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Portable POCT Immunofluorescence Analyzer Makes Testing Smarter, Faster and More Efficient

By HospiMedica International staff writers
Posted on 12 May 2023
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Image: The new FIA GO time-resolved immunofluorescence analyzer (Photo courtesy of Goldsite)
Image: The new FIA GO time-resolved immunofluorescence analyzer (Photo courtesy of Goldsite)

With existing POCT dry fluorescence methods it can be difficult to meet the accurate and sensitive detection requirements for clinical samples. The new time-resolved fluorescence immunoassay (TRFIA) technology uses time-resolved techniques to measure fluorescence, combines long decay lifetime markers with time-resolved fluorescence, effectively eliminating non-specific fluorescence interference and greatly improving analytical sensitivity. Now, a new time-resolved immunofluorescence analyzer uses TRFIA technology to quantitatively measure the concentration of analytes in blood or other samples at the POC.

The FIA Go from Goldsite Diagnostics Inc. (Shenzhen, China) is a compact fluorescent immunoassay analyzer designed for POCT settings. The rapid, quantitative instrument is based on TRFIA technology for high precision and low interference. The high-performance portable analyzer with a wide-ranging parameter menu provides professionals with high-quality medical information and user-friendly handling.

Featuring easy operation and an Android operating system, the FIA Go analyzer supports multiple tests, including Vitamin D, Ferritin, Folic acid, hormones, thyroid panels, etc. With its one-step operation, the FIA Go analyzer provides fast and accurate results in minutes at the POC, making it suitable for delivering timely primary care at the physician's office. Other flexible application scenarios include clinical laboratories, clinical departments, emergency outpatient clinics, and ambulances.

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