Advanced Hematology Five-Part Differential
The VetScan HM5 is a fully-automated, five-part differential hematology analyzer displaying a comprehensive 22-parameter complete blood count (CBC) with cellular histograms on an easy-to-read touch-screen. Its superior performance, elegant design, ease of use, true database management capability, and minimal maintenance make it the optimal hematology system for veterinary clinics, research laboratories, and pharmaceutical and biotech companies.
Five-part differential on cat, dog, horse, cow, alpaca and llama; three-part on 11 other species
Flexibility to analyze 17 common species in your practice
22 parameters, including direct eosinophil counts and eosinophil percentage
Provides full CBCs analyses for even allergic and parasitic cases
Three to four minutes to results
Fast turnaround for each sample — run nearly 20 samples per hour in ﬁve-part mode
Small, space-saving, elegant design with large touch-screen display
Fits on nearly every clinic counter
Advanced, integrated self-cleaning system
Minimal maintenance facilitated by software reminders and step-by-step instructions
On-screen patient results trending
Easy patient monitoring over time
VetScan HM5 Demonstration
Watch this video to find out more details about VetScan HM5 and see the product in action.
Insert sample and press start.
Height:36.5 cm (14 in)
Width:32 cm (12.5 in)
Depth:27 cm (10.6 in)
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