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Portable Blood Gas Analyzer

MCL0698  Portable Blood Gas Analyzer provides accurate measurements of pH, pO2, pCO2, and other parameters in arterial blood samples.
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  • MCL0698

  • MeCan

Portable Blood Gas Analyzer



Key Feature:

Accurate,reliable and maintenance-free

Self-calibration for each test

Accurate results in approximately 5 minutes

Dry chemistry method,no reagent pack required,no

carry-over contamination

Lightweight and portable

Rechargeable lithium battery:more than 50 tests


Weight:3+0.5 kg (including battery)


Quick start tutorial

8-inch full HD touchscreen

Smart identification in cartridge

Feedback of cartridge insertion

Identification of the cartridge expiration date

Automatic quality control

Regular QC reminders

Power on Self-Test

Dual quality control:electronic simulator and controls

Test parameters and clinical significance


Potassium ion (K)

Even small changes in extracellular K'concentration will have significant effects on the transmembrane potential gradient,and thereby the function of

neuromuscular and cardiac tissues.

Sodium ion (Na)

As the most abundant extracellular fluid solute,Na'is the major determinant of its osmolality and thereby the principal determinant of water distribution between

the intracellular and extracellular compartments.This highlights the role of Na'in the maintenance of blood volume and thereby blood pressure.

Chloride ion (Cl)

As the second most abundant extracellular fluid ion after Na',and the most abundant extracellular fluid anion,CH-is essential for the maintenance of nommal plasma osmolarity.

Free calcium ion (iCa2+)

The maintenance of iCa2 within normal limits is not only important for the structural integrity of bones but for a range of physiological functions,including:

hemostasis,cardiac and skeletal muscle cell contraction,neuromuscular transmission and action of many hormones(calcium-signaling).

pH、Blood Gas

Acidity and alkalinity (pH)

The pH level is an indicator of the acidity and alkalinity of the blood.The abnormal pH level indicates an acid-base imbalance.

Carbon dioxide partial pressure (pCO,)

pCO,is the partial pressure generated by physically dissolved CO,molecules in the blood and is an important indicator of the effectiveness of alveolar


Oxygen partial pressure (pO)

pO,is the partial pressure generated by the physically dissolved O,molecules in the blood and reflects the oxygen uptake by the pulmonary capillary blood.

Biochemical metabolites/Hematocrit

Glucose concentration (Glu)

Glucose is the primary source of energy for the organism and the only source of specialized nutrition for brain tissue.The measurement of blood glucose levels

is extremely important for the diagnosis and treatment of patients with diabetes and hypoglycemia.

Lactic acid concentration (Lac)

Lactate is an indicator to assess the degree of tissue hypoperfusion and cellular hypoxia.

Hematocrit (Hct)

The percentage of red blood cells to whole blood volume is the main indicator of blood viscosity,anemia,severe blood loss and the body's ability to transfuse