DiaSys Electrolytes – The photometric alternative
DiaSys presents photometric tests for sodium, potassium and chloride applicable to any clinical chemistry analyzer. These tests are an excellent alternative to ISE for all labs with a small number of tests - no separate work station, no maintenance costs! The ready-to-use reagents show excellent performance with accurate and precise results over a wide linear range. The chloride test uses an innovative methodology avoiding toxic and harming mercury compounds used in established reagents. The liquid-stable calibrator TruCal E is suitable for all three tests.
Release of Metabolic Syndrome Microsite
Holzheim, 23rd April 2013
Since the Metabolic Syndrome (MetS) is getting in focus more and more nowadays, we created a Microsite dedicated to the Metabolic Syndrome. This Microsite provides comprehensive information on the clinical relevance, diagnostic criteria and causes of the MetS. Moreover, a special focus lies on NEFA (non-esterified fatty acids). Elevated NEFA blood levels are associated with insulin resistance, type 2 diabetes, obesity, malignant diseases and the metabolic syndrome, therefore representing an excellent candidate for the identification of patients at high risk for the MetS.
For detailed information on the Metabolic Syndrome please visit: www.metabolic-syndrome.de
Our new page with reference ranges is online!
Holzheim, 19th March 2013
Please check our new service page with reference ranges for all parameters DiaSys offers tests for.
DiaSys donates two respons®920 analyzers
Holzheim/Idstein, September 2012
Since its establishment in 1991, DiaSys maintains a successful co-operation with Fresenius University of Applied Sciences, Idstein (near Frankfurt). With more than 5.000 students, Fresenius University is one of the main privately financed publicly acknowledged educational institutes in Germany.
A major role in the existing and growing cooperation plays Prof. Erwin Metzmann, Dean of Master Studies Bio- and Pharmaceutical Analysis and former Director of DiaSys R&D. Due to his personal commitment, Fresenius University succeeded in integrating studies on clinical diagnosis into their curriculum, says Professor Leo Gros, Vice President of Fresenius University.
Students visit DiaSys laboratories on a regular basis, and DiaSys offers internships for Fresenius students in their R&D Department. 18 students published their theses in co-operation with DiaSys up to now; seven out of these became staff members of DiaSys R&D later on.
The respons®920 analyzers will be of great use for all students of chemistry and biology during their practical training in faculty laboratories.