Bridging the gap between the demand and supply of medical technology, Trivitron is providing much needed solutions to healthcare providers in India and across the world. Banking on both indigenous and international pools of intellect, Trivitron is developing a range of products that will help advancements in the healthcare sector into all strata of society across geographies.
Trivitron offers a coagulation solution for small and medium-size laboratories that are compact in design and performs routine and special assays. The Coagulation range include the COAG Line automated, semi-automated and POC systems manufactured by Diagon Hungary for reducing bleeding risk in extensive surgeries, checking the efficacy of haemostatic therapies and anti-coagulant drugs
Computed radiography, or CR, is a digital image acquisition and processing system for radiography that uses computers and laser technology. It was developed in the mid-1980s. CR images can be recorded on laser-printed film or transmitted and stored digitally. This technological change has a significant impact on hospital operating costs and efficiency because radiography is the most common method of diagnostic imaging. It accounts for 70% of all imaging procedures, in comparison to 10% for CT scans and 6% for MRIs.
Labsystems Diagnostics is committed to the cause of fighting the Covid-19 pandemic. Our R&D team has been working tirelessly to develop a range of innovative, high-quality testing kits to combat the spread of the virus.
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In vitro diagnostics are tests performed on samples such as blood or tissues taken from the human body. In vitro diagnosis can detect diseases or other conditions and can be used to monitor the overall health of a person for the purpose of healing or treating diseases and preventing them. In-vitro diagnostics can also be used to detect patients’ likelihood to benefit from particular treatment or therapy in precision medicine. In- vitro diagnosis can be used to scan a person's DNA for genomic differences.
Neonatal screening or Newborn Screening involves the screening of newborns in the first days of their lives for inborn errors of metabolism and certain disorders that can hinder the normal development of the baby. These disorders, are not apparent at the time of the baby's birth, but have potential to cause permanent neurological, cognitive, tactile and physical damage in the child. Early detection of such diseases enable initiating of suitable interventions to prevent concerning conditions in the long run. Trivitron provides a wide range Newborn Screening instruments, including Modular & Fully Automated NBS Instrumentation, manual & automated equipment and reagent kits. Trivitron's Diagnostic division Labsystems Diagnostics OY occupies the second place in the world when it comes to New Born Screening Technology.
Picture archiving and communication system (PACS) is a medical imaging technology used for storing, retrieving, presenting and sharing images produced by various medical hardware modalities such as X-ray, CT scan, MRI and ultrasound systems. Electronic images and reports are transmitted digitally by PACS which eliminates the need of manual transfer, retrieve and storage of X-ray films.
Point-of-care tests are simple medical tests that can be performed at the bedside. POCT do not require permanent dedicated space and that are performed outside the physical facilities of the clinical laboratories. POCT is performed by the use of transportable, portable, and handheld instruments.
The main international standard for processing, storing, printing and transmitting medical images and associated data is DICOM (Digital Imaging & Communications in Medicine). The alternative allows the printing of medical images such as X-ray, MRI, CT scan, Ultrasound and Nuclear Medicine on a variety of media and colour, on simple paper instead of expensive, environmentally unfriendly X-Ray movies. It is a cloud-based solution that enables reference and consultation access to medical images on any smart device.