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The CELL-DYN 3200 is Abbott’s newest, compact automated hematology analyzer designed for the general hematology lab. The instrument employs dual technologies upon request to provide the basis for a 5-Part WBC Differential. CELL-DYN’s patented Multi-Angle Polarized Scatter Separation (M.A.P.S.S.) technology provides the primary white blood cell count, all differential information, and a nuclear optical count that is used to provide additional information in the presence of fragile lymphocytes and hypotonically resistant red blood cells. The system also provides optical platelet and RBC analysis along with extended WBC and platelet linearity.
The CELL-DYN 3200 features an automatic start-up cycle designed to prime the flow system and check the background counts. The analyzer also automatically performs a shut-down cycle and places itself in standby mode. The CELL-DYN 3200 offers both open and closed sampling options on two instrument versions. The CELL-DYN 3200SL version includes the open mode and a fully integrated 50 position sample loader that can process approximately 70 samples per hour. The CELL-DYN 3200CS version offers single, closed tube sampling along with the open mode.
A high speed data management system offers patient report customization to include patient ID, 22 parameters, 6 limit sets, color cytograms, color histograms and a manual differential transcription grid.
The CELL-DYN??3200 is a multiparameter, automated
hematology analyzer designed for in vitro diagnostic use in
The CELL-DYN 3200 generates the following hematologic
measurements on EDTA anticoagulated whole blood:
WBC — White Blood Cell or leukocyte count
NEU — Neutrophil absolute count %N — Neutrophil percent
LYM — Lymphocyte absolute count %L — Lymphocyte
MONO — Monocyte absolute count %M — Monocyte percent
EOS — Eosinophil absolute count %E — Eosinophil percent
BASO — Basophil absolute count %B — Basophil percent
RBC — Red Blood Cell or erythrocyte count
HGB — Hemoglobin concentration
HCT — Hematocrit
MCV — Mean Cell Volume
MCH — Mean Cell Hemoglobin
MCHC — Mean Cell Hemoglobin Concentration
RDW — Red Cell Distribution Width
PLT — Platelet or thrombocyte count
MPV — Mean Platelet Volume
PDW*— Platelet Distribution Width
PCT* — Plateletcrit
* Clinical significance has not been established for these
parameters. Therefore, they are not reportable.
The CELL-DYN 3200 consists of three major modules, the
Analyzer, Data Module, and the Display Station. The Analyzer
and Data Module are housed in single chassis. The Display
Station is a standalone module. Figure 1.3 lists the major
subassemblies in each of the modules.
The Analyzer contains the hardware to aspirate, dilute, and
analyze each whole blood specimen.
The Data Module contains the components for analyzing,
storing, and reporting specimen results.
The Display Station module consists of a 15” color monitor
and pressure-sensitive keypad for selecting the displayed
commands that operate the system.
The Sample Loader attaches to the front of the CELL-DYN
3200SL Analyzer and is an integral part of the SL model. The
Sample Loader is discussed throughout this manual where
The aspiration volumes are:
Open Mode 120 µL ± 10%
Closed Mode (CS) 250 µL ± 10%
Sample Loader (SL) 250 µL ± 10%
Once the mode of aspiration is selected, the whole blood
sample is aspirated to the Shear Valve by vacuum/pressure
action. An ultrasonic sensor, located upstream of the Shear
Valve, checks the integrity of the sample stream before it
enters the Shear Valve. An LED sensor, located downstream of
the Shear Valve, checks the sample stream to ensure the proper
amount of blood has been transferred through the Shear