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New technology in Complete Blood Count (CBC)

How to count Blood Cells?

As an example of red blood cells (RBC), blood cells go through an aperture and the detected pulse based on the cell size at each blood cell is detected.

How to count Blood Cells?


Major three causes of inaccurate results in conventional blood cell counting

1) A cell may not pass through the center of the aperture hole

Enlarged view of aperture
 

2) After passing through the aperture, some of cells may come close to the aperture hole again due to the natural liquid flow.

Enlarged view of aperture

3) Several blood cells may come into the aperture hole at the same time

Enlarged view of aperture


DynaHelix Flow overcomes difficulties with a unique technologies integrated with Sheath Flow and Swirling Flow.

Sheath Flow

Sheath Flow makes a stable liquid flow to guide blood cells into the aperture hole.
It makes blood cells line up in a row and pass through the center of the aperture hole one by one.

Enlarged view of apature Sheath flow

Swirling Flow

Swirling flow is made by an unique part in the measurement chamber.
It prevents blood cells from returning to the aperture hole again as much as possible.

Enlarged view of apature Sheath flow and Swirl flow


DynaHelix Flow Lessen Pulse Noise in CBC measurement through DynaHelix Flow

DynaHelix Flow can dramatically improve the detected pulse for better results.

Detected Pulse in DynaHelix Flow in CBC measurement
Detected Pulse in DynaHelix Flow in CBC measurement

Detected Pulse from Conventional CBC measurement
Detected Pulse in DynaHelix Flow in CBC measurement

 

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