Streck's extensive range of haematology controls are available for most brands of hematology analysers and come in multiple levels to test accuracy and sensitivity.
Cell-Chex is a body fluid procedural control for red blood cell (RBC) and white blood cell (WBC) counts, crystal identification, and white blood cell differentiation.
The first automated body fluid cell count control designed to provide confidence that instrument counts are accurate.
A range of assayed linearity control kits that can be used to verify calibration and patient reportable range of 3-part and 5-part haematology instruments.
A five-part whole blood differential control for the Abbott CELL-DYN 3000, 3200, 3500 and 3700.
A three-part differential control with distinct populations of lymphocytes, mononuclear cells and granulocytes, but with extended stability suitable for the small laboratory.
HbA1c is an important marker in the management of diabetes. These whole intact red blood cell A1c controls test the entire HbA1c procedure, including the lysing of the red blood cell — a step omitted with other controls.
MDx-Chex™ for BCID2 is a first-of-its-kind quality control designed to meet the standards for verifying the performance of sample-to-result molecular tests for sepsis.