HQ-Chex is a hematology control that evaluates the accuracy and precision of select HemoCue® glucose and hemoglobin analyzers. It is available in three clinically significant levels.

HQ-Chex hematology control for HemoCue glucose and hemoglobin analyzers

HQ-Chex is an assayed, whole blood glucose and hemoglobin quality control for use with select HemoCue systems. Designed to resemble the performance of patient samples, HQ-Chex is available in three clinically significant levels and has a long shelf life which reduces the number of shipments, associated costs and time spent performing lot-to-lot correlation. It is packaged in squeeze dropper vials for accurate sample dispensing, eliminating the need to pipette.

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HQ-Chex hematology control for HemoCue glucose and hemoglobin analyzers


  • Whole blood control resembles patient sample
  • Available in three clinically significant levels
  • Packaged in plastic squeeze dropper vials
  • Compatible with HemoCue Glucose 201 Analyzer, Hb201+ Analyzer and B-Hemoglobin Photometer
  • 30-day open-vial stability; 180-day closed-vial stability


  • Established assay ranges provide less room for error
  • Long shelf life reduces the number of shipments and associated costs
  • Fewer lot-to-lot correlations save time and resources
  • Access to STATS®, our free interlaboratory quality control program for peer group data comparison
DescriptionCatalog Number
6 x 2.5 mL (Levels 1,2 & 3)232756
6 x 2.5 mL (Level 1)232753
6 x 2.5 mL (Level 2)232754
6 x 2.5 mL (Level 3)232755
6 x 2.5 mL (Levels 1 & 3)232757

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