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Swab Testing for Group B Strep: What Do We Need to Know?
2024-01-30
Swab Testing for Group B Strep: What Do We Need to Know?
Swab Testing for Group B Strep: What Do We Need to Know? One out of every five pregnant women carries Group B streptococcus (GBS) bacteria in their bodies. While GBS often causes no symptoms, it can spread to the newborn during childbirth and lead to lung infections, meningitis, and even death. Testing pregnant women for GBS is critical to protect little ones, but how we...
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Self-Swabbing: Revolutionizes Swabs for STI Testing?
2024-01-30
Self-Swabbing: Revolutionizes Swabs for STI Testing?
Self-Swabbing: Revolutionizes Swabs for STI Testing? Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) remain disturbingly common, with over 1.4 million chlamydia and 321,849 gonorrhea cases reported in the U.S. in 2011. Chlamydia and gonorrhea can severely impact fertility and reproductive health when left untreated, yet infections frequently have no symptoms. Traditional STI testin...
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The Role of Throat Swabs in Monkeypox Testing
2024-01-29
The Role of Throat Swabs in Monkeypox Testing
The Role of Throat Swabs in Monkeypox Testing As monkeypox cases continue rising globally, accurate diagnostic testing is critical for case confirmation and disease surveillance. While skin lesions enable clear diagnosis, could throat swabs provide an alternative for patients without rash? Emerging data indicates throat specimens may better detect monkeypox than expected...
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Everything You Need to Know about Colorectal Cancer Screening
2024-01-24
Everything You Need to Know about Colorectal Cancer Screening
Everything You Need to Know about Colorectal Cancer Screening Colorectal cancer is one of the most common cancers worldwide. Most colorectal cancers develop from benign polyps (adenomas and serrated polyps) through a series of genetic and epigenetic changes over 10-15 years. Colorectal polyps are extremely common; about half of people over 50 have polyps. Therefore, even...
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How Distributors Can Choose the Right POCT Products
2024-01-24
How Distributors Can Choose the Right POCT Products
How Distributors Can Choose the Right POCT Products With the gradual advancement of healthcare reforms, the POCT industry has seen rapid growth in China. Many distributors who have never dealt with POCT products before - distributors of medical devices, consumables, pharmaceuticals, IVD products, etc. - are also actively transitioning to expand into this field. However, ...
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How to Choose Antibodies
2024-01-24
How to Choose Antibodies
How to Choose Antibodies With the development of life sciences, research surrounding proteins is increasing, and the importance of antibody reagents in experiments is growing. Faced with a complex antibody reagent market, how to choose antibodies suitable for your experiments becomes especially important. When we want to detect the expression of a target protein i...
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A Complete Guide to qPCR Consumables Selection
2024-01-23
A Complete Guide to qPCR Consumables Selection
A Complete Guide to qPCR Consumables Selection Quantitative PCR (qPCR) has become the primary technique for viral nucleic acid detection. In addition to high-quality detection reagents and a stable qPCR instrument, the quality of detection consumables also greatly impacts the accuracy and sensitivity of results. So how does one select appropriate qPCR consumables? ...
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New Guidelines of HPV Testing for Cervical Cancer Screening
2024-01-23
New Guidelines of HPV Testing for Cervical Cancer Screening
New Guidelines of HPV Testing for Cervical Cancer Screening The Cancer Prevention and Control Professional Committee of the Chinese Preventive Medicine Association, the Colposcopy and Cervical Lesions Professional Committee of the Obstetrics and Gynecology Branch of the Chinese Medical Doctor Association, the Colposcopy and Cervical Pathology Branch of the China Associat...
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Laboratory Diagnosis of Influenza: A Guide
2024-01-22
Laboratory Diagnosis of Influenza: A Guide
Laboratory Diagnosis of Influenza: A Guide Influenza is an acute respiratory infectious disease caused by the influenza virus. Influenza viruses are single-stranded, negative sense RNA viruses of the Orthomyxoviridae family. Human influenza viruses are divided into three types - A, B and C - based on the antigenicity of their nucleoproteins. Influenza A and B viruses cir...
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Fecal Occult Blood Test Results and Stool Sample Collection
2024-01-22
Fecal Occult Blood Test Results and Stool Sample Collection
Fecal Occult Blood Test Results and Stool Sample Collection As an experienced lab technician, I have ten concerns regarding fecal occult blood testing that I'd like to share. Through this, you can learn how to interpret test results and understand their meaning. 1. Low Awareness of FOB Testing When a doctor orders a "fecal occult blood test," it's...
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Simplicity, Speed and Accuracy: Pick Two for Your POCT
2024-01-22
Simplicity, Speed and Accuracy: Pick Two for Your POCT
Simplicity, Speed and Accuracy: Pick Two for Your POCT The impossible trinity refers to the difficult trade-offs countries face in trying to achieve incompatible policy goals related to the economy, society, and finance. Similarly, in the IVD field there is an "impossible trinity" for POCT products - it is not possible for a single product to be technically advanced, hav...
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How to Choose the Right Type of Sample Collection Swabs
2024-01-17
How to Choose the Right Type of Sample Collection Swabs
How to Choose the Right Type of Sample Collection Swabs Sample collection is the critical first step of any testing process. Swab quality directly impacts downstream test results, yet this aspect is often overlooked with minimal research dedicated to it. Most guidelines only provide broad requirements for sampling, some barely mentioning swab materials. As a meticulous t...
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