Stat Profile Prime® Plus
blood gas analyzer
22 emergency parameters from a sample.
Stat Profile Prime® Plus is a maintenance-free blood gas device with which you can determine 22 acute parameters in the shortest possible time. This blood gas analyzer offers you the most extensive connectivity options and was specially developed for the point-of-care in hospitals
By dividing the system components into sensor cards and calibrator cassettes, the operational readiness of the Prime® Plus is significantly increased compared to blood gas analyzers with combined single-cassette systems. Sensor cards and cassettes can be replaced within seconds in just a few simple steps. Newly inserted calibrator and QC cassettes do not require any activation time and the device is immediately ready for operation again. Activation of new sensor cards takes less than an hour.
Simple, intuitive handling
The safety sample supply system prevents any direct contact with the sample material and is compatible with all commercially available collection systems. The clear menu navigation can be operated easily and intuitively via the large touchscreen. Working with the Prime® Plus therefore only requires minimal user training.
Sensor card technology
All Stat Profile Prime® Plus biosensors are miniaturized on a maintenance-free sensor card that includes all test parameters (including CO-oximetry).
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The test panel of the Stat Profile Prime® Plus includes 22 measured parameters relevant to the point of care. In addition, this blood gas device offers a large number of calculated parameters.
Stat Profile Prime® Plus Panel
pH, pCO2, pO2, Hkt, Hb, SO2, Na, K, Cl, iCa, iMg, Glu, La , TCO2, O2Hb, COHb, MetHb, HHb, tBil, HbF
Urea (BUN), creatinine and eGFR
The most important specifications of the Stat Profile Prime® Plus blood gas analyzer.
~ 60 seconds
Vollblut arteriell, venös, kapillar
W 35.6 cm x D 39.1 cm x H 45.7 cm
fully automatic (selectable internal / external)
Fully automatic calibration
ASTM protocol via serial connection RS232 TCP / IP, POCT01-A2, HL7
Networking via ASTM, HL7 or POCT01-A2
Country of production
pH 6,50 – 8,00
pCO2 3,0 – 200 mmHg (0,4 – 26,6 kPa)
TCO2 22 – 29 mmol/l
pO2 5,0 – 765 mmHg (0,66 – 102,0 kPa)
SO2% 30 – 100%
Hkt 12 – 70%
Na+ 80 – 200 mmol/L
K+ 1 – 20 mmol/L
Cl- 50 – 200 mmol/L
Ca++ 0,1 – 2,7 mmol/L (0,4 – 10,8 mg/dL)
Mg++ 0,1 – 1,5 mmol/L
Glu 0,8 – 28 mmol/L (15 – 500 mg/dL)
Lak 0,3 – 20 mmol/L
Urea (BUN) 0,5 – 17,2 mmol/L (1,07 – 35,71 mmol/L)
Kreatinin 10 – 660 μmol/L (0,2 – 12 mg/dL)
HHb 0,4 – 40%
O2Hb 1,8 – 100%
MetHb 0,3 – 60%
COHb 0,3 – 60%
tBil 0,5 – 35,1 mg/dL
HbF 0 – 92%
tHb 5 – 25 g/dL
sHb Alert > 1,5%
Any questions about this blood gas analyzer?
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Up to 75% of all problems that lead to incorrect measurement results can be traced back to inadequate preanalytics. Nevertheless, in practice, very often too little attention is paid to pre-analytical errors. A pre-analytical error can cause an incorrect result for one parameter while not affecting other parameters.
By combining these two tests, doctors can reliably assess the kidney function of their patients. When diagnosing acute kidney injury, it is important to measure both BUN and creatinine. For ICU patients, accurate and rapid BUN and creatinine tests are key to diagnosing acute kidney failure (AKI).