Randox is an international clinical diagnostic company with a mission to revolutionise healthcare. http://www.randox.com/
Dedicated to improving health worldwide
Randox products are used in over 130 countries worldwide by hospital laboratories, forensic laboratories, A&E units, doctor’s surgeries, food testing facilities, pharmaceutical companies and veterinary clinics. These organisations reap the benefits of using the highest quality tests and equipment.
Our extensive product portfolio includes the RX Series of clinical chemistry analysers and reagents. The Acusera range of controls are the most accurate, stable and consistent on the market. Principle control products include blood gas, cardiac, clinical chemistry, coagulation, diabetes, drugs of abuse, immunoassay, lipids, speciality controls, therapeutic drugs and urine. 24-7 is an inter-laboratory data management software and peer group reporting package. RIQAS is the largest global EQA scheme. This complete QC package provides confidence in results.
Randox has also developed the unique Biochip Array Technology (BAT) which allows simultaneous detection of multiple analytes from a single sample to produce a comprehensive patient profile. BAT brings greater efficiency to the laboratory as it reduces costs, resources and time spent on testing. Many clinical and research arrays are available on our range of four multiplex immunoassay analysers. Our life science division is a recognised primary manufacturer of high quality, cost effective human recombinant proteins, polyclonal antibodies, monoclonal antibodies and conjugates for a wide range of R&D applications.
Core products include the multi-award winning Biochip Array Technology, with a growing portfolio of multi-analyte assays for clinical and research use; RX Series clinical chemistry analysers and reagents, providing easy to use, high-throughput tests for all clinical applications; quality controls and EQA, to give confidence in your results; environmental diagnostics and a comprehensive range of recombinant proteins and antibodies.