DXI – Access 25(OH) Vitamin D
Vitamin D is a critical nutrient to maintain strong bones. It is produced by the body in response to sunlight and occurs naturally in some foods. However, for some adults, factors such as restricted diet, frequent use of sunscreen and a sedentary lifestyle can lead to vitamin D deficiencies. Support optimal care for patients at risk for vitamin D deficiencies with the Access 25(OH) Vitamin D Total assay. Deliver fast, accurate results that clinicians can rely on with confidence when making therapeutic decisions.
Comprehensive and accurate
The Access 25(OH) Vitamin D Total assay meets the highest standards for vitamin D tests.
- Aligns with Ghent University 25(OH) standard, considered the world’s leading benchmark for vitamin D measurement
- Detects both 25(OH) vitamin D2 and 25(OH) vitamin D3, eliminating the need to run multiple tests
- Provides accurate vitamin D assessment, reducing the need for sample rerun
Optimized for the way you work
The Access 25(OH) Vitamin D Total assay reagent pack design preserves reagent integrity while providing greater storage flexibility.
- Prevent light-induced degradation with opaque reagent packaging
- Ensure reagent stability when you are ready to use it
- Store reagent where you need it, regardless of potential for light exposure, whether near equipment or at a central location
Compatible with all Access immunoassay analyzers
Your Access 25(OH) Vitamin D Total assays work with any immunoassay analyzer in the Access and UniCel Dxl lines*
- Standardize reagents for all laboratories in the network, whether they use high- or low-volume analyzers
- Provide consistent, correlated results to give physicians confidence in results
- Increase productivity by eliminating confusion around variation in reagent preparation and usage
|Serum, plasma (lithium heparin)/30 μL|
20% CV LoQ
|7.0 ng/mL (17.5 nmol/L)|
|Total imprecision ≤10.0% CV at concentrations >15.0 ng/mL (37.5 nmol/L), and Standard Deviation(SD) ≤1.5 ng/mL (3.8 nmol/L) at concentrations ≤15.0 ng/mL|
Time to First Result
|39 minutes (approx.)|