The test aids in the diagnosis of symptomatic or asymptomatic infections with C. trachomatis, N. gonorrhoeae, and T. vaginalis.
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The updates require facilities to notify patients regarding the density of their breasts, and strengthen the FDA’s oversight of facilities.
Alinity i TBI lab test measures complementary biomarkers in blood plasma and serum that are tightly correlated to brain injury when elevated.
Plasma D-dimer had comparable accuracy to CRP, ESR, fibrinogen for diagnosing periprosthetic joint infection in patients with revision hip or knee arthroplasty
The Lucira COVID-19 & Flu Home test is a single-use, nucleic acid amplification test intended for individuals with signs and symptoms consistent with a respiratory tract infection.
Gadopiclenol only requires half of the gadolinium dose of conventional nonspecific GBCAs.
Improvement observed in detection of actionable lung nodules with no increase in false-referral rates
Despite NCCN guidelines recommending FDG PET/CT, 43.6 percent of patients were imaged with CT alone before subsequent radiation therapy
Follow-up colonoscopy rates were 43.3% within 90 days, 56.1% within 360 days of positive stool-based screening test result
Prevalence of advanced neoplasms 40 to 50% lower among those who underwent repeated screening ≥10 years after a negative colonoscopy
The semi-quantitative test uses a whole blood sample to assess cellular host response by analyzing the biophysical properties of white blood cells.
BresoDX1 is designed to record a patient’s physiological signals during sleep using a sensor and a pulse oximeter.
The FDA has granted 510(k) clearance to the Hyperfine system (Hyperfine Research), a bedside magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) system.