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Allergy Studies
Feb 17, 2022
Heska is a leader in pet immunotherapy and complete allergy solutions who holds about 400 issued and pending patents worldwide for their unique allergy/immunology technology. At least eight human phar..
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Blood Typing
Feb 17, 2022
Diagnostics are essential tools to ensure the health of domestic and wild animals for both endemic and emerging diseases. They allow animal health professionals to understand and manage the general health status of domestic animals, and they are essential for animal health authorities during the emergence of disease and in the eradication or control of notifiable animal diseases. They are also important tools to support public health initiatives in the case of zoonotic disease control and can be used in the fight against antimicrobial resistance. Diagnostic assays can play an important role in the testing of new and authorised biologics.
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Diagnostic & Reference Laboratory
Sep 20, 2021
In-clinic diagnostic tests and instrumentation, reference laboratory and telemedicine consultation services, and practice management software—enhance the ability of veterinarians to provide advanced medical care, improve staff efficiency, and build more economically successful practices.
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Molecular Quality Control
Sep 19, 2021
Molecular products that includes controls and validation panels to assist in the implementation and monitoring of assays for clinical and research laboratories, blood centers, and IVD manufacturers
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Logistics services for biological substances, clinical supplies, and medical equipment
Sep 19, 2021
Lab work is laborious and time consuming. Precious time is often taken to prepare your specimens and getting a generic local service provider with no knowledge of your industry could ruin all your eff..
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PET Imaging Consumeable
Jun 01, 2021
PET Imaging Consumable: Rotem Industries Medical Imaging division is a world leader in consumables for PET imaging. Nuclear medicine uses small amounts of radioactive material called radiotracers. Doctors use nuclear medicine to diagnose, evaluate, and treat various diseases. These include cancer, heart disease, gastrointestinal, endocrine, or neurological disorders, and other conditions. Nuclear medicine exams pinpoint molecular activity. This gives them the potential to find disease in its earliest stages. They can also show whether you are responding to treatment.
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