Radiometer ABL 50 (11126)

Specialty: General Chemistry


Welcome to the PulseAid listing for the Radiometer ABL 50 medical device. This device is used in the General Chemistry healthcare specialty. Below, you can view the analytes this device is used to test, and its corresponding complexity (HIGH, MODERATE, or CLIA WAIVED). We have also randomly listed additional medical devices used in the General Chemistry healthcare specialty at the bottom of the page.

Analytes Measured/Detected and Complexity:

ANALYTECOMPLEXITY
Blood gases (CDC000224 | CDC000224) MODERATE
Effective Date: 1993-07-26
PCO2 (CDC000224 | CDC000224) MODERATE
Effective Date: 1993-07-26
pH (CDC000224 | CDC000224) MODERATE
Effective Date: 1993-07-26
PO2 (CDC000224 | CDC000224) MODERATE
Effective Date: 1993-07-26

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Blood gases | PCO2 | pH | PO2 |
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