Can the CellMate™ Report help to lower the cost of health care in America and increase the overall health of its citizens? Yes it can!
Practical information on the CellMate™ reports, and how they relate to Clinical Research.
A hemolyzed blood specimen should be a rare event. It typically occurs when the specimen collection was done improperly or there were problems with the collection tube (the tiger-top or serum separator tube). If the specimen is hemolyzed, the data generated from the analysis of the specimen is questionable at best, useless at worst. Obviously, it is imperative to make sure that the draw and collection of the patient's blood is done properly.
How to make better use of our reports in your practice. A common approach to effectively, and efficiently, reading our interpretive report, with examples.
A brief overview of CelMate(tm) Reports panel subsets and how they can be used to provide better care for your patients.