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- Biochemistry Reagent
- AutoPure HDL C is ready to use, two liquid reagent system. With AutoPure HDL C, the assay is linear upto 150 mg/dl (3.89 mmo1/1).
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- AutoPure HDL C is a reagent kit for direct quantitative determination of HDL-C in human serum and plasma on automated clinical chemistry analyzers.
- AutoPure HDL C is ready to use, two liquid reagent system.
- With AutoPure HDL C, the assay is linear upto 150 mg/dl (3.89 mmo1/1).
Reagent Storage, Stability & Handling
AutoPure HDL C is ready to use, two liquid reagent system.
Stable till the expiry date indicated on the label, when stored at 2 -8 C.
On Board Reagent Stability
- R1: 60 days at 2 - 8 C after opening
- R2 : 60 days at 2 - 8 C after opening .
- Protect the reagent from light and contamination.
- Do not freeze the reagent.
Components & Concentration of Working Solution
Serum or plasma should not remain at 15 - 30 C longer than 14 hours. If assay is not completed within 14 hours, serum or plasma may be stored at 2 - 8 C upto 1 week. If the specimens need to be stored for more than a week, they may be preserved at less than -70 C upto 3 months.
Fully automated system automatically calculates the HDL-C concentration of each sample.
Results in mmo1/1= Results in mg/di x 0.0259
Refer to the application sheet for details. For additional system applications, contact our local Accurex representative.
For calibration, it is recommended to use HDL-C calibrator from Accurex. Other commercially available HDL-C calibrators have not been tested with this assay and cannot be supported by Accurex Biomedical Pvt. Ltd. Refer to the HDL-C calibrator kit package insert for a description of assignment procedures and instructions. The value of HDL-C calibrator was assigned by procedures traceable to National Reference System for Cholesterol (NRS/CHOL). Calibration material have concentrations around medical decision level.
Re calibration is recommended
- Whenever the reagent lot is changed.
- As per the requirement of quality control procedures.
Each batch of AutoPure HDL-C is assayed with multiple quality control sera prior to release.
To ensure adequate quality control, it is recommended that the laboratory should use a normal and abnormal commercial reference control serum. It should be realized that the use of quality control material checks both the reagent and instrument functions together.
If the control values fall outside the specified limits, each of the below criteria should be cross - checked and corrected:
- Proper instrument function wavelength setting, light source and temperature control.
- Cleanliness of probes and cuvettes.
- Bacterial contamination of wash water used by the instrument.
- Expiry date of the reagent kit.
- Men : 30 - 70 mg/di
- Women : 30 - 85 mg/dl
Note: Expected range varies from population to population. It is therefore recommended that each laboratory should establish its own normal range. According to NCEP, HDL-C values greater than or equal to 40 mg/dl are considered desirable and greater than or equal to 60 mg/dl are consider to offer some protection against coronary heart disease. Values below 40 mg/dl are considered to be a significant independent risk factor for coronary heart disease.
There is no significant interference in samples containing upto 60 mg/dl of conjugated and unconjugated bilirubin, 1800 mg/dl of triglycerides, 1000 mg/dl of haemoglobin, 100 mg/dl of ascorbic acid & 5000 mg/dl of gamma globulins.
Reproducibility was determined using three levels of pooled human sera as shown below:
low <40 mg/dl
mid (40- 59 mg/dl )
high (> 60 mg/dl )
Co - Relation Studies
A comparison of HDL-C determination using AutoPure HDL-C and the Designated Comparison Method (DCM) gave the following co-relation (mg/dl):
- y= 0.99x+ 2.81
- r = 0.996
No of samples measured : 52
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