HRPZII introduces first automated laboratory system in Malaysia

KOTA BAHARU: The Raja Perempuan Zainab II Hospital (HRPZII) here has introduced a RM4.8 million automated laboratory system to ensure security of laboratory tests and accuracy of results.

Kelantan Health Department director, Datuk Dr Ahmad Razin Ahmad Mahir said the system using the 'Beckman Coulter' model is more integrated, automated and efficient.

This was because it could produce results faster and more accurately, he told reporters after launching the system here today.


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