Hematology analyzer (CBC machine) is an essential machine for hospitals to conduct blood routine examinations, and has been widely used in hospitals at all levels around the world. The hematology analyzer not only improves the accuracy of experimental results, but also provides many experimental indicators, which play an important role in the diagnosis and differential diagnosis of diseases.

Chemistry analyzers are medical laboratory devices used to calculate the concentration of certain substances within samples of serum, plasma, urine and/or other body fluids. Substances analyzed through these instruments include certain metabolites, electrolytes, proteins, and/or drugs.
There are two types of chemistry analyzers: Semi-automated and Fully-automated. Fully-automated chemistry analyzers don't need human intervention in mixing samples or in dispensing reagents. Both machine types have an optical system and follow the same turbidimetry method in reading concentrations.

A machine that enables the testing of blood samples for the blood clotting properties in the individual is a Coagulation Analyzer.
A blood coagulometer is an analyzer used to test the coagulation efficiency of blood so as to diagnose and assess bleeding disorders such as hemophilia or to monitor patients who are taking anticoagulant medicines such as aspirin, heparin, or warfarin.