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Wondfo Exhibits Newly-Launched Time-Resolved Fluorescence Immunoassay Analyzers

By HospiMedica International staff writers
Posted on 15 Aug 2023
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Image: The FDA-cleared POC fentanyl urine detection test runs on the RYAN immunofluorescence analyzer (Photo courtesy of Carolina Liquid Chemistries)
Image: The FDA-cleared POC fentanyl urine detection test runs on the RYAN immunofluorescence analyzer (Photo courtesy of Carolina Liquid Chemistries)

Wondfo (Guangzhou, China) is providing a glimpse of its several newly-launched products alongside its flagship products at AACC 2023.

Wondfo's flagship products being highlighted at the show include the Finecare FIA Meters (FS-114/FS-205), Accre CLIA Analyzer (A90), and Blood Gas Analyzer (BGA-102). The Finecare FIA Meter Ⅱ Plus SE (FS-114) is intended for use by healthcare professionals to improve diagnosis and monitoring of various conditions, including COVID-19, diabetes, renal injury, cardiovascular disease, pregnancy, inflammation, tumor, etc. The Finecare FIA Meter III Plus (FS-205) is a fluorescence immunochromatographic semi-automatic analyzing system with internal temperature control. It can test 20 items at the same time and help diagnose conditions such as infection, diabetes, cardiovascular diseases, renal injury, hormone, etc.

Accre 90 is a compact automatic bench-top chemiluminescence immunoassay (CLIA) analyzer. With a single-dose reagent cartridge, it allows 600 days MTBF, requiring no extra consumables. It offers both simple operation, and a reliable calibration & quality control system. Wondfo's Blood Gas Analyzer (BGA-102) is used with its blood gas test cartridge (electrochemistry) to measure a patient's pH balance, pCO2, pO2, Na+, K+, Ca2+, Cl–, Hct, Lac, and Glu. Among its newly-launched products highlighted at AACC 2023 were the new FS-1000 and FS-2000 fluorescence immunoassay analyzers which offer improved specificity, sensitivity, repeatability, stability, and faster results in 3-8 minutes.

At the Wondfo AACC 2023 booth, Carolina Liquid Chemistries, Corp. (CLC, Greensboro, NC, USA) is showcasing the RYAN, the "next generation" of fentanyl testing. RYAN is a portable fluorescence instrument that can be used in a laboratory or point-of-care setting with the Fentanyl Urine Detection Kit which is the first ever FDA-cleared and CLIA-categorized point-of-care fentanyl test. This fluorescence immunoassay is intended for the qualitative detection of fentanyl in human urine at a cutoff concentration of 1.0 ng/mL.

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