Next-Generation Point-of-Care Solution
A Lab In Your Hand
Proxim has developed a next-generation handheld immunodiagnostic device. The system performs the most important laboratory tests near the patient using whole blood without any sacrifice in sensitivity and precision, bringing the most critical information to the doctors right when they need it. The instrument is battery operated, has touch-screen display interface, wireless, Ethernet, and USB connectivity.
Point-of-Care vs. Central Lab
Special attention was given to the disposable test cartridge, which can be manufactured at a low cost. Proxim’s unique combination of high performance and low cost not only make it ideal for hospital emergency departments in the USA but also in other settings around the world.
According to CDC, every year at least 1.7 millions American adults develop sepsis and early 270,000 dies. For each hour sepsis treatment is delayed, the patient's risk of death increases by 4 percent, making our point-of-care solution especially valuable. PCT allows differentiation of patients where sepsis is caused by bacterial infection.
Measurement range: 0.01 ng/ml .. 30 ng/ml
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Proxim internal studies with whole blood using multiple instruments and cartridge lots.
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