Efficient care delivery is no longer a lofty goal, it’s a priority! With a Piccolo on the front-lines of care, hospitals, doctors and clinics alike are diagnosing and treating in a single visit, thereby increasing throughput, maximizing clinician efficacy and increasing revenues.
Simple 3-step operation
Good for Practices and Patients
Installation & Training
Every step of the way we’re there to help. We’ll help you set up your Piccolo and train your operators on good laboratory practices. And, we’ll help keep your Piccolo operation running smoothly.
Can the analyzer be connected to an external computer, printer, LIS or EMR?
Existing customers can also download Abaxis Data Manager for free by clicking here. Data Manager is a free, unsupported utility that connects your Piccolo to a 32-bit Windows computer and formats the Piccolo results into a PDF and XML file. Many practices have found these files useful as an interim solution to full connectivity.
What are the power requirements needed to operate the analyzer?
Is surge protection or an uninterruptible power supply required for the Piccolo Xpress?
What do the black symbols on the results print out mean?
Should controls be run on the Piccolo Xpress?
a. At least every 30 days.
b. Whenever laboratory conditions have changed significantly.
c. When training or retraining of personnel is indicated.
d. With each new lot.
CLIA Moderately Complex Testing
a. Abaxis recommends control testing to follow federal, state and local guidelines. Please follow this link for the CMS state contacts: https://www.cms.gov/Regulations-and-Guidance/Legislation/CLIA/Downloads/CLIASA.pdf
Where can control samples be purchased?
What if I need technical support?
Quality Control Features
Data Input Display
Mode of Opertion
Protection Against Ingress of Fluids
Ambient Operating Temperature Range
Thermal Protection Rating
Medical Reference Center
For access to downloadable Brochures, Package Inserts, Material Safety Datasheets, Technical White Papers and other resources, please see the Medical Reference Center