Author：MeCan Medical–ultrasound machine manufacturers
First, ending method. It is completely converted into a product, no longer reaches the end point, and the absorption of the reaction ending point is calculated to calculate the concentration of the measured substance. Almost all except enzymes, BUN and CRE in the biochemical test are detected by the end point method.
1. One end point method. The absorbance of the point at the end of the reaction is calculated to calculate the result.
2. Two -point end point method. At the beginning of the reaction, the absorbance of a point is read, and the second point is taken at the end of the reaction to the end point. Calculate the results with the difference in the second point inhalation. It is mainly used to deduct reagents and sample blank. Guarantee the accuracy of the results.
Second, fixed time method. The result is to calculate the results in the difference between the two points in the reaction. These two points are neither the starting point nor the end point. It is mainly used to detect some non -specific items, such as creatinine.
3. Continuous monitoring method. When determining the activity or enzyme metabolites of the enzyme, the linear changes in the reaction curve are continuously taken to calculate the results. Because the absorbance difference between each point in the reactive time is zero, it is also called zero -level reaction.
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