Diagnosis Reagent Materials Types
A diagnosis reagent material is among the critical components required in the medical laboratories for proper functioning. Without these reagents, a laboratory will never function properly as they will fail to carry out tests necessary for patient treatment and monitoring. It is estimated that medics depend on about 70% of the information coming from these reagents. As such, the beneficial role of these reagents becomes indisputable.
The chemicals reagents depend on a variety of elements to work to generate precise, accurate and reliable patient results. This applies to all reagents be either chemical, biological, biochemical or chemical.
Chemical diagnostic Reagents are designed as one or two reagent systems. They include dyes, buffers and surfactants. Biological reagents contain two or more reagents making them highly complex. Biochemical are more complex in design and require more element to work together to produce results. They include stabilisers, indicators and preservatives.