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Automated phlebotomy tube labeller

Dr Sudip Kr Datta
Asst Prof, Lab Medicine

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Automated phlebotomy tube labeller

  1. 1. CEUTEH‘16 Dr Sudip Kr Datta • MBBS, MD (Biochemistry) • Asst Professor, Dept. of Lab Medicine • Before joining AIIMS worked as faculty in VMMC & Safdarjung Hospital and PGIMER, Chandigarh. • Currently looking after Clinical Biochemistry services in AIIMS and has several research publications in the field of Clinical Biochemistry. • Active member of professional bodies like ACBI, AMBI and ALPI. • Certified Internal auditor for NABL. • Actively involved in implementation and development of LIS at AIIMS
  2. 2. Automated phlebotomy tube labeller Dr Sudip Kr Datta Asst Prof, Lab Medicine
  3. 3. Need for use of technology • Importance of diagnostic tests in overall patient care • Ever-increasing number of patients and number of diagnostic tests • Growing demand for infrastructure v/s appropriate usage of technology
  4. 4. Automation in laboratory medicine
  5. 5. Automation in analytical phase
  6. 6. Automation in post-analytical phase
  7. 7. Pre-analytical phase Central Collection Facility
  8. 8. Existing sample collection process OPD Tests ordered by clinicians OPD counters Appointments for lab tests generated Registration counter Electronic test requisition forms (eTRF) filled Registration counter Bar codes generated and pasted on appropriate tubes Phlebotomy desk Phlebotomy done and samples taken Sorting and despatch Samples sorted and sent to different labs
  9. 9. Problems in existing process OPD Tests ordered by clinicians OPD counters Appointments for lab tests generated Registration counter Electronic test requisition forms (eTRF) filled Registration counter Bar codes generated and pasted on appropriate tubes Phlebotomy desk Phlebotomy done and samples taken Sorting and despatch Samples sorted and sent to different labs
  10. 10. Problems with the existing system • Transcriptional errors while filling eTRF • Generation of wrong bar codes: – Mismatch of patient’s identity and UHID • Wrong tubes used for sampling • Wrong bar codes pasted on tubes • Bar codes pasted wrongly on tubes
  11. 11. What is an APTL ?
  12. 12. Functionalities • Integrates with Hospital LIS • Automatic Tube Selection – Accepts any kinds of tubes with diameter 12- 17mm and 75-100mm length. – Blank tubes can be loaded from the machine front by opening the independent drawer. • Easy to Use – Prepares patients kits right after data comes from LIS/HIS. No further operation necessary.
  13. 13. • Pre-Label Detection – Detects the label by tube supplier and labelling is done exactly on the same position. • Auto-check facility • Individual patient kit Functionalities
  14. 14. • Output channels – Horizontal output may be used for routine – Stacker output may be used as STAT for priority patients. • Statistical Data – Built-in software displays statistical data regarding tube consumption and patient distribution etc. on a daily, weekly or monthly basis – Enables tracking of samples. Functionalities
  15. 15. OPD LIS Regn desk Output Phlebotomy desk APTL Bar codes
  16. 16. Benefits • Ensures patient safety: ↓ Labelling errors • Efficiency – ↓ Human intervention: ↓ bio-hazards • Speed • Cost effectiveness – ↓ space requirements – ↓ infrastructure requirements – ↓ manpower requirements – ↓ Cost due to errors
  17. 17. Lean and clean future Thank you
  • BranbevByas

    Jun. 18, 2017
  • MehtabAlam10

    Apr. 8, 2017

Dr Sudip Kr Datta Asst Prof, Lab Medicine

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