Going, Going, Gone...
We would like to express our deepest thanks to all of our clients who have supported us and the Lactate Pro for so many years. Sadly, we must announce that our large inventrory purchase of Lactate Pro strips has been sold out and no additional stock will be avaialble.
You may be aware that prior to the discontinuation of the original Lactate Pro, Arkray began manufacturing a second-generation model for the international market called the Lactate Pro 2. Although the analyzer has been available overseas for several years, the company has not indicated when or if it will be released in North America.
At this time we have not identified an alternative analyzer that we feel delivers the accuracy and precision so many of you have come to rely on. Should a suitable product avail itself, rest assured we will post it to our site as well as contact you directly.
Thank you once again for your continued support.
Hughes: Lactate: What Does it Really Tell Us? (IVECCS 2010)
Acierno, M.J. and M.A. Mitchell. Evaluation of Four Point of Care Meters for Rapid Determination of Blood Lactate in Dogs.
Stevenson et al: Serial Blood Lactate Concentrations in Systemically Ill Dogs. (Abstract)
Henderson, Franklin et. al. Hyperlactatemia in Foals (AAEP 2007)
Sloet et. al.: Evaluation of the Usefulness of the Portable Device Lactate Pro for Measurement of Lactate Concentrations in Equine Whole Blood (Abstract)
Kobayashi: Simple Lactate Measurement in Horses Using a Portable Lactate Analyzer.
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