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White CardioChek PA Thermal Printer

white cardiochek printer

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Distributor
of CardioChek

Printer to be used with the White CardioChek PA (version 2.54 and lower)

The printer:

  • Takes up little space in the professional office setting (7 in. long, 3.5 in. wide, 5.5 in. high)
  • Weighs only 2 pounds
  • Automatic result printout at completion of testing
  • Prints test results stored in system's memory
  • Prints on 500-count thermal labels (2 1/4" x 3") or thermal paper rolls (sold separately)
  • Printer cable sold separately

The CardioChek PA  Thermal Printer is for use with the PTS CardioChek™ PA professional whole blood test system. The CardioChek PA Thermal Printer, designed to meet the needs of the professional office, allows individual test results to be printed out when performing tests on the CardioChek PA.

The CardioChek PA Thermal Printer takes up little space. It measures seven inches long, 3.5 inches wide, 5.5 inches high, and weighs only three pounds. The CardioChek PA Thermal Printer is capable of printing test results with time and date information upon completion of testing, or can be printed from recalling a previous test in the CardioChek PA analyzer's memory. The printer is capable of printing on 500-count thermal labels or thermal paper rolls. The printer and all accessories are available from Authorized PTS Distributors.

The CardioChek PA provides the fastest available test results on the most portable, whole blood test system for the CLIA-Waived, physician office laboratory market. This efficient and affordable point-of-care testing system is capable of performing both lipid panel testing (total cholesterol, HDL cholesterol, triglycerides, calculated LDL cholesterol, and total cholesterol: HDL Cholesterol ratio) from a single drop of blood, as well as single test capabilities for total cholesterol, HDL cholesterol, triglycerides, glucose, ketones, and creatinine. The CardioChek PA system meets the monitoring requirements of the National Cholesterol Education Program (NCEP) and most tests are eligible for Medicare and other insurance reimbursement.