Clinical Studies

Diagnostic Clinical Studies
 
The clinical landscape of effectively dealing with various disease states is continually changing as scientists and researchers discover new patient care pathways. Learn about the key clinical studies and trends emerging around the world as physicians try to improve patient outcomes and overall population health.
Disclaimer: Scientific articles are presented for educational purposes only and are not intended to promote any Beckman Coulter product or service. Opinions and conclusions are those of the respective authors and not Beckman Coulter. Beckman Coulter did not provide funding for these studies.
 

Clinical Studies

Aiming to Close the Knowledge Gap

Learn about new key diagnostic clinical studies for important disease states like COVID-19 and sepsis.

Estimating-Asymptomatic-COVID

Data suggests an asymptomatic infection rate of 17% rather than the estimated 80%

Preventing-COVID-Campus

In simulations, colleges can prevent up to 96% of COVID-19 infections with common measures

Pooled-Surveillance-Testing

51% of students who tested positive were asymptomatic

SARS-CoV-2-School-Reopening 

LA school district study finds 50% of transmissions occur from asymptomatic persons

Testing-Nursing-Residents 

14% of Maryland nursing care residents who died from COVID-19 were asymptomatic at initial testing

Trends

Sharing best practices from around the world

Learn about how physicians around the world are tackling important disease states like COVID-19 and sepsis.

Study7-IgM-IgG 

Maximizing serology testing to combat COVID-19 surge

Due to a shortage of PCR tests, a California hospital first uses serology tests on asymptomatic individuals.

IL-6 testing as a standard for COVID-19 patients

At Norton Healthcare, IL-6 testing is done for patients upon presentation to determine potential severity of COVID-19 infection.

Disclaimer: Scientific articles are presented for educational purposes only and are not intended to promote any Beckman Coulter product or service. Opinions and conclusions are those of the respective authors and not Beckman Coulter. Beckman Coulter did not provide funding for these studies.