About the parameter
In routine medical diagnostics a haemoglobin (HGB) test can be used for the following purposes:
- To diagnose and monitor the course of therapy for anemia or polyglobulia
- To monitor risk groups for iron deficiency (pregnant women, infants, blood donors, hemodialysis patients, diabetics, athletes, …)
- As part of point-of-care testing when acute bleedings or hemorrhages are suspected
- For detecting parasitic diseases as well as quantifying blood loss
The reagent used binds haemoglobin and its variants to form a coloured complex, which is detected photometrically at 546 nm.
Range: 0 – 30 g/dl
Lower detection limit: 0.5 g/dl
This test takes only 1 minute.
Please note: All package inserts provided on this website are intended for information purposes only! Always process all tests, controls and calibrators strictly according to the package insert provided with the kit.
Find the evaluation study for the Eurolyser Haemoglobin assay here: Evaluation Eurolyser Haemoglobin
Please note: depending on the time of the market launch of an assay, the respective assay evaluation was carried out using either a Eurolyser smart instrument or a Eurolyser CUBE instrument.
Since the measurement method is the same in both instruments (their photometric units are identical in construction), as was proved in this comparison study, all testkit evaluations provided on this website are valid for either instrument!
ST 0195 Haemoglobin test kit with capillary (containing 32 tests)
ST 1900 Haemoglobin control kit (low/high)
Professional article about anaemia
An article about haemoglobin and anaemia conducted by our Swiss partner Sysmex (Xtra Schweiz – Issue N° 2, March 2012 ) (in German)