POCT

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AcronymDefinition
POCTPoint of Care Testing
POCTPrimary Ovarian Carcinoid Tumor (cancer)
POCTPoint-Of-Care Technology
POCTPoetry from Other Cultures and Traditions
POCTPort Orchard Community Theater
POCTProof of Concept Trials
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Results from the seventeen-patient clinical study were obtained using Cesca's automated point-of-care technology. The single treatment procedure was performed at the patient's bedside and took less than 60 minutes.
Our experts have experience working directly with healthcare professionals to develop, configure and maintain point-of-care technology solutions.
The T5 Point-of-Care Technology Cart offers mobility and a totally adaptable chassis with a variety of high-performance power options.
* Develop sufficient technology skills to better support increased knowledge management, including point-of-care technology.
We look forward to working with the team at Response Biomedical to recognize the potential in bringing this strong commercialized rapid point-of-care technology to expanding international markets, said Carl Gordon, founding General Partner of OrbiMed Advisors.
Humanscale Healthcare introduces a new software application that facilitates management of point-of-care technology carts.
Much of the advanced point-of-care technology was obtained from McKesson, the OR/Anesthesiology systems from Picis and upgrades to PACS from Agfa.
Point-of-care technology does all of the following except:
(NYSE:MOT), San Jose, Calif., has announced that SigmaCare(R), a leading provider of point-of-care technology and professional services for the long-term healthcare industry, has deployed Motorola enterprise mobility solutions across 20 long-term care facilities -- enabling improved staff efficiency and quality of patient care.
The acquisition also provides Hospira Inc with bar code point-of-care technology from Sculptor Developmental Technologies to enhance patient safety and clinician workflow capabilities.
Each chapter takes readers through practical applications of specific informatics skills and concepts in areas such as data processing in health care, point-of-care technology, and telehealth.
Including losses related to the discontinued Bridge Medical point-of-care technology business (which was sold in early July) of $5.07 million in the 2005 period and $1.4 million a year ago, net income tumbled 24.7% to $94.8 million from $125.8 million in the fiscal 2004 quarter.