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This article reports the study results, which compare the MULTISTIX® 10SG urine strips and the Siemens CLINITEK Status®+ Analyzer with offerings from two other manufacturers.
Timeliness, effectiveness and safety are critical for acute care.Keeping this fact in mind, Siemens Healthineers Point of Care Diagnostics has designed the Stratus CS Acute Care Diagnostic System to best meet the requirements of the near-patient settings.
The CLINITEST hCG test employs an easy-to-use cassette that is utilized with the CLINITEK Status family of analyzers. After mounting the cassette on a test table, a urine sample is added to the sample well and the cassette is then automatically drawn into the analyzer. The analyzer reports qualitative hCG results as negative, positive or borderline:
Proximal flow sensors, used to measure expiratory flow, must be single-use for hygiene reasons. This means they must be both accurate and economical.
Microliter flow sensors allow the accurate administration of drug over long time periods, ensuring that the best patient treatment is provided.
Sensors which allow infusion pumps, used for intravenous therapies, to sense drug flow and patient heartbeat are being developed.
This article discusses medical microfluidic devices and the miniaturized flow sensors they benefit from.
Microthermal gas sensors are an important component in advanced medical technologies. What different methods can be used to measure gas flow?
Bioactive glass triggers specific biological activity which forms a layer on the glass surface with a material similar to hydroxyapatite.
Modern dentistry has undergone many developments, but despite this, there is still room for a great deal of improvement in dental research towards many different topics, ranging from dental surgery, brackets and braces, to the recurrent problem of teeth sensitivity.
Potential toxicity of amalgam has become an increasing concern, who increasingly prefer less conspicuous fillings.
In the United States, bone grafting was used for treating nearly two million patients between 1992 and 2007.
Over the past few years, developments in tissue engineering have made it possible to restore serious traumatic conditions.
Diabetes is a disease involving chronically high sugar levels in the blood, and around 422 million people across the world are suffering from this disease.
Many individuals with prediabetes or diabetes remain undiagnosed, which can be reduced with widespread POC HbA1c testing and monitoring diabetes symptoms.
Voice recognition is actively used in an array of ways: from improving customer service to combating crime, to name a few. In addition, BCC Research reveals that the global market for SR will increase from $104.4 billion in 2016 to $184.9 billion in 2021.
Symptoms of diabetes include short term including hypoglycaemia, and long term symptoms such as diabetic retinopathy and cardiovascular disease.
The medical industry is already using 3D printing, also referred to as additive manufacturing (AM) in many different areas.
Alarming statistics from the Mental Health Foundation indicate that there is clearly an unmet need in the provision of childhood mental health care and that mental health issues among children and adolescents are becoming increasingly common.
A common and effective way to recover from drug addiction is by booking yourself into a rehab centre to gain access to better treatment and professional support than you would receive at home.