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Lab Automation Grows from Strength to Strength

Jun 17 2008

Just four years after being launched, Olympus has installed its 100th OLA2500 system for the automation of pre and post analytical processes at the Medizinischen Laboratorium Kyritz. Installed in January, the 100th system has already been responsible for improving workflow
efficiency and demonstrates the breakthrough Olympus has made in the
lab automation market in Germany.
As is the case throughout the healthcare community, laboratories today require intelligent solutions to successfully combat rising costs. With its diverse automation capabilities, the OLA2500 boasts just such savings potential. One example is in the system’s ability to manage standard processes such as the decapping, aliquoting, barcoding, sorting and sealing of test tubes, saving valuable time, money and energy.
One of the companies taking advantage of the benefits offered by the OLA2500 is the Medizinischen Laboratorium Kyritz (Kyritz Medical Laboratory or MLK) in the northeast German state of Brandenburg, where, since the end of January, numerous tasks have been handed over and
entrusted to automated lab management.
For Olympus, this implementation is an important milestone.

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