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B E YO N D A B E T T ER B OX

UF-5000 AUTOMATED URINALYSIS ANALYZER


QUICK GUIDE

UF-5000 INSTRUMENT OVERVIEW

Front Top Cover


Touch Panel Display

Front Bottom Cover

STAT (Manual) Tube Holder


Left Rack Pool

Right Rack Pool


CV-11 Power Switch
CV-11 Start-up Switch
UF-5000 Front View

Dye Cartridge Holder

Sample Filter

Pressure Adjust Knob

Sample Filter
Trap Chamber

Bellows Unit
UF-5000 Front View (Inside)

Instrument Status

STAT Analysis Sampler Analysis


Button
Button

Specimen Type

Analyzer Area with Error

Reagent Indicator

Error Message

Mode Switch and Analysis Start Switch


Mode Indicator LED

Rack Position
Indicator LED
Status Indicator LED

Alarm Reset Switch

CV-11 Sampler Control Panel

Status

Status Indicator LED

Analysis Mode
Indicator LED

Status

Green

Ready

Green

System analysis

Flashing Green

Operation in progress|

Flashing Green

Service mode

Starting up|Shutting down

Orange

Off-line analysis

Orange

Paused

Flashing Orange

Transitioning to

Flashing Orange

Transitioning to a paused state

Red

Error (without alarm)

Flashing Red

Error (with alarm)

Not lit

Powered OFF

off-line analysis

UF-5000 INSTRUMENT OVERVIEW


Instrument Status

Messages

Description

Green

[Sampler Ready]

Sampler analysis in Ready state|Auto Start ON

Flashing Green

[Sampler Processing]

Sampler analysis in progress

Orange

[Sampler Int. Ready]

Sampler analysis in Ready state|Auto Start OFF

[STAT Ready]

STAT analysis in Ready state

[Log Off]

Analyzer logging off

[Sampler Processing] with an error

Sampler analysis continues with allowable error

[Log Off] and [Start Up]

Analyzer logging off or starting up

[Start Up]

Analyzer starting up

[Sampler Stop]

Sampler analysis stopped

[STAT Preparing]

STAT analysis preparing

[STAT Processing]

STAT analysis processing

[Processing]

Maintenance operation in progress

[Shutdown]

Analyzer shutting down

Red

[Sampler Interrupt]

Sampler analysis stopped

Flashing Red

[Error]

Error

Flashing Orange

Reagent
Status

Indication
Touch to display 'Reagent' dialog box|
Displays reagent status
Reagent is low
Reagent is empty or expired

START-UP & QUALITY CONTROL


Start-up
1. Press the CV-11 Power swith then the CV-11 Start-up switch. This also powers on
the UF-5000.
2. Logon to the IPU.
a. Touch the name of the user to be logged on.
b. Type the password using the on-screen keyboard.
3. Touch [OK].

QUALITY CONTROL

CV-11 Power
Switch

CV-11
Start-up
Switch

Quality Control (QC) is the routine monitoring of the instrument and reagents using controls (samples) that are the
standards. Perform QC per the requirements of your regulatory agency.
Control material:
UF-CONTROL-L
UF-CONTROL-H
Handling of QC material:
Store at 2-8 degrees Celsius
Open vial stability is 30 days
Allow controls to warm to room temperature for 15 minutes and mix before analysis
Return to refrigerator immediately following analysis
Storage in the box should be considered to avoid direct exposure to sunlight

NOTE: If using control material other than stated above, refer the individual package insert for handling instructions.

Quality Control Processing


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Touch the [QC] icon on the Menu screen.


Touch the [Analysis] button on the toolbar.
Touch [Yes] to execute the QC analysis.
Touch the tab of the control that requires analysis.
Select the lot number and touch [Next]. The 'QC Analysis'
dialog box appears.
Mix the control according to the package insert.
Dispense 0.6 mL|13-18 drops of the control into a sample cup.
Push the [STAT] release button on the manual sample tube holder.
Set the sample cup in the black (closed-bottom) adapter No. 368.
Set the control into the STAT sample holder.
Sample cup
Push in the STAT sample tube holder until it locks.
Touch [Analysis Start] in the 'QC Analysis' dialog box.
Following analysis, press the [STAT] button to remove the control from the STAT sample holder.
Check the analysis results. Touch [Exit] to accept the results or [Repeat] to reanalyze.
Adapter
Return to step 4 to process another level of QC.
No. 368
Touch [Close] when finished.

