ESR analyzer stands for Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate Analyzer. The ESR is a clinical lab test that measures the rate of which erythrocyte (red blood cells) in whole blood descend into a standardized tube, reported as mm per hour. The manual ESR testing is invented long time ago. ESR tests are still being performed, however with the Biozek BIOSED-10 or BIOSED-20 you are able to to perform this test automated. BIOSED ESR analyzer speed run time, while enhancing safety and uccuracy. BIOSED ESR analyzer is based on the golden standard Westergren method. The westergren method is based on whole blood which is mixed with sodium citrate or EDTA as an anticoagulant and then added to a standardized calibrated tube, which is allowed to sit for one hour. Sedimentation rate is measured by recording the number of millimeters between the top of the sedimented red blood cells and the zero mark of the tube. With BIOSED ESR analyzer, the testing time is not 1 hour but 30 minutes.

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