For example, a large, retrospective cross-sectional study of diabetic patients found that the availability of POCT
not only lowers HbAlc in the short term (<1.
track also will examine mobile health's role in delivering care outside the hospital, broaching the implementation of mHealth concepts and their potential impact on patient care and outcomes.
To calculate the market size, the report considers the revenue generated from sales of POCT
diagnostic devices, including instruments and consumables
The report covers the current scenario and the growth prospects of the POCT
market in the US for the period of 2015-2019.
Excluded events included POCT
performed by physicians and testing performed on POCT
instruments in the laboratory.
has both convenience and speed, but critical point-of-care values may not be accurate as tests performed in the clinical laboratory.
Can nurses perform multiple POCT
and be trained in GCLP?
Shivkumar and her colleagues found blood-based POCTs
(using serum, plasma, or whole blood) to be the most accurate of the tests evaluated in the included studies, showing 98.
The aim of the study was to explore the feasibility of POCT
Hb and microalbumin in people with T2DM attending routine outpatient clinic appointments (OPC).
One of the major advantages of POCT
is that it provides much faster access to test results, allowing for more rapid clinical decision making and more-appropriate treatments and interventions.
The first involved analysis of quantitative data collected to measure change in clinical decisions associated with POCT
The trend toward more POCT
has been driven by the quick diagnostic benefits these instruments offer, in addition to the nationwide effort to improve patient care and time to treatment.