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The immature platelet fraction (IPF) - The first to know about megakaryocyte activity
Megakaryocytes pinch off reticulated platelets which develop into mature platelets within one or two days. An indication for the rate of thrombopoiesis is the amount of reticulated platelets found in peripheral blood. It is now possible to investigate the utility of the immature platelet fraction with a routine haematology analyser.
The immature platelet fraction (IPF) in neonates
Thrombocytopenia occurs in 30% of all neonates admitted to intensive care. Young, immature platelets containing RNA, measured as “immature platelet fraction” (IPF) on Sysmex analyzers, can help to assess platelet production. Thus, they allow conclusions on both the etiology and the likely course of thrombocytopenia in neonates.
The importance of thrombocytopenia and its causes
Thrombocytopenia is a disorder in which there is an abnormally low amount of platelets. It can be life threatening and its detection and precise count is extremely important. The immature platelet fraction (IPF parameter) measures young, reticulated platelets in peripheral Blood, revealing if the bone marrow is producing or not.
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Usefulness of neut-x determination in routine diagnostic procedures: application to myelodysplastic syndromes
Myelodysplastic syndromes (MDS) often go unnoticed when only a complete blood count is performed on the patient. Sysmex X-Class analysers can measure the granularity of leukocytes which is often reduced in MDS. NEUT-X, the measure of neutrophil granularity, is an excellent tool to filter samples suspected of MDS in anaemic patients.
XE-5000 Case Manager - combining laboratory information with clinical knowledge
In daily clinical practice, the treating physician is flooded by the vast amount of available lab parameters and data from which the results relevant to each particular medical case need to be selected. The XE-5000 Case Manager embodies a new concept in diagnostics – one that combines proven Sysmex fluorescence flow cytometry with case-related clinical data.
XS-Series - Ideal for paediatric blood analysis
The XS-1000i and the XS-800i, suitable for minimal sample throughput, are part of the X-Class, whose outstanding feature is the unique system of fluorescence flow cytometry for white blood cell (WBC) differentiation. We would like to present the experience gained with XS-series with a focus on paediatric blood analyses.
XS-Series - Sysmex 5-part differential haematology analyser with fluorescence technology for small workloads
Specially tailored to the requirements of small laboratories with low sample volumes or as backup systems, the XS-1000i and XS-800i are offering proven technology and handling of the X-Class coupled with innovative changes.
XS-Series – Outstanding X-Class technology
Sysmex XS-series haematology analysers are tailored specifically to the requirements of small laboratories with low sample volumes, or as backup systems where users do not wish to compromise in terms of result quality. This is especially relevant in today’s demanding haematology environment.
XT 4000i Pushing limits in routine lab haematology
The XT-4000i provides a worthy alternative for a variety of laboratories that have set high standards for haematological diagnostics. The concept of the XT-4000i surpasses expectations for routine labor-atory use – besides the differential blood count in proven X-Class quality, the XT-4000i also offers further analytical possibilities in terms of both the sample material and the analytical parameters.