Element COAG Veterinary Analyzer - receive accurate results for PT/aPTT Combination Test , Canine and Equine Fibrinogen, , Canine DEA 1.1 Blood typing and Feline A/B Blood Typing.
Introducing the Element COAG™ Veterinary Analyzer, offering specialty parameters that compliment any lab suite. In one small and easy to use analyzer, receive accurate results for PT/aPTT Combination Test, Canine and Equine Fibrinogen, Canine DEA 1.1 Blood typing and Feline A/B Blood Typing, all with a blood sample less than 100uL, and in 15 minutes or less.
  • Accurate point-of-care results in 15 minutes or less (times vary per parameter)
  • Large, 7-inch color touchscreen offers easy navigation
  • Small sample size (100 μL or less)
  • Continuous internal self-test monitoring during operation
  • Small footprint for easy incorporation into existing lab
RESULTS AND REPORTING

The Element COAG handles storage and retrieval of up to 1000 test results, right on the analyzer. Search results by sample, patient ID, date or test type for maximum reporting flexibility and rapid retrieval of trending data from patient record. Assign, unassign or delete multiple items at once. The Element COAG integrates with the HeskaView Integrated Software® Program or Heska Data Capture Utility for seamless management of patient data.
The Element COAG™ Veterinary Analyzer uses parameter specific, one-time-use test cartridges containing pre-measured test-specific reagent. After reactions occur in the test cartridge’s micro-channels, light absorbance is measured through the optical detection window. Results are calculated and stored automatically in the analyzer database, as well as displayed on the easy to use touch screen.
The Element COAG Veterinary Analyzer provides 5 specialty tests in one efficient platform.

PT/aPTT Combo Test
  • Measure both prothrombin time and activated partial thromboplastin time with one sample.
  • For use with Canine or Feline citrated whole blood samples.
  • Results in under 15 minutes.
Equine Fibrinogen Test
  • Immediate, accurate, and quantitative in-clinic fibrinogen test.
  • Results in under 15 minutes allows the clinician to treat early, improving patient outcome.
Canine Fibrinogen Test
  • Quantitative results in under 12 minutes.
  • Increased plasma fibrinogen indicates the degree of systemic inflammatory response; often before there is clinical evidence of disease.
  • Decreased plasma fibrinogen can indicate disseminated intravascular coagulation (DIC), bleeding or liver problems.
Canine DEA 1.1 Blood Typing Test
  • Determine if canine patient is DEA 1.1 positive or negative in under 5 minutes.
  • Make educated transfusion decisions quickly and easily.
Feline Blood Typing Test
  • Determine if feline patient is blood type A and/or B in under 5 minutes.
  • Make educated transfusion or breeding decisions quickly and easily.

Specifications for PT/aPTT COAG Combo Test

Measurement Technology Clot time, light absorbance
Result Units Second
Reference Ranges
SpeciesPTaPTT
Feline (Cat)15 s to 21 s94 s to 125 s
Canine (Dog)14 s to 19 s75 s to 105 s
Dynamic Range
 PTaPTT
 11 s to 35 s30 s to 200 s
Sample Type Whole Blood
Sample Volume 60 μL
Sample Collection 3.2 % to 3.8 % concentration sodium citrate tube
Sample Stability 2 hours of room temperature (15℃ to 30℃/59℉ to 86℉). Invert the tube back and forth 10 times every 10 minutes
Cartridge Stability Do not expose cartridges in the foil pouch to direct sunlight or leave at room temperature for more than 3 hours. Use cartridges taken from the foil pouch within 10 minutes
Storage Refrigerate at 2℃ to 8℃/36℉ to 46℉
Shelf Life Approximately 12 months from date of manufacture. The expiration date is printed on the pouch label
Time to results Approximately 10 minutes

Specifications for Equine Fibrinogen Test

Measurement Technology Light absorbance, turbidity-based plasma assay
Result Units mg/dL, g/L or g/dL
Reference Ranges
Speciesmg/dLg/L
Horse (equine)150 to 4001.5 to 4.0
Dynamic Range
 mg/dLg/L
 0 to 20000.0 to 20.0
Sample Type Platelet poor plasma
Sample Volume 100 μL
Sample Collection 3.2 % to 3.8 % concentration sodium citrate tube
Sample Stability 24 hours at room temperature (15℃ to 30℃ or 59℉ to 86℉) for whole blood sodium citrate samples

2 hours at room temperature (15℃ to 30℃ or 59℉ to 86℉) for plasma in a sodium citrate tube.

