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  • Di. 03 Mai 2022

    Di. 03 Mai 2022

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    Faster and more effectivetechnology advances diagnostic testing within the walls of the central lab and indecentralized, near-patient settings. Explore the future of the lab and gain experts’insights on the broadened scope of the lab with test methods that provide qualityinformation supporting clinical needs and decision making.

    The lab of the future: How COVID-19 taught us the value of transcendent laboratory service

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  • Di. 03 Mai 2022

    Di. 03 Mai 2022

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    Omicron globally became the predominant SARS-CoV-2 variant in late 2021. Some studies have suggested Omicron has a different replication pattern that could affect detection by rapid antigen tests. Reports in social media have promulgated oral swabs as a superior sample for detecting Omicron in the early stage of infection compared to nasal swabs.

    Transitioning to Endemic COVID-19 Testing: Evidence-Based Assessment on Current and Future Rapid Antigen Test Detection

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  • Mi. 30 März 2022

    Mi. 30 März 2022

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    Join this global webinar for real-world case reports on new and breakthrough infections and practical strategies being implemented in the pediatric and adult settings that help facilitate optimal care and workflow in time sensitive care settings.

    COVID-19 co-infections: best practices for rapid differential diagnosis in pediatrics and adults

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  • Fr. 11 März 2022

    Fr. 11 März 2022

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    As variants evolve, vaccination gaps persist, and mask measures relax, diagnostic testing remains a cornerstone in the global fight against COVID-19.

    COVID-19 variants, vaccines and the value of rapid testing

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  • Mo. 07 März 2022

    Mo. 07 März 2022

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    On the threshold of the 2021-2022 respiratory season, this timely update centers on influenza A&B, the COVID-19 pandemic and steps healthcare systems are taking to prepare for the upcoming (and uncertain) respiratory season

    The unpredictable respiratory season: influenza and COVID-19

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    This updated guidance from the Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) aims to provide an evidence-based diagnostic guideline to assist clinicians, clinical laboratorians, patients and policymakers in decisions related to the optimal use of COVID-19 molecular diagnostic testing.

    IDSA guidelines on the diagnosis of COVID-19 molecular diagnostic testing

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    In this Q&A article, we look at some key questions healthcare professionals may have about point-of-care testing (POCT). We cover how POCT can be of value within specific clinical fields and in clinicians’ day-to-day roles, including discussion of how POCT may contribute to faster results, greater flexibility for patients and reduced antibiotic prescribing.

    Perspectives in point-of-care testing

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    What is known about C-Reactive Protein (CRP) in the context of COVID-19 patients (in .PDF file type)

    What is known about C-Reactive Protein (CRP) in the context of COVID-19 patients

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  • Mo. 13 Juli 2020

    Mo. 13 Juli 2020

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    Check out the on-demand educational recording from Africa Online Healthcare Week 2020 by clicking here. Dr Susanne Emmerich (Germany) discusses the relationship between diabetes and COVID-19, and how HbA1c point-of-care testing (POCT) impacts glycemic control in diabetic patients. Dr Carl Llor (Spain) discusses the value of C-reactive protein (CRP) POCT to aid assessment of COVID-19 and prevent unnecessary prescription of antibiotics.

    View expert presentations on point-of-care testing for diabetes and in the context of COVID-19

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