Pathfast is an easy to use, bench-top chemiluminescent immunoassay analyzer providing affordable, core-lab quality results from whole blood samples in under 17 minutes. With the flexibility to run up to six tests simultaneously, and results that are unaffected by hemolysis, Pathfast ensures accurate results are available to the caregiver quickly – improving patient outcomes, and overall cardiac care.

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FLEXIBILITY

With the ability to run whole blood or plasma samples, Pathfast allows for up to six simultaneous tests in under 17 minutes. Pathfast results are unaffected by hemolysis,† providing accurate, fast results – helping clinicians diagnose, treat and discharge patients more effectively and efficiently.

† up to 1000 mg/dL

PRECISION

Pathfast is #1 for precision among point-of-care analyzers*

With a 5.1% CV for Troponin I at the 99th percentile cutoff, Pathfast provides doctors, nurses and technicians core-lab quality results from a bench-top analyzer. A high level of accuracy is achieved through a combination of chemilluminescence technology and proprietary Magtration® technology.

* IFCC Table of analytical characteristics of commercial cardiac Troponin I and T assay declared by the manufacturer – November 2014 version (www.ifcc.org)

QUALITY & COMPATIBILITY

Pathfast is manufactured in Japan from quality components and under the strictest quality control standards. The unit easily interfaces with Laboratory Information Systems for seamless integration into your facility.

EASY TO USE

Pathfast utilizes a single test cartridge for each analyte – no additional buffers or substrates required and no wasted reagents. The color touchscreen features easy-to-read controls, and fewer than 5 easy steps to potentially life-saving results.

With the ability to run whole blood or plasma samples, Pathfast allows for up to six simultaneous tests in under 17 minutes. Pathfast results are unaffected by hemolysis,† providing accurate, fast results – helping clinicians diagnose, treat and discharge patients more effectively and efficiently.

† up to 1000 mg/dL

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