The key to dealing with the Ebola outbreak is not to panic, but to be aware about the disease, how it spreads, and how to control it. Here are some facts about the disease and preparedness tips for nurses, laboratory personnel and other frontline caregivers. Crucial facts The 2014 Ebola outbreak is caused by the [...]
The demand for medical laboratory equipment is expected to rise in the next 3 to 5 years. Here are some of the main factors responsible for this trend.
Buy laboratory equipment that is energy-efficient. Whether you are purchasing centrifuges, analyzers, spectrophotometer or refrigerators, make sure that you go for powerful technology that uses less energy, emits less heat and works quietly.
One obvious way of minimizing this risk is by using a safe blood collection set. Greiner Winged Safety Blood Collection Set is specially designed with a safety mechanism that protects blood collection personnel as well as patients.
If you are buying a chemistry analyzer for your lab, look for one that’s fully automated and can perform a wide range of tests. Consider its diagnostic value, clinical efficiency and economic efficacy.
Many studies point to the efficacy of BNP in measuring heart failure and thereby facilitating early treatment. the Triage® BNP Test is the only CLIA waived blood test measuring BNP.
The demand for the point-of-care test is growing with its increased contribution to patient care and physician efficiency. POC testing may not replace lab testing and should, in fact, complement each other.
DPC Immulite 1000 is a chemistry analyzer that can perform rapid tests for cardiac biomarkers, infectious diseases, reproductive, thyroid, anemia function, diabetes, TDM, endocrinology, tumor markers, drugs of abuse, serology, allergy, and esoteric in random access mode.
MEDICA 2011 held in Düsseldorf, Germany from 16-19 November concluded successfully. MEDICA is the world’s largest event for the medical sector and the meeting point for a wide range of professionals and businesses.
All medical lab equipment must meet the necessary standards and lab personnel should be trained to take quality control and improvement seriously.