Operating a powerful laboratory is first and foremost about planning. Every day, laboratory staff face the challenge of identifying and evaluating suspicious or abnormal results and initiating further diagnostic measures. What used to be characterised by many manual work steps can now be fully automated. Modularity and scalability of the systems make it possible to set up the right analysis system adapted to the throughput at any location.
Today, it is also possible to network different locations with each other, in order to secure a smooth data exchange. The quality of the blood count measurements and the reliability of the automated cell count determination are convincing in every respect. The fact that the management of quality control and remote maintenance of the analysis systems has become a matter of course adds value to the daily workflow literally. Laboratory staff not only have more time for something else, but also more time for quality improvement and better service to clinicians, providing them with answers and not just results.
A pluripotent stem cell can develop into all types of blood cells and goes through several steps to become a red blood cell, platelet, or white blood cell. Haematopoietic stem cells, unlike embryonic stem cells, can be collected from the peripheral blood by apheresis after mobilisation.
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