UF-5000 QUALITY CONTROL


QC Result Review: L-J Charts
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From the Main Menu, touch [QC].


The 'QC Chart' screen appears.
Select the appropriate QC File tab: L for Low or H for High.
Select the appropriate Lot at the bottom of the screen.
a. Be sure to verify date/time above red line at the top of the screen and the lot number
at the bottom for the selected point.
b. 'Out of range' parameters name will be displayed by a blue 'x.'
c. To view all parameters, use the scroll bar on the right side of the screen.

QC File tabs

Lot selection

QC Result Review: Radar Charts


1. When in the L-J Chart screen, touch [Radar] to display the Radar Chart.
2. Radar charts are only available for the most current QC results.
3. The buttons at the bottom of the 'Radar' screen indicates the Lot number and date the
Lot was registered. The date of analysis can be seen in the top right corner.
4. Control Data shows in blue.
a. Any 'out of range' parameter will be backlit in red with an 'x.'
b. To exit, click the [Menu] icon in the upper left hand corner of the fixed toolbar or
the [QC Chart] button to the right to go back to the L-J chart screen.

SAMPLE PROCESSING
Sample Preparation
Minimum sample volume required:

2 mL per sample tube


0.6 mL (13-18 drops) per sample cup
Mix sample by inversion before placing in sample tube. Do NOT mix vigorously enough to produce foam.
Avoid grossly mucoid or bloody samples.

Auto Sampler Analysis Mode


1. Make sure the instrument is in the ready state for sampler analysis.
If the instrument is not in the ready state, wait until the instrument status
becomes 'Sampler Ready' or 'Sampler Int. Ready.'
2. Insert the sample tubes in the sample rack so the barcode is visible through
the slit in the sample rack.
3. Place the sample rack in the right rack pool of the conveyor. Sampler analysis
will start automatically when the rack is placed.
4. Additional racks may be added in the right rack pool during analysis.
5. A total of 10 racks may be inserted into the right rack pool or completed
in the left rack pool.
6. Analysis is completed when the rack is on the left sampler pool.

NOTE: The sampler can be interrupted to run STAT samples using manual mode.

Manual Analysis Mode - Urine Samples using STAT URI Mode (Tubes)
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Touch the [STAT URI] icon to switch to STAT/Manual mode.


A 'STAT Analysis' dialog box appears asking 'Start Stat analysis of urine sample?' Touch [Yes].
Enter a 'Sample No' with on-screen keyboard or by the manual barcode reader. Touch [OK].
If performing multiple STAT samples, place a check next to 'Start STAT analysis when the analysis finishes.'
Push the [STAT] release button on the manual sample tube holder. The STAT sample tube holder slides out.
Place the tube into the STAT/Manual tube holder with cap off.
Push in the STAT sample tube holder. Be sure to push in until the STAT sample tube holder is locked.
Touch [Start] in the 'STAT Analysis' dialog box.
After aspiration, press the release button so the sample can be removed.
Remove the sample from the STAT sample holder.
Push in the STAT sample tube holder.
If 'Start STAT analysis when the analysis finishes' is selected,
touch the sampler analysis button and touch [Yes] in the dialog box
that box
that appears. The instrument changes to the sampler
analysis
analysis ready state.

NOTE: A black (open-bottom) adapter is available for use with narrow


sample tubes.

UF-5000 SAMPLE PROCESSING & RESULTS


Manual Analysis Mode - Urine Samples using STAT URI Mode (Cups)
1. Touch the [STAT URI] icon to switch to STAT/Manual mode.
2. A 'STAT Analysis' dialog box appears asking 'Start Stat analysis of urine sample?'
Touch [Yes].
3. Enter a 'Sample No' with on-screen keyboard or by the manual barcode reader.
Touch [OK].
4. If performing multiple STAT samples, place a check next to '[Start STAT] analysis
when the analysis finishes.'
5. Push the [STAT] release button on the manual sample tube holder. The STAT
sample tube holder slides out.
6. Set the sample cup in the (closed bottom) adapter No. 368, then place both
into the STAT sample holder.
7. Push in the STAT sample tube holder. Be sure to push in until the STAT sample
tube holder is locked.
8. Touch [Start] in the 'STAT Analysis' dialog box.
9. After aspiration, press the release button so the sample can be removed.
10. Remove the sample from the STAT sample holder.
11. Push in the STAT sample tube holder.
12. If 'Start STAT analysis when the analysis finishes' is selected, touch the sampler
analysis button and touch [Yes] in the dialog box that appears. The instrument
changes to the sampler analysis ready state.

