FUJI DRI-CHEM 4000i

FUJI DRI-CHEM 4000i

Features

Opening a New Horizon for a More Precise POCT World

Simple 3-step procedure

The basic procedure consists of 3 steps

Automates various time-consuming dilution procedures done by hand such as pipetting and mixing.
Dilutes automatically to a preset dilution ratio by merely setting the dilution cup and dilution solution.

How to use FUJI DRI-CHEM system

The system is very easy to use. It is designed to be used not only by professional clinical chemistry operators but also by busy doctors and nurses.

  1. 1. Pass the QC card through the QC card reader whenever you use slides from a new lot number.
  2. 2. Set slides on FUJI DRI-CHEM analyzer.
  3. 3. Set a sample tube and an Auto TIP in the specified sample rack.
  4. 4. Input a sequence No. and a sample ID if necessary.
  5. 5. Press the "START" key to initiate testing.
  6. 6. The results are printed out to the printer.
    For details of operation procedure, consult "Instruction Manual " for FUJI DRI-CHEM analyzer.

Electrolyte measurement function

Multi-functional; many blood components can be tested.

Equipped with electrolyte measuring function.

Easy calibration

QC card system

Calibration of each lot can be performed easily by reading the QC card. QC information is memorized for up to two lots. Slide lot differentiation is conducted automatically.

Auto-dilution function

Automates the time-consuming dilution procedure

Completely automated, from pushing the START key to the printout of the data.
There is no need to specify the tests beforehand since two lots of dots on the back of the slide can be read automatically to obtain accurate results.

High reliability

Highly stable slides using fine chemical technology developed by Fujifilm.

Excellent reproducibility results, minimal fluctuation throughout the day and no data measurement differences due to different operators.

Quick operation and quick response

Operation is quick and requires less time to acquire test results.

Time required for 6 tests : 8 min 42 sec.
Time required for 12 tests : 16 min 37 sec.

New space-saving design

FDC4000i is fitted with a sliding type cover over the sampling compartment. With this new design, FDC4000i takes up less space.

Display and printouts in five languages

English, German, French, Italian and Spanish languages are available for FDC4000i.
Cautions given on the back of the slide packages are also printed in these five languages.

New tip shape for faster mixing speed

FUJI DRI-CHEM AUTO TIPS are newly designed to achieve higher mixing speed, resulting in more stable and reliable results.

Brochures

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Specifications

Parameters

Classification Parameter Measurement range Measurement
time (min.)
Unit (A) Unit (B)
Biochemical tests (Enzymes) ALP 50-3500 U/L 0.84-58.45 µkat/L 4
AMYL 10-1800 U/L 0.17-30.06 µkat/L 5
CHE 5-500 U/L 0.08-8.35 µkat/L 4.5
CKMB 1-300 U/L 0.02-5.01 µkat/L 5
CPK 10-2000 U/L 0.17-33.40 µkat/L 4
GGT 10-1200 U/L 0.17-20.04 µkat/L 5
GOT/AST 10-1000 U/L 0.17-16.70 µkat/L 4
GPT/ALT 10-1000 U/L 0.17-16.70 µkat/L 4
LAP 10-500 U/L 0.17-8.35 µkat/L 4
LDH 50-900 U/L 0.84-15.03 µkat/L 2
Biochemical tests
(General chemistry)
ALB 1.0-6.0 g/dL 10-60 g/L 6
BUN 5.0-140.0 mg/dL 1.79-49.98 mmol/L 4
Ca 4.0-16.0 mg/dL 1.00-4.00 mmol/L 4
CRE 0.2-24.0 mg/dL 18-2122 µmol/L 5
DBIL 0.1-16.0 mg/dL 2-274 µmol/L 5
GLU 10-600 mg/dL 0.6-33.3 mmol/L 6
HDL-C 10-110 mg/dL 0.26-2.84 mmol/L 6
IP 0.5-15.0 mg/dL 0.16-4.84 mmol/L 5
Mg 0.2-7.0 mg/dL 0.08-2.88 mmol/L 4.5
NH3 10-500 µg/dL 7-357 µmol/L 2
TBIL 0.2-30.0 mg/dL 3-513 µmol/L 6
TCHO 50-450 mg/dL 1.29-11.64 mmol/L 6
TG 10-500 mg/dL 0.11-5.65 mmol/L 4
TP 2.0-11.0 g/dL 20-110 g/L 6
UA 0.5-18.0 mg/dL 30-1071 µmol/L 4
Biochemical tests (Electrolytes) Na 75-250 mEq/L 75-250 mmol/L 1
K 1.0-14.0 mEq/L 1.0-14.0 mmol/L
Cl 50-175 mEq/L 50-175 mmol/L
Immunological test CRP 0.3-7.0 mg/dL 3-70 mg/L 5

