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Diagnostic debut.

The new OLA4000 laboratory automation system from Olympus America Inc. fully automates the tasks associated with specimen processing in the chemistry-immuno work area. The system automates sample identification, centrifugation, decapping and output sorting of specimen tubes. It also integrates two Olympic AU analyzers for automated rack loading and unloading along with centralized data processing. Using high-speed robotics and Windows NT operating software, the system can process up to 400 samples per hour, reducing turnaround time and increasing throughput. The system can process a wide variety of sample tubes and specimen closure containers using common bar code formats.
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Publication:Medical Laboratory Observer
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Oct 1, 2001
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