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Blood analysis system Epoc

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The epoc system is a handheld, wireless solution to enable comprehensive blood analysis testing at the patient’s side on a single room temperature test card, with results in less than a minute.


Is a Portable Blood Analyzer comprised of 3 components:
• epoc Reader
• epoc Host mobile computer
• epoc Test Card

The epoc Reader
o Is a Battery powered portable device
o Has an internal barcode scanner
o Has card slot for accepting test card
o Reads epoc test cards during blood test
o Has status indicators to inform user of test progress
o Measures electrical signals from test card sensors
o Transmits test results wirelessly via Bluetooth to the epoc Host

The epoc Host
o Is a Dedicated use mobile computer with epoc Host software application installed
o Communicates wirelessly via Bluetooth with epoc Reader
o Calculates analytical values from sensor data sent by epoc Reader
o Displays test results

The epoc Test Card
o Is a single-use device with port for blood sample introduction
o Contains array of sensors on a Sensor Module
o Contains calibration fluid within sealed reservoir
o Generates electrical signals proportional to analyte concentrations in sample
o Uses Barcode to identify Card Type, “Use By” Date, Serial and Lot Number

Test card

A Test Card is comprised of an array of sensors on a sensor module mounted in a credit-card sized fluidic housing with a sample entry port, and a sealed calibrator fluid reservoir.

Test Card parameters:

Measured Parameters: pH, pCO2, pO2, Sodium Na+, Potassium K+, Ionized Calcium Ca++, Chloride Cl-, Total Carbon Dioxide TCO2, Glucose Glu, Lactate Lac, Blood Urea Nitrogen (BUN), Urea, Creatinine Crea, Hematocrit Hct.

Calculated Parameters: Bicarbonate cHCO3-, Calculated Total Carbon Dioxide cTCO2, Base excess BE, Oxygen saturation cSO2, Alveolar Oxygen A, Arterial Alveolar Oxygen Tension Gradient A-a, Arterial Alveolar Oxygen Tension Ratio a/A, Anion Gap AGap, AGapK, Estimated Glomerular Filtration