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    Considerations For Adoption And Use Of Multi-disease Testing Devices In Integrated Laboratory Networks

    Several new laboratory technologies are available or are being developed to allow for testing of different conditions using disease-specific tests on the same platform. For example, a single device may be able to test for the presence of tuberculosis (TB) and HIV, and quantitatively measure HIV and hepatitis C viral load by using disease-specific reagents or cartridges with self-contained nucleic acid testing technology. Some of these technologies are being designed for use at centralized reference laboratories while others
    may be positioned for use at or near to point of care.

     Author(s) WHO   Originally published on June 1, 2017   Posted on November 15, 2018

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