BGA-101 Blood Gas Analyzer


Blood gas analyser machine is used with the Wondfo’s blood gas analyzer test card (electrochemistry), measuring a patient’s pH balance, carbon dioxide partial pressure (pCO2), oxygen partial pressure (pO2 ), sodium ion (Na+), potassium ion (K+), calcium ion (Ca2+), chloride ion (Cl–), hematocrit (Hct), Lactic Acid (Lac)* and Glucose (Glu)*. The Blood Gas analyzer should only be used by healthcare professionals. For in vitro diagnostic use.


Key Features of BGA-101 Blood Gas Analyzer

Comprehensive: Broad assay menu: pH, pCO2, pO2, K+, Na+, Ca2+, Cl-, Hct, Glu, Lac


Small & Flexible: Low sample volume (80μL whole blood)


Flexible use in a variety of areas, including Laboratory, ER, ICU, Operating Room, etc


Without gas cylinders, safer to use


No need to replace electrodes, effectively control costs


With only one reagent pack, easier to replace, and available to use immediately after the replacement


Small size and lightweight with build-in rechargeable battery


Friendly user interface with color LCD touch screen and traffic light indicator


Build-in multimedia tutorials


Flexible tests combination on a single cartridge


Long cartridge storage life at room temperature, ready to use at any time


Technical Specifications of BGA-101 Blood Gas Analyzer

It has a color 8′ LCD touch screen.


Built-in printer.


Visual indication of good operation.


Built-in scanner for using multiple barcodes.


The analyzer is portable with low weight (6.5 kg).


The analyzer has small dimensions 302X226X180mm.


Uses 80 μl of whole blood either by syringe or capillary.


Performs automatic calibration.


The results are read in 30 seconds.


It has three levels of internal control of accuracy, quality.


Variety of test Cartridges:


pH, pCO2, pO2, Hct, K +, Na +, Ca ++, Cl-, Glu and Lac.


Calculated values:


CH+, CH+(T), pH(T), pCO2(T), pO2(T), HCO3-atd, HCO3-std, BB(B), BE(B), BE(ecf), ctCO2 , Ca++(7.4), AnGap, tHb(est), SO2(est), pO2(A-a), pO2(A-a)(T), pO2(a/A), pO2(a/A)(T), RI, RI(T), pO2/FI O2, pO2(T)/FI O2