spinit® is a fully automated diagnostics solution designed to deliver blood analysis information to physicians in minutes.
Haematology. Immunoassay. Clinical Chemistry
With its unique technology spinit® is capable of delivering results using a variety of different detection methods allowing it to combine immunoassay, haematology and/or clinical chemistry targets in the same panel. This provides the results that the physicians really need for clinical situations.
- Multi-Detection Methods
- Ease of use
- Short test time
- No extra reagents required
- Integrated fail-safe mechanism
- No sample preparation required
- Small footprint instrument: 215 x 236 x 306 mm
- Weight: ~4Kg
- Sample volume: 5µl whole blood (one drop of blood)
- Accessories: Barcode reader and printer
- User-friendly software and graphic interfaces
The spinit® inflammation disposable disc is used with the spinit® instrument as a quantitative assay for the measurement of the CRP, total leucocyte count, 5-part differential WBC and haematocrit.
The spinit® Lipids panel disposable disc is used with the spinit® instrument as a quantitative assay for the measurement of cholesterol, HDL, LDL, tryglicerides, non-HDL, Chol/HDL ratio.
Only one drop of blood instead of drawing blood from the vein.
As easy as playing a CD.
Leave your patients with answers, not questions.
All microfluidic elements and functions are integrated in a toolbox approach in the spinit® discs. biosurfit explores advanced proprietary microfluidics to perform all the required steps for any diagnostic test: allowing samples to be prepared, suspended or modified as required, resuspension of reagents, aliquoting, mixing and fluid delivery to detection areas. This is all integrated inside a plastic DVD-like disc and operated by a simple rotation protocol using a standard DVD drive.
The spinit® system combines three different methods, that currently cover the vast majority of blood analysis.
Immunoassays are performed with Surface Plasmon Resonance detection, using a polarised laser beam focused on the detection spots. The resonance of the light, detected by a phototransistor is altered by the presence of any molecules bound to the antibodies and this change (or SPR shift) quantifies the amount of protein present in the patient's blood.
Automated cytology is performed using an integrated microscopy module, specific microfluidic structures and standard haematology dyes.
Clinical chemistry assays are performed by measuring the absorbance of light at different wave lengths using multiple LEDs.