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Electrodes, Blood Gas, Oxygen

Definition : Electrodes used in the chemical analysis of the blood for the concentration of oxygen. The electrode usually consists of a platinum wire or dropping mercury; oxygen concentration in blood samples is measured by polarography.

UMDC code : 11433

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Microelectrodes Inc

Company Type: Parent

In 1970, Normand C. Hebert, Ph.D. established Microelectrodes Inc., a small family run company which has enjoyed a long history of research, development and the manufacturing of microelectrodes. Dr. Hebert's first experience with glass-working and micro-chemistry was to design and construct a high vacuum system with Professor H. C. Brown at Purdue University.

Nova Biomedical Corp

Company Type: Parent

Nova manufactures hand-held, whole blood POC meters, and blood gas/critical care analyzers. StatStrip Glucose measures glucose in 6 sec using 1.2µL of blood and corrects for Hct, Maltose, and other interferences. StatStrip Lactate provides a lab-like result in 13 sec on 0.7µL of whole blood. Stat Profile pHOx analyzers measure up to 20 tests from 150µL of whole blood in 2 minutes. Tests include pH, PCO2, PO2, SO2%, Na, K, Cl, iCa, iMg, Hb, Hct, Glu, Lac, Creat, BUN, bilirubin, and co-ox

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