By Rohit Shroff

Anthony Nuccio, Chief Operating Officer, ADO Health Services introduces their sample preparation process, which begins at the point of collection.

Urine toxicology automated sample preparation.

Nuccio describes benefits of automated sample preparation for urine toxicology.

Using a web based LIS system, the sample is ready to go when it arrives in the laboratory. The automation workflow includes a Fluent® aliquoting system and a Freedom EVO® 100, which offers two parallel workflows simultaneously: Hydrolysis and dilute and shoot. Anthony goes on to cover the benefits of automation as seen at ADO Health Services including an overall productivity increase of at least 50%.

Discover the benefits of automated sample preparation for urine toxicology. Watch the video now.


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About the author

Nicholas Smith

Nicholas Smith

Nicholas Smith is Head of Global Marketing and Portfolio Management for Tecan’s Partnering Business. A key function of his team is to work closely with customers to develop new product concepts and proposals based on a thorough analysis of their specific requirements. Nicholas’ joined Tecan in 2012 from Roche Diagnostics where he worked for over 20 years in a variety of roles within marketing and business development.