biomedical test

biomedical test

A nonspecific term for any test intended to qualify or quantify a person’s or population’s health status or severity of disease. In medical and scientific parlance, a specific alternative is usually used—e.g., screening test, follow-up test, definitive test, etc.

biomedical test

A test intended to evaluate qualitative or quantitative derangements in physiology and predict impaired health due to exposure to hazardous materials
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Ozcan explained that their app for Google Glass and remote computing and data analysis power could deliver a one-two punch -provide quantified biomedical test results for individual patients, plus analyze all those data to determine whether an outbreak is imminent.
In June 2006, the Institute of Medicine recommended an increase in the use of prisoners as biomedical test subjects after laboratory scientists complained of a shortage of rhesus monkeys.
Peterlee-based Seaward, a market leader in the manufacture of electrical test instruments, is setting up two new businesses ( one specialising in biomedical test equipment and the other in developing specialist software and database management programmes.
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NASA's Commercial Biomedical Test Module (CBTM-3) experiment will examine whether the use of an antibody that blocks the action of the protein sclerostin can lead to gains in bone mass and thereby prevent skeletal deterioration.
According to the company, the state-of-the-art ElectroPuls systems are ideally suited for biomedical test laboratories.
Tenders are invited for the implementation of PNIER on the topic: Conducting biomedical tests aimed at identifying the effect of cluster processing on the thromboresistance of carbon materials, metals and medical alloys used in the construction of prostheses and paracorporeal devices used in cardiac Vascular Surgery "
It undertakes the manufacture and marketing of biomedical laboratory instruments, software and supplies that simplify, automate and innovate complex biomedical tests. Its products are used in a wide range of applications such as medical research, clinical trials and drug discovery, and diagnostic laboratories in hospitals.
"India and Santa Fe can work together in the development of new pharmaceutical and biopharmaceuticals, biomedical tests, new seeds, new products and processes to improve food industry and agricultural chains value and improvement of biofuel production.
Ultra-high stability and sealed quartz-crystal supply precision timing unaffected by AC line fluctuations, making the unit a suited timer for all industrial and biomedical tests. The timer's operating modes include count up, time out, cumulative split, interval split, alarm and clock.