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Piccolo Xpress ™ Offline Demonstration

Piccolo Xpress ™ Offline Demonstration

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  1. Piccolo Xpress™ Offline Demonstration Piccolo Reagent Disc Piccolo Instrument Benefits for Healthcare Practitioners

  2. Here is the Piccolo family of reagent discs. There are 13 in total, 11 of which are fully CLIA waived Click on the front package (the red one) for a closer look. This menu represents over 97% of all requested chemistries.

  3. They are shipped and stored refrigerated and can be used directly from the refrigerator. All Piccolo Reagent Discs are individually packaged and sealed in foil pouches. Click on the arrow to tear open the pouch and reveal the reagent disc.

  4. The Piccolo technology was originally developed for use in the Space Shuttle. Each self-contained reagent disc is single use. One patient, one disc. The outer ring has a barcode that contains calibration, lot, expiration and disc type. Inside the barcode ring are the cuvettes that hold the reagent and QC beads. In the center is a foil cup that contains the sample diluent. Centrifugal action mixes the diluted sample and hydrates the reagent beads.

  5. View Analyte Menu View Sample Entry View Piccolo Instrument Replay Disc Technology Go back to the beginning The discs are small and easy to use.

  6. View Sample Entry Replay Disc Technology Go back to the beginning View Piccolo Instrument View Practice Impact Piccolo Reagent Disc - Analyte Menu

  7. Only 100 microliters of sample is required.

  8. View Sample Entry Again Analyze a Sample View Detailed Disc Fluidics View Piccolo Instrument Discs can use whole blood, serum or plasma.

  9. In the first phase of the run, the sample and diluent are measured.

  10. In the first phase of the run, the sample and diluent are measured.

  11. In the first phase of the run, the sample and diluent are measured.

  12. In the first phase of the run, the sample and diluent are measured.

  13. In the first phase of the run, the sample and diluent are measured.

  14. In the first phase of the run, the sample and diluent are measured.

  15. The sample fills the overflow cuvette, indicating enough is present.

  16. The sample fills the overflow cuvette, indicating enough is present.

  17. The sample fills the overflow cuvette, indicating enough is present.

  18. The sample fills the overflow cuvette, indicating enough is present.

  19. Continue with Fluidics Replay First Phase The sample fills the overflow cuvette, indicating enough is present.

  20. The diluent is measured and then flows into the iQC cuvettes.

  21. The diluent is measured and then flows into the iQC cuvettes.

  22. The diluent is measured and then flows into the iQC cuvettes.

  23. The diluent is measured and then flows into the iQC cuvettes.

  24. The diluent is measured and then flows into the iQC cuvettes.

  25. The sample is then spun down and the plasma is separated.

  26. The sample is then spun down and the plasma is separated.

  27. The sample is then spun down and the plasma is separated.

  28. The sample is then spun down and the plasma is separated.

  29. Continue with Fluidics Replay Second Phase The sample is then spun down and the plasma is separated.

  30. Capillary action pushes the sample and diluent into the mixing chamber.

  31. Capillary action pushes the sample and diluent into the mixing chamber.

  32. Capillary action pushes the sample and diluent into the mixing chamber.

  33. Capillary action pushes the sample and diluent into the mixing chamber.

  34. Capillary action pushes the sample and diluent into the mixing chamber.

  35. Capillary action pushes the sample and diluent into the mixing chamber.

  36. Capillary action pushes the sample and diluent into the mixing chamber.

  37. Capillary action pushes the sample and diluent into the mixing chamber.

  38. Capillary action pushes the sample and diluent into the mixing chamber.

  39. Capillary action pushes the sample and diluent into the mixing chamber.

  40. Capillary action pushes the sample and diluent into the mixing chamber.

  41. The disc is then oscillated to mix the sample and diluent.

  42. The disc is then oscillated to mix the sample and diluent.

  43. The disc is then oscillated to mix the sample and diluent.

  44. The disc is then oscillated to mix the sample and diluent.

  45. The disc is then oscillated to mix the sample and diluent.

  46. The disc is then oscillated to mix the sample and diluent.

  47. The disc is then oscillated to mix the sample and diluent.