Main specifications for FUJI DRI-CHEM 4000i

Measurement tests Colorimetry: 26 tests
Electrolytes: 3 tests
Throughput Colorimetry: 60 tests/hour
Electrolytes: 140 tests/hour
Combined: 77 tests/hour
TAT
(Turn around time)
Time required for 6 tests: 8min 42sec.
Time required for 12 tests: 16min 37sec.
*TAT is the time from when slides are set until final results.
Number of sample racks 1
Number of incubations Colorimetry: 6, Electrolytes: 1
Measurement time Colorimetry: 2 to 6 minutes/test,
Electrolytes: 1 minute/ 3 tests (Na-K-Cl)
Sample types Plasma, Serum, Whole blood (NH3-W,Na-K-Cl)
Sample volume Colorimetry: 10 µL/ test,
Electrolytes: 50 µL/ 3 tests (Na-K-Cl)
Data transmission to PC USB 2.0 or RS-232C serial
D-Sub 9 pin -9 pin cross cable
Data printing Thermal printer
Electrical requirements AC 100-240V, 50/60 Hz, 200VA
Dimensions 415 (W) x 390 (D) x 290 (H)mm
Weight Approx. 20 kg
Operating temperature 15 to 32 °C
Operating humidity 30 to 80 %RH

History & Principle

History

The FUJI DRI-CHEM (FDC) system based on a multilayered film method was first announced in 1980.
The initial product was a dry chemistry slide and an analyzer for measuring glucose concentration by spotting a 6-microliter sample of whole blood. The slide had a special spreading layer made of cloth, which enabled the use of whole blood samples.
Since then, various DRI-CHEM slides and analyzers have been developed to fulfill the increasing needs of emergency testing, and a range of peripheral items were also developed. For instance, special pipette tips, now called FUJI CLEAN TIPS, were introduced to enable automatic spotting. Because the tips don't require wiping, there is little danger of operator contamination from blood samples.
The recently introduced FDC series are now widely used in international markets as automatic clinical chemistry systems. The FUJI DRI-CHEM system is used not only in clinical laboratories but also in veterinary clinics.

Principle

The system has two major principles of measurement, one is colorimetric and the other is potentiometric.

Colorimetric slide
(Enzymes, General chemistry, Immunology)

For a glucose slide, the actual measurement is conducted as follows. 10 microliters of plasma or serum are spotted on a FUJI DRI-CHEM SLIDE GLU-PIII. After spotting, the sample spreads uniformly on the spreading layer and diffuses into the underlying layer. As the process proceeds, large molecular weight components such as proteins or dye components are filtrated, and only small molecular weight components are able to permeate and diffuse into the reagent layer. Glucoseoxidase (GOD) catalyzes the oxidization of sample glucose to generate hydrogen peroxide. In the presence of peroxidase (POD), hydrogen peroxide reacts with dye precursors and finally forms red dye. The slide is incubated at 37°C for a specified number of minutes in the FUJI DRI-CHEM analyzer and the optical reflection density is measured at 505nm. The aforementioned optical reflection density is then converted into the glucose concentration using a calibration curve preinstalled in the analyzer.

Potentiometric slide (Electrolytes)

Potentiometric analysis is based on measurement of the generated voltage difference between ion selective electrodes applied to a reference solution and to the sample. In the FUJI DRI-CHEM system, ion selective electrodes for sodium (Na), potassium (K) and chloride (Cl) are set into one slide. After spotting 50 microliters of the sample and of the reference solution on the slide, the slide is incubated for one minute in the FUJI DRI-CHEM analyzer and the potentiometric difference between the sample and the reference solution is measured.
The potentiometric value is then converted into each electrolyte concentration using a calibration curve preinstalled in the analyzer.