30 days at freezing temperature (−10℃ or 14℉) for plasma samples extracted from a citrate tube and placed in a red-top tube.
Cartridge Stability Do not expose cartridges in the foil pouch to direct sunlight or leave at room temperature for more than 3 hours. Use cartridges taken from the foil pouch within 10 minutes
Storage Refrigerate at 2℃ to 8℃ or 36℉ to 46℉ Refrigerate at 2℃ to 8℃/36℉ to 46℉
Shelf Life Approximately 12 months from date of manufacture. The expiration date is printed on the pouch label. The diluent is stable until the expiration date printed on the box labelApproximately 10 minutesApproximately 10 minutes
Time to results Approximately 10 minutes

Specifications for Canine Fibrinogen Test

Measurement Technology Light absorbance, turbidity-based plasma assay
Result Units mg/dL, g/L or g/dL
Reference Ranges
Speciesmg/dLg/L
Dog (canine)120 to 3001.2 to 3.0
Dynamic Range
 mg/dLg/L
 0 to 20000.0 to 20.0
Sample Type Platelet poor plasma
Sample Volume 100 μL
Sample Collection 3.2 % to 3.8 % concentration sodium citrate tube
Sample Stability 24 hours at room temperature (15℃ to 30℃ or 59℉ to 86℉) for whole blood sodium citrate samples

2 hours at room temperature (15℃ to 30℃ or 59℉ to 86℉) for plasma in a sodium citrate tube.

30 days at freezing temperature (−10℃ or 14℉) for plasma samples extracted from a citrate tube and placed in a red-top tube.
Cartridge Stability Do not expose cartridges in the foil pouch to direct sunlight or leave at room temperature for more than 3 hours. Use cartridges taken from the foil pouch within 10 minutes
Storage Refrigerate at 2℃ to 8℃ or 36℉ to 46℉ Refrigerate at 2℃ to 8℃/36℉ to 46℉
Shelf Life Approximately 12 months from date of manufacture. The expiration date is printed on the pouch label. The diluent is stable until the expiration date printed on the box label.
Time to results Approximately 10 minutes

Specifications for Canine DEA 1.1 Blood Typing Test

Measurement Technology Agglutination detection using light absorbance
Species Canine (Dog)
Possible results Diluted whole bloodsitive, Negative and Inconclusive
Sample Type Positive, Negative and Inconclusive
Sample Volume 100 μL of whole blood
Sample Collection EDTA collection tube
Sample Stability Use the blood within the day of collection. Do not dilute the sample until prompted to do so on-screen.
Cartridge Stability Do not expose the cartridges in the foil pouch to direct sunlight.
Use cartridges taken from the foil pouch within one day
Storage Store at 2℃ to 25℃/66℉ to 77℉
Shelf Life Approximately 12 months from date of manufacture. The expiration date is printed on the pouch label. The diluent is stable until the expiration date printed on the tube label.
Warm-up Time Approximately 90 seconds. The actual time depends on the blood sample and test environment. Very low or high ambient temperatures may change the warm-up time.
Time to Results Approximately 5 minutes from adding the sample to the cartridge.

Specifications for Feline Blood Typing Test

Measurement Technology Agglutination detection using light absorbance
Species Feline (Cat)
Possible results A, B or AB
Sample Type Diluted whole blood
Sample Volume 100 µL of whole blood ( In some cases due to low hematocrit of the blood ( below 29) more volume will be needed.
Sample Collection EDTA collection tube
Sample Stability Use the blood within the day of collection. Do not dilute the sample until prompted to do so on-screen.
Cartridge Stability Do not expose the cartridges in the foil pouch to direct sunlight.
Use cartridges taken from the foil pouch within one day.
Storage Store at 2℃ to 25℃/66℉ to 77℉
Shelf Life Approximately 12 months from date of manufacture. The expiration date is printed on the pouch label. The diluent is stable until the expiration date printed on the tube label.
Warm-up Time Approximately 90 seconds. The actual time depends on the blood sample and test environment. Very low or high ambient temperatures may change the warm-up time.
Time to Results Approximately 5 minutes from adding the sample to the cartridge.

Specifications for Element COAG™ Veterinary Analyzer

Operating Environment Indoor use only
Temperature 15℃ to 30℃(59℉ to 86℉)
Max. Relative Humidity 80%
Max. Altitude 2000m (6562 ft)
Pollution Degree 2
Others Mode of Operation Continuous
Power Supply
Input 100 V AC to 240 V AC(fluctuations <10% of nominal voltage)
1.5 A
50 Hz to 60 Hz
Output 12 V DC
6.67 A
Instrument
Input 12 V DC
2.7 A
Time to Results Approximately 5 minutes from adding the sample to the cartridge.
Power Consumption 32.4 W
Transient Overvoltage Category II of IEC 60364-4-443
Instrument Input Connections 12 V DC Power Supply
Instrument Input and Output Connections LAN and USB 2.0