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The event focused on the role of laboratories in shaping the future of healthcare.

Although the overall mortality associated with dengue is low, the burden on health services caused by dengue has been significant.

Medical laboratories face pressures to adopt new technology solutions to strengthen the workflow, manage time and manpower to ensure improved healthcare.

Pleural effusion is an abnormal accumulation of fluid present in the pleural cavity due to an imbalance mechanism of excessive fluid production or decreased lymphatic absorption or both.

Although the chemical technology for urinary test strips has only made a moderate progress over time, advances in the field of electronic detectors have considerably increased the analytical sensitivity of commercial test strip readers.

The launch event offers an opportunity to explore a dedicated showcase of the latest products, services and technology in medical laboratory within the African region.

Adherent comprehensive medical care could improve survival, quality of life and decrease the disease complication among thalassemia major.

Laboratory support in HIV management is an essential part for diagnosing, prevention and control of HIV/AIDS

Patrick E. Godbey, MD, FCAP, President-elect, College of American Pathologists (CAP), shares some key insights on the current trends transforming the laboratory.

Concerns about biotin interference have revealed a need for clarity about the role and importance of individual factors that contribute to lab errors in the analytical phase and the potential risk for misclassification of patient results.

Autoimmune encephalitis is a debilitating neurological disorder with rapidly progressive encephalopathy caused by brain inflammation