New fast, inexpensive, mobile device accurately identifies healthcare-acquired infections and communicates findings to doctors' smartphones and portable computers
from DARK Daily
Ongoing improvements in point-of-care testing are encouraging one major academic medical center to apply this mode of testing to the diagnosis of hospital-acquired infections (HAIs). This development should be of interest to clinical laboratory professionals and pathologists, since it has the potential to create a different way to identify patients with HAIs than medical lab tests done in the central laboratory.
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