clinical analysis

clinical analysis

the use of laboratory data, including blood tests, urinalysis, and microscopic tissue studies, in determining a diagnosis and treatment regimen.
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Contract notice: Framework agreement p / supply means p / performing clotting clinical analysis.
This tool can provide clinical analysis of the surface of the skin as well as measuring conditions below the surface of the skin.
The mass spectrometers measure the mass-to-charge ratio and the abundance of gas-phase ions and are highly useful in a range of sectors, including biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, geology, the environment and clinical analysis for things like neonatal screening.
Eight biomarkers were selected for extensive clinical analysis using 1000 blood samples.
It will provide full medical services, and will be equipped with an image diagnosis centre, a surgical block, an intensive care unit (ICU), a clinical analysis lab, a 24/7 emergency room, and 22 hospitalization rooms.
They include current topics of interest, such as novel types of CPEs (associated with the increased use of nanomaterials, ionic liquids, and other newly synthesized products), environmentally-friendly chemistry, and all the features illustrating flexible adaptation of CPEs, as well as recent trends in biological and clinical analysis.
In this climate of significant financial control, plans which involve extra expenditure are unlikely to be welcome, so our proposals to government will be accompanied by secure health economics data as well as proven clinical analysis and developed care pathways.
Wyburn-Mason often wrote that perhaps double-blind studies can discriminate between two similar NSAIDs, showing that one was slightly better than another; but beyond that, such studies could not substitute for intelligent clinical analysis and comparisons.
All Emageon solutions are built on a unified Enterprise Content Management system offering advanced visualization and infrastructure tools for the clinical analysis and management of digital medical images, reports and associated clinical content.
This work presents cutting-edge applications for the rapid assessment of fetal aneuploidies and Mendelian disorders on fetal material gained by invasive approaches, as well as procedures being validated for routine, noninvasive clinical analysis of cell free fetal DNA.
Most of the analyses described are suitable for research directed at the discovery of potential disease markers but do not have clearly identified applications for clinical analysis.
Prof Parker said: "In the short term we envisage that the method could be used for routine clinical analysis as the equipment required is commonly found in a modern analytical laboratory.
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