Streck Point of Care Controls
Streck Point of Care controls provide a quick and accurate way to ensure that small laboratory analyzers and handheld glucose and hemoglobin meters are providing reliable patient results. Packaged in dropper vials with no need to reconstitute, Streck Point of Care controls offer convenience and ease of use. Streck also offers Sugar-Chex® Linearity, which is a unique, patented, whole-blood product for verifying the entire reportable range of the most popular glucose meters using a single product.
Streck Para 4®
Para 4 is a four-parameter hematology control for small laboratories and point-of-care applications that perform a limited number of hematology tests. The assay includes red blood cell (RBC), white blood cell (WBC), Hgb, Hct and platelet values* for auxiliary methods.
- HemoCue® B-Hemoglobin Photometer and Hb 201+ analyzer
- Separation Technology, Inc. HemataSTAT II®
- ITC Hgb Pro Professional Hemoglobin Testing System™
Para 4 is also assayed for RBC, WBC, Phase Platelet (Low, Normal) and Hct manual methods, allowing the technologist to only have to use one product, saving time and money. Para 4 is available in plastic dropper vials for easy sample allocation with hemoglobin and hematocrit instruments, and is also available in glass vials for automated methods.
- 110-day closed-vial stability
- 14-day open-vial stability
Streck Sugar-Chex® II
An Aqueous Glucose Control for Hand-Held Meters:
Sugar-Chex II is a ready-to-use aqueous glucose control assayed for the most popular glucose meters, including:
- LifeScan OneTouch® Ultra®;2, SureStep®Pro, SureStep® Flexx System
- Roche Accu-Chek® Advantage®
- Bayer Ascensia® CONTOUR®
- MediSense®, Precision PCx™, Precision PCx 2.2.1™, Precision Xceed Pro®
Sugar-Chex II simulates the viscosity and flow properties of whole blood and is available at three levels to evaluate the performance of the meter, reagent strip, and operator. It comes in an easy-to-use dropper vial and requires no refrigeration.
- 2-year closed-vial stability
- 90-day open-vial stability