INFECTIOUS DISEASE


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  • Wed 21 Dec 2022

    Wed 21 Dec 2022

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    Gain the latest insights on respiratory infections and related rapid tests aimed at expediting appropriate isolation decisions and antiviral treatments. Be informed on the technology differences in diagnostic test methods and hear use cases on testing protocols focused on efficient patient management and quality initiatives, including antimicrobial stewardship.

    Respiratory Season: New Diagnostic Challenges and Strategies for Antimicrobial Stewardship

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  • Tue 02 Aug 2022

    Tue 02 Aug 2022

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    In this new webinar session, Doctor Nguyen explores the impact of the implementation of rapid molecular biology tests in the emergency department and the impact on patients care management within the emergency room.

    Clinical and operational impact of rapid point-of-care SARS-COV-2 detection in an emergency department

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  • Mon 04 Jul 2022

    Mon 04 Jul 2022

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    Join this global webinar focused on Group A Strep (GAS) pharyngitis diagnostics and patient care.

    Streptococcal pharyngitis: the case for rapid, accurate diagnosis and improved care

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  • Tue 03 May 2022

    Tue 03 May 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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  • Tue 03 May 2022

    Tue 03 May 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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  • Tue 26 Apr 2022

    Tue 26 Apr 2022

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    The implementation of LF-LAM in patients with advanced HIV disease has showed promise as a simple, inexpensive POC platform. The webinar serves to provide insight into practical implementation of LF-LAM and demonstrate the successful integration in the South African context.

    The importance of LF-LAM technology in TB diagnosis among patients with advanced HIV diagnosis

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  • Tue 26 Apr 2022

    Tue 26 Apr 2022

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    The webinar was an opportunity to share the success of HIV POC EID & VL monitoring in Mozambique and Cameroon to a larger audience and allow key stakeholders to be informed on the benefits of m-PIMA as a critical tool in reaching HIV targets.

    m-PIMA POC viral load & EID

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  • Fri 11 Mar 2022

    Fri 11 Mar 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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  • Wed 09 Mar 2022

    Wed 09 Mar 2022

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    One-size does not fit all across today's diverse and dynamic test settings. From antigen to molecular tests and various use cases, rapid test methods offer unique and overlapping utility, advantages, and disadvantages.

    Expert perspectives on rapid point-of-care testing for respiratory infections

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  • Mon 07 Mar 2022

    Mon 07 Mar 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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