Acechem YD

Reagents for auto-analyzer & spectrophotometer

Clinical Chemistry Reagent

Product Item No. Package Mixing ratio Method Reference Range
AST(GOT) R201 R1 60mL×4,100mL×4,250mL×4, 4:1 IFCC 0~37 U/L
R2 30mL×2,100mL×2
A301 25mL×10
ALT(GPT) R202 R1 60mm×4,100mL×4,250mL×4, 4:1 IFCC 0~40 U/L
R2 30mL×2,100mL×2
A302 25mL×10
Glucose R203-T R1 60mL×4,100mL×4,250mL×4, 4:1 Trinder 70~120 mg/dL
R2 30mL×2,100mL×2
A203-T 25mL×10
R203-H R1 100mL×4, 4:1 Hexokinase
R2 100mL×2
ALP R204-D R1 60mL×4,100mL×4,250mL×4, 4:1 Kinetic (DEA) 60~300 U/L
R2 30mL×2,100mL×2 (Child < 700)
A304-D 25mL×10
Amylase R205 R1 60mL×4,100mL×4, 3:1 Gal-G2-CNP 39~115 Unit
R2 20mL×4, 75mL×2
A305 25mL×5
Creatinine R206 R1 60mL×4,100mL×4,250mL×4, 1:1 Jaffe-Kinetic 0.5~1.4 mg/dL
R2 60mL×4,100mL×4,250mL×4
A306 100mL×2
Uric Acid R207 R1 60mL×4,100mL×4,250mL×4, 2:1 Trinder M:3.6~8.0 mg/dL
R2 30mL×4,100mL×2 F:2.5~6.8 mg/dL
A307 60mL×4
Cholesterol R208 R1 60mL×4,100mL×4,250mL×4, 4:1 Trinder 130~250 mg/dL
R2 30mL×2,100mL×2
A308 25mL×10
HDL-Cholesterol R208-H R1 60mL×4,100mL×4, 3:1 Immunological Method M:30~60 mg/dL
R2 20mL×4, 75mL×2 F:38~72 mg/dL
A308-H 20mL×5
LDL-Cholesterol R208-L R1 60mL×4,100mL×4, 3:1 Direct LDL Cholesterol 0~160 mg/dL
R2 20mL×4, 75mL×2
A308-L 20mL×5
Chloridel R209 R1 60mL×4,100mL×4 Hg(SCN)2 96~107 mg/dL
A309 100mL×2
Calcium R210 R1 60mL×4,100mL×4,250mL×4, 1:1 OCPC 8.5~10.5 mg/dL
R2 60mL×4,100mL×4,250mL×4
A310 100mL×2
Bilirubin-Total R211-T 60mL×4,100mL×4 DPD 0.2~1.0 mg/dL
A311-T 20mL×10
Brlirubin-Direct R211-D 60mL×4,100mL×4 DPD 0~0.4 mg/dL
A311-D 20mL×10
Magnesium R212 60mL×4,100mL×4 Magon 0.74~0.9 mg/dL
T-Protein R214 60mL×4,100mL×4,250mL×4 Biuret 6.5~8.0 g/dL
A314 100mL×2
Albumin R215 60mL×4,100mL×4,250mL×4 BCG 3.7~5.2 g/dL
A315 100mL×2
Pi R217 R1 60mL×4,100mL×4, 1:1 UV- Phosphomolybdate 2.5~4.5 mg/dL
R2 60mL×4,100mL×4 (Child : 4.0~7.0)
A317 100mL×2
TG R218 R1 60mL×4,100mL×4, 250mL×4, 2:1 Trinder 10~200 mg/dL
R2 30mL×4,100mL×2
A318 60mL×4
γ-GT R219 R1 60mL×4,100mL×4, 250mL×4, 4:1 IFCC M:0~50 U/L
R2 30mL×2,100mL×2 F:0~35 U/L
A319 25mL×10
BUN R220 R1 60mL×4,100mL×4, 250mL×4, 4:1 Kinetic 5~23 mg/dL
R2 30mL×2,100mL×2
A320 25mL×10
LDH-P R221 R1 60mL×4,100mL×4, 250mL×4, 4:1 UV-Pyruvate 200~400 U/L
R2 30mL×2,100mL×2
25mL×5
CK-NAC R222 R1 60mL×4,100mL×4, 4:1 SCE M:40~190 U/L
R2 30mL×2,100mL×2 F:30~165 U/L
A322 25mL×5
Hemoglobin H7 500mL×1 Cyanmethemoglobin M:14.0~18.5 g/dL
F:12.0~16.0 g/dL

LIPID PROFILE Automated assays for clinical analyzers

The lipid profile is a group of tests comprising triglycerides, total cholesterol, HDL and LDL cholesterol.
The lipid profile is used, together with other risk factors, to assess a person's risk of cardiovascular disease (CVD).
It is very important to get the balance between the protective HDL and the destructive LDL right in order to reduce the risk of CVD.
This can be achieved either through dietary and lifestyle changes or treatment with cholesterol reducing drugs called statins.

Regular check-ups are necessary to establish risk and, if necessary, monitor treatment.

LIPID PROFILE   Cholesterol   HDL-C   LDL-C   Triglyceride  
Inter-assay n=20 Level 1 Level 2 Level 1 Level 2 Level 1 Level 2 Level 1 Level 2
precision Mean 253.46 116.75 62 32.8 166.43 56.54 175.75 72.8
SD 2.46 1.08 0.82 0.43 0.82 0.81 2.85 1.4
CV(%) 1.54 0.96 1.47 1.94 0.491 1.428 1.8 1.8
Onboard stability(at 10˚C) 28days 28days 28days 21days
Linearity 1000mg/dL 2859mg/dL 520mg/dL 1200mg/dL
Low detection limit(mg/dl) 0.15 2.86 0.16 0.65
Interferences(mg/dl)
Hemoglobin 500 500 1000 500
Bilirubin 20 20 20 20
Ascorbic acid 50 250 200 50