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Cardiology Point of Care Diagnostics: Products, players & outlook to 2017
Date:12/13/2012

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Cardiology Point of Care Diagnostics: Products, players & outlook to 2017
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A comprehensive global market report on this high-growth sector

The POC cardiology diagnostics market was worth over US$2 billion in 2011 and rose by 9% compared with 2010. This was driven by a growing interest in the adoption of POC technologies by both healthcare providers and patients at home, as well as the introduction of new products that enable POC testing for more applications, enhance ease-of-use and improve on current products.

POC testing can offer clear benefits over laboratory testing. As it is conducted in the presence of or near the patient, results are obtained quickly, enabling healthcare providers to act swiftly to emergencies such as heart attack and provide a diagnosis while the patient is still in the healthcare facility, speeding treatment and reducing visits to the doctor. For patients, self-testing helps users control their condition, reducing the chance of complications and improving health, while lowering the time and cost of treating complications, and the need for patients to regularly see their doctor.

Clinical acceptance remains an obstacle

This is a key issue. Healthcare providers need evidence that POC diagnostics provide lab-quality results and benefits in terms of
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