Linearity analysis and comparison study on the epoc® point-of-care blood analysis system in cardiopulmonary bypass patients
The epoc® blood analysis system (Epocal Inc., Ottawa, Ontario, Canada) is a newly developed in vitro diagnostic hand-held analyzer for testing whole blood samples at point-of-care, which provides blood gas, electrolytes, ionized calcium, glucose, lactate, and hematocrit/calculated hemoglobin rapidly. The analytical performance of the epoc® system was evaluated in a tertiary hospital, see related research article “Analytical evaluation of the epoc® point-of-care blood analysis system in cardiopulmonary bypass patients” . Data presented are the linearity analysis for 9 parameters and the comparison study in 40 cardiopulmonary bypass patients on 3 epoc® meters, Instrumentation Laboratory GEM4000, Abbott iSTAT, Nova CCX, and Roche Accu-Chek Inform II and Performa glucose meters.
epoc® blood analysis system , In vitro diagnostics , Blood samples
Chen, J., Gorman, M., O’Reilly, B. and Chen, Y. (2016) 'Linearity analysis and comparison study on the epoc® point-of-care blood analysis system in cardiopulmonary bypass patients', Data in Brief, 6, pp. 847-852. doi:10.1016/j.dib.2016.01.040