Demand Surges For Abbott Labs Rapid Coronavirus Test As New Data Support Accuracy
Demand for Abbott Laboratories rapid test for Covid-19 continues to surge while the U.S. Food and Drug Administration reviews a small number of false negative reports and more data comes out to support the diagnostic’s accuracy.
Talk about big data overload. Over the next minute, there will be 204 million emails sent, 31 million Facebook messages exchanged, 21 million mobile interactions and 2.4 million Google searches. [...]
How a Real Testing Lab Tests Herbal Extracts
The uproar caused by New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman in February is based upon testing methods that are neither scientifically valid nor
Why lab tests are important
Chair`s Invited Session. Clinical Lab 2.0: How Laboratories Can Support Value Based Care,...
70th AACC Annual Scientific Meeting & Clinical Lab Expo - Chicago, IL 07/30/2018 2:30 PM Until 07/30/2018 5:00 PM Product Category: Scientific Session Session Level: Basic Session Overview: Population health management is emerging as a method to aggregate clinical data and produce actionable insights. Laboratories can leverage historical and longitudinal test results to develop targeted population health management tools integrated into clinical workflows. Results of these…
Scientists at Abbott discover first new HIV strain since 2000: ‘We’re working to stay a step...
The newly discovered strain, called HIV-1 Group M, subtype L, was first collected in the 1980s in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, but there were only two samples that could be examined via gene sequencing.
Video From BlackBerry Testing Lab
Have you ever wondered about the testing your BlackBerry device has undergone before it was released for sale? …
WASHINGTON, March 8, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Most of us know about lab tests for high cholesterol and how...
Lab Culture Ep. 11: What if there were no public health labs?
Maybe the saying is true: you don’t know what you had until it is gone. For the families in this episode, the absence of public health laboratories turned their worlds upside down and negatively impacted both the present and future. These families represent us all and highlight the vulnerabilities that would exist if there were…
New Lab Matters: 100 Years of Influenza
In 1918, no one even knew for sure that influenza was a viral disease; but then, the field of public health laboratory practice was still in its infancy. One hundred years later, public health is in a much better place, but critical preparedness gaps still persist. As our feature article shows, public health laboratories are…
New to the Lab : How I Became a Medical Laboratory Scientist
Ever since the days of watching Bill Nye the Science Guy, I've had a passion for science -- specifically biology. In school, I loved looking through microscopes, learning about DNA, dissecting things and all the subtopics in-between. So, when it came
Grove Labs Case Study by RAPID
RAPID Case Study: Grove Labs - Read how leading companies are using RAPID to tear down development obstacles and get products to market faster.
Top Ten Things You Should Know About Lab Tests
In recognition of Medical Laboratory Professionals Week, April 24-30, 2016, we asked several lab professionals to list key facts that they think are important for patients and their healthcare practitioners to know about laboratory tests.
How to run a successful research lab without having a lab
Atul Butte gave an impressive talk about how his group figures out what to do …
How to Choose and Work Effectively with a Contract Lab
How should a lab and company work together to ensure effective outcomes What questions should you ask prospective labs before contracting with them What cGMP requires and does NOT require when it comes to testing? What documentation is needed? What is fit for purpose testing and why is it significant? How to interpret and use lab results Strategies for evaluating testing costs and cost estimates What…
How Lab Rats Are Changing Our View of Obesity
New study findings may flesh out chemical influences
DSHEA: 20 Years Later...from a Lab Perspective
If Alkemist Labs had a grandfather his name would be DSHEA. He would be 20 years old and have had already fathered a son named cGMPs, who would have fathered a handful of testing labs. Without either there would simply be no lab perspective In 1992, spearheaded by Loren Israelsen of UNPA and a small group of other legal warriors, the Health Freedom Act was born. Over the course of the next two years it matured and became what we now know as…
Super Shoes Integrates a Rapid Test and Learn Process
Quad assisted Super Shoes in a new data-driven hyper-personalized direct mail campaign that bolstered record conversion and response rates.
Glucose Meters in Critically Ill Patients: What New Guidance Means for Labs
Recently federal and state regulators issued rules and guidance around how blood glucose meters should be used in hospitals, and with critically ill patients.