Trends & Topics for the Laboratory World
In vitro diagnostics is an indispensable and - at the same time - highly efficient tool in medical practice. At this point HUMAN will present exciting trends & topics from the world of in vitro diagnostics for laboratory professionals all over the world.
On the way to way to eradicate one of the most important infectious diseases: Malaria-LAMP implementation in Senegal
Solutions for resource limited settings
Procalcitonin (PCT) - Different PCT levels due to different pathogens
Free Protein S - Protein S – a standard thrombophilia diagnostic parameter
Rheumatoid Factors - Rheumatism, when the body fights itself
Key levers to increase quality and safety in clinical chemistry
Why standardization in hematology is so special
Malaria testing solutions at a glance
Genetic characteristics influence susceptibility to COVID-19 Blood group A a risk factor for COVID-19?
Rapid detection of cardiac troponin to help diagnose myocardial infarction
Publication about COVID-19 Kidney disease
The guidance on coagulopathy in COVID-19
Main laboratory abnormalities associated with COVID-19
Faster and easier triage of COVID-19 patients by the use of hematology and CRP
New IVDR and its expected impact on the everyday laboratory practice
Urinary Total Protein - More Than Just Protein
When Activity Matters! Cholinesterase and Pesticide Exposure
The Diagnostic Gap of Tuberculosis: The Leading Killer Worldwide
From Microscopy to LAMP: Innovative Molecular Diagnostic Technology is paving the way for accurate, robust and easy-to-use detection of TB
Why antithrombin is so important
For someone experiencing thromboembolism, every second counts. Nevertheless, identifying abnormal risk factors potentially causing a thromboembolic event is of no minor importance. Correct diagnosis is critical to identify the underlying cause for changes in antithrombin levels and choosing the right treatment.