OPTI® CCA-TS2 Blood Gas and Electrolyte Analyser
- Provides fast accurate results for blood gases, acid-base balance, electrolytes, ionized calcium, glucose, BUN and lactate.
- Runs samples of whole blood, plasma and serum on single-use disposable cassettes.
- Uses innovative optical technology.
- Requires minimal maintenance.
Innovative, economical and comprehensive
Innovative optical technology
The OPTI® CCA-TS2 Blood Gas and Electrolyte Analyzer uses OPTI Medical’s optical fluorescence technology. This unique, patented technology does not use electrodes or contact points, which eliminates the need for costly electrode maintenance.
Significant cost savings
The OPTI CCA-TS2 analyzer provides lab-quality results with zero standby cost. The single-use consumable is only used during a measurement and safely locks waste inside.
Wide operating temperature
The OPTI CCA-TS2 analyzer has a measuring chamber heated to 37°C (98.6°F). This allows for a wide operating temperature range to meet the needs of colder environments, such as the operating room.
Comprehensive test menu
To help meet exact testing needs, the OPTI CCA-TS2 analyzer has a variety of cassette configurations available. Each cassette comes individually wrapped, in cartons of 25, reducing the potential for consumable waste.
The OPTI CCA-TS2 single-use patient cassette includes these features:
- Calibration of cassette before sampling—eliminates losing sample if cassette calibration fails
- Long cassette shelf life—6–12 months from the date of manufacture
- Easy and safe maintenance
- Safe disposal—waste is locked in the cassette
- Maintenance-free operation—no electrodes
- Zero standby cost—no reagents required
Principles of operation
The analyser warms the cassette to 37.0°C (±0.1°C)/98.6°F (±0.1°F), and it performs a calibration verification on the sensors for PCO2 and PO2 by passing a precision calibration gas mixture across the optode sensors. The pH and electrolyte channels are calibrated with precision buffer solution contained in the cassette. When calibration is verified, the analyser aspirates the blood sample into the cassette and across the optode sensors. After equilibrating with the blood sample, fluorescence emission is then measured.