Point Of Care DiagnosticsX
Point-of-care (POC) diagnostics are used across care settings, from consumers’ homes to bedsides in hospital intensive care units. The point-of-care diagnostic industry marks the shift from curative to predictive medicine, and globally millions of dollars are spent annually on the market. Point-of-care diagnostics represent the middle ground between rapid testing performed near a patient that is low in complexity, and the advanced technology that uses clinical molecular diagnostics. To this end, point-of-care diagnostics seek rapid results with an ease-of-use operation. This collection of reports provides insight into the point-of-care diagnostics market’s developments, like its targeting of infectious diseases as initial objectives. Kalorama Information has routinely profiled the clinical POC diagnostics market in its product development trends, market opportunities, and current and future sales in several product categories. Our reports are leading resources for industry professionals interested in molecular POC diagnostics, retail clinic diagnostics, and physician office laboratory (POL) markets worldwide.
Lateral flow tests, also known as immunochromatographic strip (ICS) tests, offer dramatic benefits in the diagnostic process that point towards a robust market. LF tests are point of care tests that reduce the time spent waiting for test results from hours to minutes, require less training for operators, and reduce the cost of both device […]
February 1, 2007
The current population of India is 1.065 billion, and with a growth rate of 1.7%, India will surpass China to become the world’s largest country around 2030. For diagnostic manufacturers, this enormous market is just now being recognized as a high-growth area as the pace of economic growth in India accelerates and modern laboratory practices […]
December 1, 2006
This report takes a bold look into the markets, technologies, and trends in decentralized testing with a special focus on the economics of rapid test use in critical care and emergency medicine. There is also an emphasis on early disease detection via rapid test use in clinics and public venues. The report is conservative in […]
November 1, 2006