Sample cup
Adapter No. 368

CHECKING ANALYSIS RESULTS


Results List - View sample results
1. Touch the [Results List] icon on the toolbar or Main menu screen to bring up the 'Results Confirmation List' screen.
2. Navigation of the Results Confirmation screen can be made by toggling between [Patient]/[Sample No] and
[Sample Inf]/[Results].
3. Ensure the 'Urine' sample type tab at the bottom of the screen is selected.
4. The sample no. and parameter results are displayed for each sample run.

Last 10 filter
Displays the most recent 10 results.
1. Touch the [Results List] icon on the toolbar or Main menu screen to bring up the 'Results Confirmation List' screen.
2. Touch [Option] to either enable or disable the 'Last 10' filter.
Touch [Last 10] to enable the filter

Touch [No Display Settings] to disable the filter

CHECKING ANALYSIS RESULTS


NOTE: The functions below require [Last 10] to be disabled.

Results List - Find Results


Search criteria can be applied to locate analysis results.
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Touch the [Results List] icon on the toolbar or Main menu screen to bring up the 'Results Confirmation List' screen.
Touch [Find] on the toolbar to bring up a query box.
Select the desired search criteria, including Sample No, Patient Name, Exact Match or Partial Match.
Touch [NEXT] or [PREVIOUS] to search either below or above the current cursor location.
Analysis results matching the search criteria will be displayed.
Touch [Cancel] to close the dialog box.

Results List - Validate Results


If the analyzer is not set to auto-validate, results can be manually validated for output.
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Touch the [Results List] icon on the toolbar or Main menu screen to bring up the 'Results Confirmation List' screen.
Confirm sample information is displayed.
Select the result line to be validated.
To select multiple results, touch the [Multiple mode selection] button.
Touch [Validate] on the toolbar. Then press [Sample Info] button to the left.
A 'V' should show in the 'V' (validate) column of the screen for the result selected.
If the results were already validated, the 'V' is removed from the column and validation is cancelled. Toggle the
[Validate] button again to validate.
8. Touch the [Results] button to return to the results list screen.

Results List - Output Results


If the analyzer is not set to auto-output, results can be output to graphic
printer or to Host|LIS.
1. Touch the [Results List] icon on the toolbar or Main menu screen to bring
up the 'Results Confirmation List' screen.
2. Select the result line to be output.
3. To select multiple results, touch the [Multiple mode selection] button.
4. Touch [Out] then select destination.

Multiple mode
selection button

Results List - Modify


Modify sample number for results in the event of barcode read error or LIS downtime.
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Touch the [Results List] icon on the toolbar or Main menu screen to bring up the 'Results Confirmation List' screen.
Confirm sample information is displayed.
Select the result line to be modified.
Touch [Validate] to un-validate the results.
Touch [Modify] and the 'Modify Sample No.' dialog box appears.
Enter the sample number, either manually or with the hand-held barcode reader.
Touch [Modify] then Touch [Validate] on the toolbar.

UF-5000 RESULTS & MAINTENANCE


Details - View additonal results
Check analysis details on an individual result
1. Touch the [Results List] icon on the toolbar or Main menu screen to bring up the 'Results Confirmation List' screen.
2. Select the result line to be reviewed.
3. Touch the [Details] icon.
4. The 'Analysis' Tab contains results, additional flagging information and review comments.
Touch the [Review Comment] area if multiple comments exist.
Check the details.
Touch [Close].

MAINTENANCE
Reagent Replacement: Dye Cartridge
The 'ErrorHelp' dialog box will appear when the system detects an empty/expired reagent container.
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Touch the [Reset Alarm] button to silence the alarm.


