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diagnostic test

A generic term for any test used to determine the nature or severity of a particular condition—e.g., imaging, laboratory tests, etc.
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- How is each segment of the global NGS based monitoring and diagnostic test market expected to grow during the forecast period and what is the estimated revenue to be generated by each of the segments by the end of 2028?
At 31st March 2019, 21.7% (28,310) of patients were waiting more than 26 weeks for a diagnostic test compared with 22.2% (28,015) at 31st December 2018 and 16.0% (17,065) at 31st March 2018.
Among the many diagnostic tests that can be adapted to their point-of-care smartphone format, Long said, is an enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA), which detects and measures a wide variety of proteins and antibodies in blood and is commonly used for a wide range of health diagnostics tests.
In the Table 1, diagnostic test A (gold standard) identified 40 disease cases (a+c) whereas out of these disease cases, test B identified 30 disease cases and missed disease cases were 10(c).
This technology-based advance in the provision of information on the testing methodology and on the disease itself is a first among Japanese domestic diagnostic test manufacturers.
"The average waiting time for diagnostic tests is still low at 2.3 weeks.
To facilitate this effort, plasma from well-characterized individuals of diverse racial and ethnic backgrounds with normal glucose tolerance, impaired glucose tolerance, and type 2 diabetes will be made available to investigators for validation of potential new diagnostic tests.
To address this financial constraint, he and many other researchers in the field are designing diagnostic tests, based on devices called microfluidic chips, that could be cheap enough for doctors to use wherever they happen to be in the world.
The diagnostic test will detect a recently described gene called PCA3 DD3 that has been shown by studies to date to be over-expressed only in malignant prostate tissue.
As a follow-up to the "Workshop on Measurement Traceability for Clinical Laboratory Testing and In Vitro Diagnostic Test Systems," NIST is developing a database of currently available reference materials and methods, which will be accessible on the NIST World Wide Web site within the next few months.
These decision support systems perform something like automated textbooks and electronic consultants: Enter a patient's history, including symptoms, findings on physical examination, and diagnostic test results, and the programs will give you a differential diagnosis.
Summary: The report commences with the executive summary of the Preterm birth diagnostic test kits market report, which includes the summary of key findings and key statistics of the market.

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