When a patient arrives with symptoms like chest pain, fever or shortness of breath, you want to quickly assess if you’re facing an acute situation like myocardial infarction, heart failure, sepsis or pulmonary embolism.
With immunoassay testing at the point of care, you no longer have to wait for critical test results from the lab, as you get lab-quality results in 11-21 minutes – depending on the parameter you choose.
This not only allows you to stay close to your critically ill patient, but it also helps you to diagnose or rule out critical conditions and to initiate proper treatment faster, improving the odds for the patient’s recovery .
With Radiometer’s AQT90 FLEX immunoassay analyser, you can run immunoassay tests such as cardiac, coagulation and infection biomarkers without leaving your critically ill patient, allowing you to act on test results here and now.
1. Larsson A. et al; The state of point of care testing: a european perspective; Upsala Journal of Medical Sciences. 2015 Mar; 120(1): 1-10