Busselton Ironman

To prevent the local emergency room from being overwhelmed with unwell athletes, Radiometer loaned a blood gas instrument, its related accessories and an associate to assist the Busselton Ironman competition in Western Australia.Radiometer agreed to help when the medical officer in charge of the Busselton Ironman and the local hospital medical doctor asked us to support their event. …

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APS (Antiphospholipid Syndrome)

Our story is about a patient named April. April was diagnosed with APS (Antiphospholipid Syndrome) following her 39th birthday, after experiencing two miscarriages.   APS is a relatively common finding for couples who struggle with pregnancy loss. It is thought that 10-20% of women with multiple pregnancy losses suffer from APS. APS is a thrombotic immunological condition where …

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TGA Press Release on Rapid Tests

Australia’s health regulator the TGA has stated: Rapid Antigen Test cancellations not due to the failure to detect the COVID-19 Omicron variant. Follow the link to view the TGA’s media release. https://lnkd.in/g2njPrz3

Rapid Tests

Recent commentary questioning the performance of rapid antigen tests (RATs) against subvariants of Omicron is dangerously misleading and risks undermining Australia’s public health response according to Pathology Technology Australia https://www.abc.net.au/news/2022-07-29/rat-manufacturer-rapid-tests-covid-inaccurate-pcr/101282486

Minomic MiCheck® Prostate Test now Available for Australians

Minomic International Ltd has announced their MiCheck® Prostate test for detection of aggressive prostate cancer is now available at selected Sonic Healthcare Australia Pathology laboratories. Minomic CEO Dr Brad Walsh says the availability of the test will help Australia’s urologists provide better patient care, stating that  “the use of MRI …when combined with results from …

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TGA delays the IVDR Deadline to May 2023

The European IVDR device registration changes impact IVDs manufactured in Europe. These changes bring medical device quality certification, registration into line with practices already adopted in other parts of the world (especially north America and Australia).

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