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Humanized System Design For Laboratory Automation
Sep 12, 2017

Laboratory automation represents the direction of the whole process of testing medicine automation.

With the development of society and economy, the medical system of our country is confronted with a great challenge. These challenges are reflected in the clinical laboratory work: On the one hand, the medical expenditure is increasing, the clinical laboratory is required to reduce the cost continuously, on the other hand, with the improvement of people's living standard, more attention The requirements for testing accuracy are increasing. These causes the laboratory workload to continue to increase, Lab Automation and clinical laboratories face greater challenges. Laboratory Automation provides a good opportunity to solve the problems faced by clinical laboratories.

Laboratory automation is one of the development trends of medical science, especially in the process of the reform of medical and health system in our country, Lab Automation based on the establishment of universal health care system, a large number of medical requirements are released, patients increase, specimen increase, Lab Automation laboratory automation can adapt to such demand, Therefore, nearly two years domestic large hospitals have introduced a fully automated pipeline.

Laboratory Automation definition: Laboratory automation system refers to the different analytical instruments and analysis of the sample system before and after the connection between the automation and information network. Las usually includes a sample pretreatment unit, an analysis unit, a sample transport system, Lab Automation and a software and laboratory information systems that support the operation of each unit. Las is mainly divided into the whole laboratory automation and modular automation system.

Characteristics of laboratory Automation: the ideal las should have the following characteristics: ① openness: It is not limited to the connection with a manufacturer's instrument, it should be able to connect with any other manufacturer's analyzer; ② integrity: Complete "analysis before-analysis-analysis" hardware and software support, Information system integrity ③ Flexibility: The automatic system can be arranged according to the requirements of the site; ④ Intelligence: Highly intelligent, Lab Automation humanized system design, help the experiment to complete; ⑤ Independence: The functional units are both cooperative and relatively independent, Lab Automation and each unit can operate independently. But it is quite difficult to meet all these conditions. Therefore, LAS has a broad and narrow sense of laboratory automation.

Classification of clinical laboratory Automation--all laboratory automation

1, definition: The whole laboratory automation is a variety of analytical instruments and analysis of pretreatment equipment and analysis of processing equipment connected to achieve automated blood collection tube selection, labeling, sorting, conveying, sample processing, analysis and storage. The assembly line operation, Lab Automation realizes the automation of the inspection process, also can be called the Generalized laboratory automation system.

As the time taken by manual sample processing accounted for more than 70% of the entire testing process, and is a major contributor to reporting errors, the primary goal of laboratory automation is to minimize the value-added benefits of the entire analysis cycle, Lab Automation including sample classification, open cover, centrifugation, loading of samples into analytical instrumentation and classification storage, Lab Automation It is to realize the sample pretreatment part automation. The second goal of automation is to maximize the availability of value-added benefits steps in the analysis cycle, so that inspectors have more time and effort to improve the quality of the test results. The value-added steps include an audit of the risk results and a decision on whether to retest or to add additional test items based on specific results. These functions can be automated in the sample reprocessing system.