Read the error message to determine which reagent is empty|expired and then touch [Reagent Replace].
Lift up the top front cover of the analyzer.
Remove the old dye cartridge from its holder by lifting the handle straight up, and discard.
Install the new dye cartridge into the holder, making sure the color matches.
a. The analyzer will beep as the information is automatically registered by the Radio Frequency Identification
(RFID) chip.
b. Close the holder door, then close the top front cover of the analyzer.
c. Reagent replacement will begin automatically; when complete, the reagent registration dialog box updates.
6. Touch [Close].

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MAINTENANCE
Reagent Replacement: UF-CELLSHEATH|UF-CELLPACK
The 'ErrorHelp' dialog box will appear when the system detects an empty/expired reagent container.
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Touch the [Reset Alarm] button to silence the alarm.


Read the error message to determine which reagent is empty|expired and then touch [Reagent Replace].
In the Reagent dialog box, touch the reagent box that indicates needing replacement.
Place a check in 'Replace the reagent' and be sure the cursor is displayed in the 'Reagent Code' box.
Using the hand-held reader, scan the 'Reagent Code' on the new reagent container.
Touch [Register] on the Reagent dialog box.
The reagent box will indicate 'Received' when registration is complete.
Open the cap on the new container. When switching reagents, be sure
to avoid contamination of the tubing.
Remove the cap from the expired|empty container and carefully remove
the spout, avoiding contamination.
Insert the spout straight into the new container.
Tighten the cap on the new container, and move new container into
position.
Touch [Replace] to prime the new reagent. A 'Replacing Reagent' dialog box is displayed showing a replacement
timeline.
If multiple reagents require changing, return to Step 3.
When the process is complete, the 'Reagent' box returns. Touch [Close].

Reagent Dialog Box - No Error Message


NOTE: The Reagent dialog box can be accessed without an error message, in case of reagent troubleshooting before it
is empty|expired.
1. To display the 'Reagent' dialog box, touch the [Reagent Replacement] icon on the
Main Menu screen - OR 2. Touch the [Reagent] button on the lower left hand side of the control menu at the
bottom of the screen.
3. Follow steps 3-14 above to replace the reagent.

Reagent button

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UF-5000 MAINTENANCE
Shutdown
Perform Shutdown daily.
1. Make sure the analyzer is in the green 'Sampler Ready' state.
2. On the Main Menu screen, touch the [Shutdown] icon.
3. A 'Shutdown' dialog box is displayed asking 'Are you sure to shutdown?'
4. Touch [Yes].
5. Another 'Shutting Down' dialog box will appear stating 'Shutting down the system.Please wait.'
6. Shutdown takes approximately 10 minutes to complete. A timeline is displayed with a countdown indicator.
7. Once Shutdown completes, the analyzer automatically powers off.

Note: CV-11 will alarm when analysis powers off. Press [Alarm Reset] to silence. Conveyor status will be red.
8. Power off the CV-11 sampler using the main power switch on the front of the sampler.
9. If continuing processing, wait 1 minute then follow the steps for 'Start-up' on page 5.

Trap Chamber Check


Perform Trap Chamber Check daily.
1. Open the upper and lower front covers of the analyzer, by lifting the upper
cover and pushing the buttons to release the lower cover.
2. Check to see if any fluid has accumulated in the Trap Chamber.
3. If NO, close the covers.
4. If YES, follow the procedure below.
a. Shutdown the analyzer.
b. Turn the trap chamber in the direction of the arrow to remove it,
and dispose of the fluid collected in the chamber.
c. Reinstall the float, pointed side up, and the o-ring.
d. Install the trap chamber by turning it in the direction opposite to that of step 4b.
e. Close the upper and lower front covers.
f. Follow the steps for 'Start-up' on page 5.

Release
button for
lower cover

NOTE: If fluid continues to accumulate, contact Sysmex Technical Assistance Center for assistance.

Replenish Rinse Water


Check the Rinse Water container every day before start-up.
1. Remove the cap from the rinse water container and pull the dispensing set straight up.
2. Discard the rinse water in the container.
3. Fill the container with Rinse Water then place the dispensing set and cap back in place.

Clean Rinse Water Container


Empty and clean the Rinse Water container weekly or as-needed.
1. Remove the cap from the rinse water container and pull the dispensing set straight up.
2. Discard the rinse water in the container.
3. Use tap water to wash the inside of the container and the dispensing set, and then rinse them with DI water.
4. Fill the container with DI water then place the dispensing set and cap back in place.

