It can take a long time and effort to diagnose a condition. For example, Sansure Biotech has developed a technologically advanced method to expedite your diagnosis!
What is in vitro diagnostics?
In vitro diagnostics (IVDs) are conducted on human bodily tissue or blood samples. In vitro diagnostics can monitor a person’s overall health, diagnose diseases or other disorders, and help treat, prevent, or cure illnesses.
Precision medicine can also use in vitro diagnostics to find patients who would benefit from a specific therapy or treatment. Next-generation sequencing tests, which scan a person’s DNA to find genetic changes, can be a part of these in vitro diagnostics.
While some tests are utilized by healthcare professionals in clinics or other settings, others are used by patients at home.
Advanced magnetic bead technique
According to Sansure’s most recent “Advanced Magnetic Beads Technology,” which uses specially modified super-paramagnetic nano-beads to absorb sample DNA/RNA, the high-purity nucleic acid can be obtained with just one washing step. Then, this nucleic acid can be detected using magnetic beads that recognize DNA/RNA amplification. Its exceptional anti-interference abilities, multiple genotype coverage, reliable repeatability, and high sensitivity enable wide-linear range PCR detection.
Advantages of in vitro diagnostics
- Increase diagnosis accuracy and timeliness.
- Expand your knowledge of illness progression and treatment alternatives.
- Capability to monitor patient therapy reaction
- Reduce the possibility of a misdiagnosis or giving the wrong treatment advice to increase patient safety.
- Enhance cooperation between various healthcare professionals and researchers
Sansure is a renowned provider of in vitro diagnostics technologies and services. Its product line includes rapid diagnostic tests (RDTs), real-time PCR devices, and other lab equipment for diagnosing infectious diseases and cancer. Understanding Sansure’s approach will help you learn how technology can be applied to promote innovation and improve patient care.