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Coagulation Analyzer

Xprecia Prime™ is the new and improved generation of portable coagulation monitoring device. Xprecia Prime™ is small, accurate, and easy to use. This new coagulation analyzer is designed for fast and reliable PT/INR testing, allowing medical practitioners to monitor vitamin K antagonist oral anticoagulation therapy (e.g. Warfarin, Coumadin etc.) at the point of care (POC), primary care, urgent care, and hospitals. It should not be used to measure PT/INR in patients on other anticoagulation therapies. Xprecia Prime™ meets the modern high-quality POC coagulation testing requirements, providing PT/INR results comparable to laboratory analysis in under a minute.

Xprecia Prime Includes

1 x Xprecia Prime™ Analyzer
1 x Charger
1 x Replacement cap
1 x Power supply (including USB cable & 4 sockets)
1 x User guide
2 x Quick start guide for:
1 x patient test
1 x LQC test


Icon Accuracy
  • Correlation of results with laboratory analysis
  • Reliable results, less repetition
  • Automatic strip quality check


Icon Safety
  • Eject button for safe handling
  • PPID – Positive Patient Identification
  • Operator ID entry with lockout features


Icon Portability
  • Available anytime, anywhere
  • Ergonomic design – fits in the palm of a hand
  • Wi-Fi and wired connection
  • Rechargeable battery cell


Icon Simplicity
  • Results in less than one minute
  • User friendly software and touchscreen
  • Automatic calibration –
    no reagents needed

Result in 5 simple steps, in under 1 minute

Xprecia Step1

Scan patient ID Enter the Patient ID by barcode or using the touchscreen keyboard

Xprecia Step2

Scan strip provides information on calibration values, lots, and expiration dates

Xprecia Step3

Insert strip monitors the integrity and temperature of the strip, ensuring reliable results

Xprecia Step4

Apply sample from a “finger prick of blood”

Xprecia Step5

Measure results detected in under 30 seconds

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