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PSA TestingHow Much is Too Much?

...of care use, to mail-in specimen collection kits available for clinical or home screenings. Bio-Quant, Inc., San Diego, Calif., manufactures the onestep PSA InstaTest designed to detect PSA concentration in whole blood or serum in concentrations as low as four ng/ml within 15 minutes. The result is rea...
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Toxoplasma IgM - Rapid Test

Description:...s a cause of mortality and malformation. This test is intended for professional use as an aid in the diagnosis of anti- Toxoplasma IgM antibodies. The onestep Bio-Quant Toxo IgM Test is a chromatographic immunoassay for the qualitative detection of human IgM antibodies against Toxoplasma in serum or plasma....
Company:Bio-Quant, Inc.

hCG Urine Cassette 5mm - Rapid Test

Description:... Bio-Quant, Inc. onestep hCG InstaTest is an immunochromatographic assay designed for qualitative determination of human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) in urine for early detect...
Company:Bio-Quant, Inc.

R Series Code-Ready Defibrillator

Features:...level of rapid, easy deployment. Including: onestep Cable with onestep Cable Manager onestep Resuscitation Electrode ...
Company:ZOLL Medical Corporation

BD Persist™ skin prep triple swabs

Features:... Fast and easy onestep application - eliminates variations associated with the common twostep procedure Applies and dries in 45 seconds Up to 5 days antimicrobial effect...
Company:BD Diagnostic Systems

BD Persist™ skin prep single swab

Features:... Fast and easy onestep application - eliminates variations associated with the common twostep procedure Applies and dries in 45 seconds Up to 5 days antimicrobial effect...
Company:BD Diagnostic Systems
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