COVERAGE INCLUDES: Trends in the global clinical diagnostics market and 2013-2019 market analysis by segment Factors driving growth in point-of-care testing
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is increasingly an integral part of patient healthcare in both developed and developing countries and BD is committed to expanding in this space.
The factors likely to fuel the growth of the market include on-going developments in analytical laboratory automation, swift progress in various fields of diagnosis such as point-of-care testing
, molecular diagnosis, immunoassays, hematology, flow cytometry, microbiology and finally, the geographical market expansion within emerging countries.
The College of American Pathologists' (CAP) Point-of-Care Testing
Resource Committee (3) endorses that position and created an online resource, the Point of Care Testing Toolkit, to help new and current POCT medical directors meet the medical, quality, and regulatory requirements of POCT.
for managers and policymakers; from rapid testing to better outcome.
When it comes to point-of-care testing
, what is good for the outpatient may not be good for the inpatient.
A review of patients seen in the Health Sciences Centre's emergency department found that about 45% of all patients have some blood work done and 17% of all patients meet the criteria for the point-of-care testing
During the past few years, point-of-care testing
(POCT) has grown at both adult and pediatric hospitals.
com is pleased to highlight a report by TriMark Publications, Point of Care Diagnostic Testing World Markets , that has the latest information on the point-of-care testing
HemoCue America , a global leader in advanced point-of-care testing
(POCT) systems, announced on October 18, 2013 that the American Red Cross, the world's largest blood bank organization, has signed a five-year agreement on instruments and consumables for hemoglobin testing of blood donors.
2,3) Point-of-care testing
is defined as testing at or near the site of patient care.
Some physicians believe point-of-care testing
enables real-time collection of laboratory data, permitting more rapid institution of therapy.