The so-called in vitro diagnosis refers to the objective information about health and disease obtained through the detection of patients' blood and other samples (such as urine, tissue cells). Such detection can be carried out in the laboratory, as well as at the bedside. The in vitro diagnosis industry emerged with the development of modern laboratory medicine, which in turn has driven the rapid development of disciplines such as laboratory medicine and basic medicine.
The in vitro diagnosis contains a vast universe
When humans explore and study the world, they often encounter situations where certain objects that we need to understand or control cannot be observed directly due to various limitations. They seem like opaque and closed boxes, with their complex structures and mechanisms deeply hidden inside. People cannot directly open them from the outside to explore their mysteries, which we refer to as the "black box" theory. Traditional Chinese medicine believes that the human body is such a black box. With the development of modern laboratory medicine, the technology of in vitro diagnostic solutions aims to analyze the intricate closed system of the human body through external detection to judge its health status.
Simply mentioning the term "in vitro diagnosis" may be unfamiliar to many people, but if doctors ask patients to have a blood test when they are sick, everyone has experienced it. After leaving a small tube of blood at the blood sampling window, the laboratory technician's work is largely within the scope of "in vitro diagnosis". Technicians use life sciences instruments and reagents to analyze various information from your blood (or urine, etc.), which helps doctors make accurate diagnoses.
In recent years, new technologies and models have emerged in the global in vitro diagnosis industry, with molecular diagnosis technologies represented by second-generation gene sequencing, as well as modern health management technologies and models represented by big data and the Internet of Things opening up new growth space for the in vitro diagnosis industry.
With the concept of "precision medicine" proposed, this medical model is receiving increasing attention. Nowadays, this concept is beginning to have a revolutionary impact on the diagnosis of clinical diseases, disease classification and subtype, clinical diagnosis and treatment norms and guidelines, and in vitro diagnosis will play an increasingly important role in clinical diagnosis and treatment. "In vitro diagnosis" has become an essential tool in modern disease diagnosis and health management. Small diagnoses contain vast universes, and small expenditures can play a big role.
Pioneers in the in vitro diagnosis industry are dedicated to great development
With the further advancement of medical reform and the country's increased support and promotion of regional testing centers and graded diagnosis and treatment, some enterprises will also increase investment in these emerging areas to benefit more hospitals and patients. Hospitals that have gathered high-quality medical resources will see a rapid increase in specimen volumes. To address this, some manufacturers have introduced highly advanced laboratory automation solutions to help customers improve testing efficiency and simplify workflows. After understanding the market growth opportunities of secondary hospitals, manufacturers have also developed more targeted market strategies, such as identifying products suitable for the secondary market and establishing exclusive teams for the secondary market, to rapidly penetrate the secondary market.
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