With a true point-of-care system you can accelerate the process from assessment to treatment. The HemoCue WBC DIFF is the only true point-of-care (POC) analyzer for five part differential white blood cell count with results in 5 minutes. Get the supporting results you need with your patient still in the room. The test results allows you to make informed decisions and can assist you to rule out serious conditions. All you need is a single drop of blood.
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Less waiting and faster clinical decision making with WBC DIFF
Time is important. Not only for you and your patients, but also for your clinical decision making process. The HemoCue WBC DIFF supports you to make informed decisions and can assist you to rule out serious conditions - on the spot.
WBC DIFF - One Piece in Your Clinical Puzzle
Three simple steps to receive a 5 part differential with lab quality results within 5 minutes. When time is short and you need information fast - WBC DIFF could give you the answer you need. Now you can solve the clinical puzzle in minutes - not in hours.
Results Here & Now - The Benefits of a True Point-of-Care System
A true POC system combines the benefits of accuracy and speed with lab-accurate results and ease of use. The small sample size enables capillary sampling for a more patient-friendly sampling technique. In a pediatric setting you can work fast, yet with your patient safety and comfort in focus. Learn how you get the knowledge you need in a drop of blood.
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Antimicrobial Resistence (AMR) is an increasing global threat to our health. A judicious prescription of antibiotics is one way of avoiding this threat. Access to rapid test results can provide more evidence-based clinical decisions. Learn how a WBC count can give you guidance in determining whether a bacterial or viral infection is at hand.