Fast Track Diagnostics’ (FTD) broad range of CE-marked infectious disease detection tests and syndromic panels1 expands the Siemens Healthineers molecular diagnostics portfolio
FTD’s kits can distinguish between multiple infections through a single test. Siemens Healthineers has signed an agreement to acquire Luxembourg-based Fast Track Diagnostics (FTD), a global supplier of diagnostics tests that, unlike a clinical examination alone, can distinguish between viral, bacterial, or other infections in one test...
Siemens Healthineers have announced the CE Mark and global commercial availability of its Atellica™ Solution - flexible, scalable, automation-ready immunoassay and chemistry analysers. The solution is now available across the globe in Europe, the United States, South America and Asia.
The Atellica Solution provides laboratory diagnostics professionals control and simplicity so they can spend more time driving outcomes and less time on operations. “The launch of the game-changing Atellica Solution revolutionises sample management and provides customers....
Siemens Healthineers brings FTD’s assays and multisyndromic panels onto expanded menu for VERSANT® kPCR Molecular System
In an effort to provide customers with expanded, more comprehensive solutions for molecular testing, Siemens Healthineers announces a new strategic relationship with Fast-track Diagnostics (FTD) that includes the addition of FTD’s broad range of CE-marked kits and multisyndromic panels to the menu of the Siemens Healthineers VERSANT® kPCR Molecular System....
Project will explore quantitative MRI metrics for more informed treatment decision making
Siemens Healthineersand Biogen announced today that the companies plan to jointly develop Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) applications with the intent of quantifying key markers of multiple sclerosis (MS) disease activity and progression. Biogen is a leading biotechnology company with a deep focus on neurological and autoimmune conditions....
Siemens Healthineers has been collaborating with the University of Cambridge to install a new type of MRI scanner, which will allow researchers to see detail in the brain as tiny as a grain of sand.
The Siemens 7T Terra MRI has the potential to bring a new era of personalised treatments to major illnesses, including cancer, dementia and mental health conditions. The cutting-edge machinery gives researchers the opportunity to study how the brain encodes information, including things like individual memories. This means the scanner will now be able to now pick up on extremely small structures, including those associated with the early stages of Alzheimer...
Gas Analyzers Meet Stringent Requirements of Respiration Calorimeters
Apr 7, 2012MEI Research is an engineering firm based in St. Louis Park, MN, that develops technologies to support research in nutrition and weight management.One of MEI's goals is to improve the design and construction of whole-body respiration calorimeters. These instrumented systems calculate energy expenditure by precisely measuring the amount of oxygen that the body converts by metabolism to carbon dioxide during periods from minutes up to several days. Calorimeters comprise sealed living areas, atmosphere controls and gas analyzers. Because the living areas contain thousands of times more air than respiratory volume the accuracy of the analytical systems that measure carbon dioxide (CO2) and oxygen (O2) concentrations is critical to overall performance...
Siemens Receives Polaris Award, Premier
Jun 24, 2010Polaris Award given to suppliers who receive highest scores in customer service as rated by Premier membership, comprised of more than 2,300 U.S. hospitals and 64,000 additional healthcare sites.
Apr 21, 2010Donal Quinn, Chief Executive Officer, Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics, Appointed to Board of Newly Formed AdvaMed Dx, a division of Advanced Medical Technology Association
Siemens DCA Vantage Diabetes Analyzer Now Offers Dual Reporting
Mar 30, 2010The Siemens DCA VantageTM diabetes analyzer now meets the latest International Federation for Clinical Chemistry (IFCC) recommendations for dual reporting of hemoglobin A1c results, while also offering enhanced security, documentation control and results traceability.
Siemens Awards More Than 100 Scholarships to Medical Laboratory Students
Mar 16, 2010As part of the continuing effort to address the critical workforce shortage facing clinical laboratories, Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics today announced it has awarded over $120,000 in scholarships to the nation's top medical laboratory students. More than $1.25 million in scholarships have been awarded to medical laboratory students since the scholarship program launched in 2003.
Siemens RAPIDLab Systems Now Include Whole Blood Neonatal Bilirubin Testing
Feb 26, 2010Siemens RAPIDLab® 1200 series blood gas analyzers offer neonatal bilirubin (nBili) testing that detects elevated levels of bilirubin with a 60 second turnaround time. If undetected, elevated bilirubin can lead to a variety of health issues in newborn infants, from jaundice to neurological disorders and, in severe cases, brain damage.
Siemens new RAPIDComm® Data Management and Connectivity Solution Version 3.0 provides point-of-care coordinators and laboratory managers a single interface with real-time access for managing multiple remote Siemens blood gas and urine analyzers-standardizing testing procedures, facilitating compliance and improving risk management for point-of-care testing.
Siemens Offers New Urinalysis Test Strip Technology
Feb 16, 2010Siemens urinalysis test strips with infra-red identification (ID) bands offer important automatic checks (Auto-Checks) when used on the CLINITEK Status®+, CLINITEK Status® Connect and CLINITEK Status® Analyzers with software version 2.0 or greater. This new technology improves workflow and clinical information for busy clinics and laboratories
Siemens Healthcare Donates Needed Medical Equipment to Haiti Disaster Relief
Jan 26, 2010Immediately following the January 12 earthquake, Siemens Healthcare mobilized to provide disaster relief assistance to the citizens of Haiti. As of today, the Healthcare Sector of Siemens AG has shipped healthcare systems and supplies through Project HOPE to aid healthcare workers in their efforts to help the victims.
Siemens Healthcare NOVIUS Lab Named
Jan 17, 2010Siemens Healthcare announced that renowned research firm KLAS has named Siemens NOVIUS Lab the recipient of its 2009 Best in KLAS award for laboratory information systems (LIS) for large hospitals with more than 200 beds.