Hemoglobin A1c

Standardized for diagnosing and monitoring diabetes, the ARCHITECT fully-automated whole-blood glycated hemoglobin (HbA1c) assay gives your laboratory elevated confidence in results, increased efficiency, and minimized tech hands-on time. 

 

Inconvenient Testing Methods for Patients

 

Identifying at risk patients 

 

Lack of early diagnosis & avoiding misdiagnosis



 

Diagnosing Diabetes Early and Accurately 

Diabetes has been called the 21st century’s major public health concern and represents a serious global epidemic.

The ARCHITECT Clinical Chemistry HbA1c assay is designed to have diagnostics and monitoring claims for diabetes mellitus on ARCHITECT c4000 and ARCHITECT c8000. The assay does not have significant interference from the common hemoglobin variants and is a fully automated whole blood application with no manual pretreatment steps.

Six Sigma quality ensures less than 4 defective results per million tests, which may allow fewer quality controls. 

Improved patient management process, enhanced confidence in patient results, and improved laboratory workflow efficiencies all make the ARCHITECT Clinical Chemistry HbA1c a high-quality diagnostic tool in diabetes diagnosis and management.  

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