Alere Triage Total 5 Control Level 1

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    US Nationwide Distribution
  • Description du dispositif
    Alere Triage Total 5 Control Level 1, Model No. 88753 || Description of the product: The Triage Total Controls 5 are quality control materials that are used to assist the laboratory in monitoring test performance throughout the measurable range. They are not calibrators and are not used to calibrate the Triage tests. The results of quality control testing do not impact direct patient care and should not influence clinical decision making process the physician uses to make clinical diagnosis for the patient. Indications for || Use: The Alere Triage Total 5 Controls are assayed materials to be used with the Alere Triage Cardiac Panel, Alere Triage CardioProfiler Panel, Alere Triage Profiler SOB Panel, Alere Triage BNP Test, Alere Triage D-Dimer Test, and Alere Triage Meters to assist the laboratory in monitoring test performance.
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  • Adresse du fabricant
    Alere San Diego, Inc., 9975 Summers Ridge Rd, San Diego CA 92121-2997
  • Société-mère du fabricant (2017)
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