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Roche unveils intelligent automation management solution at 2013 Clinical Lab Expo
Date:7/30/2013

representatives from St. John Hospital and Medical Center in Detroit about how collaboration contributed to improvements in outcomes and the patient experience.
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  • In its booth at the Expo (#4049), Roche will also be exhibiting a variety of in-vitro and tissue diagnostics solutions designed to enhance testing efficiency and provide reliable clinical information from central labs to hospital point of care, clinics and patient homes. Specific product areas include integrated clinical chemistry and immunoassay analyzers, molecular diagnostics platforms, lab automation, immunohistochemistry/in situ hybridization systems, handheld point-of-care testing monitors, and information technology solutions.

    Selected products to be featured in the booth include:

    ACCU-CHEK Inform II system—the first POC blood glucose device to offer meter-level wireless technology for accurate, real-time patient data transfer.

    CoaguChek XS Plus System—now CLIA-waived, the handheld PT/INR meter may be used in labs that do not meet the requirements to perform moderate- or high-complexity testing.

    cobas 4800 System—offering true walk-away automation of nucleic acid purification, PCR set-up and real-time PCR amplification and detection, the system also runs the cobas CT/NG Test, the cobas BRAF V600 Mutation Test and the cobas EGFR Mutation Test.

    cobas 8000 modular analyzer series—third-generation integrated analyzer series that resets the standard for speed and efficiency in high-volume chemistry and immunoassay testing.

    MODULAR PRE-ANALYTICS (MPA) system—a turnkey automation solution designed for labs t
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