Tina-quant IgM Gen.2

Catalog Number: 05220726190

SYSTEM INFORMATION

IGM‑2: ACN 8465 (Standard application)

INTENDED USE

In vitro test for the quantitative determination of IgM in human serum and plasma on Roche/Hitachi cobas c systems.

STORAGE AND STABILITY

 IGM‑2
Shelf life at 2‑8 °C: See expiration date on cobas c pack label.
On‑board in use and refrigerated on the analyzer: 4 weeks
On‑board on the Reagent Manager: 24 hours
Diluent NaCl 9 %
Shelf life at 2‑8 °C: See expiration date on cobas c pack label.
On‑board in use and refrigerated on the analyzer: 4 weeks
On‑board on the Reagent Manager: 24 hours

Specimen collection and preparation

APPLICATION FOR SERUM AND PLASMA

Standard application (IGM-2)

CALIBRATION

Calibration interval may be extended based on acceptable verification of calibration by the laboratory.

 Standard application (IGM-2)
 Calibrators S1: H2OS2‑S6: C.f.a.s. Proteins
Multiply the lot‑specific C.f.a.s. Proteins calibrator value by the factors below to determine the standard concentrations for the 6‑point calibration curve:
S2: 0.150 S5: 1.00
S3: 0.300 S6: 4.57
S4: 0.500
Calibration mode RCM
Calibration frequency Full calibration• after reagent lot change• as required following quality control procedures.
 Sensitive application (IGMP2)
Calibrators S1: H2OS2‑S6: C.f.a.s. Proteins
Multiply the lot‑specific C.f.a.s. Proteins calibrator value by the factors below to determine the standard concentrations for the 6‑point calibration curve:
S2: 0.0250 S5: 0.250
S3: 0.0625 S6: 1.00
S4: 0.125
Calibration mode RCM
Calibration frequency Full calibration• after reagent lot change• as required following quality control procedures.

MULTIPLY THE LOT‑SPECIFIC C.F.A.S. PROTEINS CALIBRATOR VALUE BY THE FACTORS BELOW TO DETERMINE THE STANDARD CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 6‑POINT CALIBRATION CURVE:

CALIBRATION MODE

CALIBRATION FREQUENCY

FULL CALIBRATION• AFTER REAGENT LOT CHANGE• AS REQUIRED FOLLOWING QUALITY CONTROL PROCEDURES.

MULTIPLY THE LOT‑SPECIFIC C.F.A.S. PROTEINS CALIBRATOR VALUE BY THE FACTORS BELOW TO DETERMINE THE STANDARD CONCENTRATIONS FOR THE 6‑POINT CALIBRATION CURVE:

CALIBRATION MODE

CALIBRATION FREQUENCY

FULL CALIBRATION• AFTER REAGENT LOT CHANGE• AS REQUIRED FOLLOWING QUALITY CONTROL PROCEDURES.

CALIBRATION INTERVAL MAY BE EXTENDED BASED ON ACCEPTABLE VERIFICATION OF CALIBRATION BY THE LABORATORY.

LIMITS AND RANGES

Measuring range

MEASURING RANGE

Standard application (IGM‑2):

LOWER LIMITS OF MEASUREMENT

Lower detection limit of the test

SPECIFIC PERFORMANCE DATA

Representative performance data on the analyzers are given below. Results obtained in individual laboratories may differ.

PRECISION

Precision was determined using human samples and controls in an internal protocol with repeatability (n = 21) and intermediate precision (3 aliquots per run, 1 run per day, 21 days). The following results were obtained:

PRECISION WAS DETERMINED USING HUMAN SAMPLES AND CONTROLS IN AN INTERNAL PROTOCOL WITH REPEATABILITY (N = 21) AND INTERMEDIATE PRECISION (3 ALIQUOTS PER RUN, 1 RUN PER DAY, 21 DAYS). THE FOLLOWING RESULTS WERE OBTAINED:

RESULTS FOR INTERMEDIATE PRECISION WERE OBTAINED ON THE MASTER SYSTEM 501 ANALYZER.

METHOD COMPARISON

IgM values for human serum and plasma samples obtained on a Roche/Hitachi cobas c 701 analyzer (y) were compared with those determined using the corresponding reagent on a Roche/Hitachi cobas c 501 analyzer (x).

BABLOK W, PASSING H, BENDER R, ET AL. A GENERAL REGRESSION PROCEDURE FOR METHOD TRANSFORMATION. APPLICATION OF LINEAR REGRESSION PROCEDURES FOR METHOD COMPARISON STUDIES IN CLINICAL CHEMISTRY, PART III. J CLIN CHEM CLIN BIOCHEM 1988 NOV;26(11):783-790.