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TROUBLESHOOTING
Empty Waste Container
Empty the waste container daily, if not using a waste drain.

Note: Dispose of the waste in accordance with local established policies and procedures.

TROUBLESHOOTING
Troubleshooting: Error Messages
When an error occurs, an alarm sounds and the 'ErrorHelp' dialog box is displayed. If an error occurs while a dialog box
is displayed, the error message will appear on the control menu at the bottom of the screen.
1. Touch [Reset Alarm] to stop the alarm that sounds when an error occurs.
2. Touch the error message on the control toolbar if the 'ErrorHelp' dialog box is not displayed. Touch the
[Maintenance] icon in the Menu screen.
3. A list of current errors and the time they occurred is displayed in the 'Error Message List' area of the box. If multiple
errors exist, the errors will be listed in order of priority, with the highest at the top.
4. The details and remedial actions for the error selected are displayed in the 'Action Message' area.
5. Different buttons will appear depending on the type of error and the recovery actions needed. Some of the most
common buttons are listed below:
[Err Recovery] touch to clear error
[Rinse] touch to display the rinse/cleaning dialog box
[Shutdown] touch to display the shutdown dialog box
[Reagent] touch to display the reagent replacement dialog box
[Recover] - touch to start the error recovery process
[Close] - touch to close the dialog box
6. For a complete list of errors and more details, refer to the UF-5000
Troubleshooting Manual.

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UF-5000 TROUBLESHOOTING
Rinsing or Replacing Sample Filter
If the sample filter becomes clogged or dirty due to the accumulation of large amounts of debris after running
samples with high cellular or mucus content, various error messages may appear even though there is sufficient
sample in the tube. One of the suggested actions in the error message may be to rinse or replace the sample filter.
For a list of errors, refer to the UF-5000 Troubleshooting Manual.
1. Visually check the sample tube that caused the error to confirm adequate sample volume. Remove that sample from
the rack, and touch [Error Recovery].
2. Wait until the analyzer is in the Ready state. The following instrument status message(s) will display: 'Sampler
Ready,' 'Sampler Int. Ready' or 'STAT Ready.' Remove all sample racks from the CV-11.
3. Touch the [Maintenance] icon on the Main Menu screen.
4. Next, touch the [Sample filter] icon and a 'Rinse or replace Sample Filter' dialog box appears.
5. Touch [Execute]. The sample filter area begins to move forward into easy access for the operator.
6. Once the filter is in this position, the analyzer will automatically shut down.

Note: CV-11 will alarm when analysis powers off. Press [Alarm Reset] to silence. Conveyor status will be red.
7. Power off the CV-11 sampler using the main power switch on the front of the sampler. Wait 1 minute for pressures to
adjust.
8. Open the upper and lower front covers.
9. Remove the sample filter case from the clip holding it in the instrument.

Filter
10. Unscrew the bottom then the top tube adapter, taking care not to dislodge the tubing
connected to each.
11. Using Laboratory DI water in a squeeze bottle or syringe, rinse the interior of
the filter to dislodge any debris or clogs. Wipe the outer casing dry with a lint-free cloth.
12. Return the sample filter case to its original position in the analyzer by reattaching it to the tube adapters, making
sure the black o-ring is at the top. Reattach the top tube adapter first, then the bottom. Close the front covers.
13. Snap the filter back into the clip, verify tubing is secure and close the front bottom cover.
14. Press the CV-11 Start-up switch and log back on to the instrument when the 'Logon' dialog box appears.
15. Perform QC to verify accuracy of aspiration, absence of leaks and general system performance.
16. If there is an issue with QC results or analyzer function, return to step 2 to repeat the procedure, checking
placement of filter and tube adaptor placement.
17. If error persists, repeat the procedure and REPLACE the filter instead of rinsing it.
18. If difficulties persist, contact your Sysmex Technical Assistance Center for assistance.
19. Once complete, place racks still needing to be processed back on the CV-11.

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SCATTERGRAMS
SCAT TERGR AM PAT TERNS

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UF-5000 RESULTS INTERPRETATION


NOTATIONS FOR ABNORMAL DATA

Data masks

Notation

Meaning

Description

[----]

Analysis impossible

Indicates that a result was not obtained due to an


analysis error or other problem.

