POC systems are hospital (or outpatient) information systems with bedside terminals or other hardware for data collection and entry at the point of care.
The time when medical professionals provide patients with healthcare goods and services while they are The significance of point-of-care technologies and their capacity to offer efficient solutions that meet a variety of unmet healthcare demands continue to be highlighted by the increasing global attention being paid to health care-related challenges.
Additionally, the present health care cost crisis has starkly highlighted the necessity for research and development into highly efficient but affordable ways to deliver healthcare.
Point-of-care devices give physicians information they need to manage patient care while they are still with the patient with a focus on providing clinically relevant information at or close to the patient. receiving treatment. Medical testing carried out outside of a laboratory setting is referred to as point of care (POC) testing.
POC testing is sometimes referred to as fast diagnostics, near-patient testing, remote testing, mobile testing, bedside testing, and remote testing. In general, the phrase can refer to any patient medical test that is administered on-demand and yields fast findings.
Global point of care medical system market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
The quick, PCR point-of-care diagnostic system Q-POC has been released by QuantuMDx Group Limited, a UK-based provider of transformative point-of-care diagnostics.
The Q-POC system from QuantuMDx and its initial test, a SARS-CoV-2 detection assay, will be introduced at ECCMID 2021 and are currently CE-IVD registered in accordance with the In Vitro Diagnostics Directive (98/79/EC), enabling use in Europe.
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