to be processed in a shorter amount of time.
DUAL KNOB TOTALIZER: The device has a dual knob totalizer on both ends that facilitates easy resetting and keeps track of the total number of cells counted across all five keys.
PORTABLE AND COMPACT: The device is compact and portable, making it easy to transport between different laboratory locations. It does not require much space, making it ideal for small laboratories or medical facilities with limited space.
RELIABLE AND DURABLE: The BEXCO Blood Cell Counter DLC Cell Counter Manual 5Key is a reliable and durable device that is built to withstand heavy use in busy laboratory environments. It is designed to provide accurate and consistent results over a long period of time.
COST-EFFECTIVE: The device is a cost-effective alternative to larger, more expensive automated blood cell counters, making it an ideal choice for smaller laboratories or medical facilities with limited budgets.