[ ++++ ]

Out of range

Indicates that the data cannot be displayed because


the value exceeds the display limit.

Marks*

Notation

Meaning

Description

[*]

Low reliability

Indicates that the reliability of the data is low.

[+]

Exceeds upper limit

Indicates that the value is higher than the reference


interval.

[-]

Exceeds lower limit

Indicates that the value is less than the reference


interval.

* Only one mark can be appended per data value. If multiple abnormalities apply to an analysis result, whichever abnormality
has the highest priority is noted. Priorities are assigned to the marks in the order they appear in the table above.

NOTE: For more information, refer to the UF-5000 Instructions For Use manual.

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ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
REVIEW COMMENTS

No.

REVIEW Comment

Description

[1]-[7]

* Comments entered by the user

A REVIEW has been determined by the REVIEW limit setting.

[8]

[Universal]

A REVIEW has been determined by universal setting.

[B]

[DEBRIS High]

An abnormally high value for DEBRIS occurred in the BAC ch.

[E]

[RBC/YLC Abn. Cls.]

Abnormal RBC/YLC differentiation has occurred.

[G]

[Abn. Urine Conductivity]

An error has occurred in conductivity.

[H]

[_Carryover?]
RBC

As the previously analyzed sample was high in concentration,


it is suspected that particles remain.

WBC

B E YO N D A B E T T ER B OX

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SPERM
and technologies, process
optimization and BeyondCareSM harmonized support.

* On the [Details] screen, REVIEW comments are displayed as a text message in the [REVIEW Comment] column in order of the
REVIEW comment no.

NOTE: For more information, refer to the UF-5000 Instructions For Use manual.

Sysmex America, Inc.


577 Aptakisic Road
Lincolnshire, IL 60069, U.S.A.
Tel. +1 (800) 379-7639
www.sysmex.com/us

Sysmex Canada, Inc.


5700 Explorer Drive
Suite 200,
Mississauga, ON L4W0C6
Canada
Tel. +1 (905) 366-7900
www.sysmex.ca

Program availability varies by location. Programs and specification subject to change without notice.

Sysmex Latin America and


the Caribbean
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UF-5000 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION


Reagents

Reagent

Open Stability

Volume/Package

Storage Temp

UF-CELLSHEATH

60 days

20 Liter Cube

2 ~ 35C

UF-CELLPACK CR

90 days

2.1 Liter (box of 2)

2 ~ 35C

UF-CELLPACK SF

90 days

2.1 Liter (box of 2)

2 ~ 35C

UF-Fluorocell CR

60 days

29 mL cartridge (box of 2)

2 ~ 35C

UF-Fluorocell SF

60 days

29 mL cartridge (box of 2)

2 ~ 35C

Controls

Control

Open Stability

Volume/Package

Storage Temp

UF-CONTROL-L

30 days

30 mL bottle

2 ~ 8C

UF-CONTROL-H

30 days

30 mL bottle

2 ~ 8C

Samples

Sample Type

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Aspirated Sample Volume

Required Sample Volume

Urine Auto Sampler Analysis

0.45 L

2.0 mL

Urine Manual 'STAT' Analysis

0.45 L

0.6 mL

NOTES

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B E YO N D A B E T T ER B OX
Sysmex delivers a comprehensive and intuitive ecosystem that improves performance with next generation diagnostics, advanced tools
and technologies, process optimization and BeyondCareSM harmonized support.

Sysmex America, Inc.


577 Aptakisic Road
Lincolnshire, IL 60069, U.S.A.
Tel. +1 (800) 379-7639
www.sysmex.com/us

Sysmex Canada, Inc.


5700 Explorer Drive
Suite 200,
Mississauga, ON L4W0C6
Canada
Tel. +1 (905) 366-7900
www.sysmex.ca

Program availability varies by location. Programs and specification subject to change without notice.

Sysmex Latin America and


the Caribbean
Rua Joaquim Nabuco 615 Bairro Cidade Jardim
So Jos dos Pinhais
Paran Brasil CEP 83040-210
Tel. +55 (41) 2104-1314
www.sysmex.com.br

2016 Sysmex America, Inc.


Document Number 1261-CFL Rev. 1, 09/2016