STAT-Site®Hgb Hemoglobin Analyzer

The STAT-Site®Hgb is discontinued as of December 31, 2016.

The STAT-Site®Hgb Hemoglobin Analyzer is discontinued as of December 31, 2016. We will continue to supply the test cards, controls and technical support through December 31, 2017.  Additionally, we will support the meters through the warranty period and after that as parts are available.

To learn about our other hemoglobin testing products, please visit the HemoPoint® H2 Hemoglobin Analyzer page.

Ordering Information – STAT-Site® MHgb Hemoglobin Analyzer Supplies

Description Reference Number Pack Qty
STAT-Site® M Hgb Test Cards 901025 4 x 25 Cards (with Code Key)
STAT-Site® M Hgb Hemoglobin Controls 503000 6 x 1.5 mL (3 Low, 3 High)
Description Reference Number Pack Qty
STAT-Site® M Hgb Battery Pack (3 Volt, LI) 900905 5 Batteries
STAT-Site® M Hgb Test CODE Key (extra) 901010 1 Each
12 µL Transfer Tubes 202012 100 Tubes


Methodology – Reflectance photometry

Principle – Azide methemoglobin

Sample Type – Whole blood

Sample Size – 1 drop (approximately 12 μL)

Linearity – 6 to 21 g/dL

Within run Precision CV – 3.5% to 4.9%

Total Precision CV – 2.9% to 4.2%

Calibration: Automatic (CODE Key)

Frequently asked questions

STAT-Site®Hgb Hemoglobin Analyzer is calibrated using a CODE key which is included with each analyzer. The CODE key is specific to every box of test cards. Extra CODE keys can be ordered if required.

One kit includes 100 test cards (4 x 25 cards per container) and a lot specific CODE key. STAT-Site®Hgb Hemoglobin Analyzer test cards can be stored at or below room temperature (28ºC/82ºF) until the expiration date.  After opening, each container can be used up to 90 days provided that it is closed after each use.

The STAT-Site®Hgb Hemoglobin Analyzer system is designed to provide values that are similar to those obtained using a hematology analyzer. It is intended to be used as a screening device for anemia much like a blood glucometer is used to screen for possible diabetes. Unexpected values should be confirmed by another method, such as a cell counter, in accordance with good clinical practice

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