Belief in Better Laboratory Solutions
- Learn how we are helping to streamline laboratory workflows, enhance productivity, and bring automation to labs of virtually any size.
- Attend our exclusive events for Urinalysis, Automation in-person at booth #26 or on LinkedIn Live. They will be the talk of EUROMEDLAB this year!
- Participate in our three Scientific Workshops for Automation and Hematology.
- See and touch to discover our innovative instrument solutions for Automation, Clinical Chemistry, Clinical Informatics, Hematology, Immunoassay, Urinalysis, and Microbiology.
Join us at EUROMEDLAB 2021
These events will be the buzz of EUROMEDLAB this year. Register now to attend!
DxA 5000 Fit
Monday, 29 November, 13.30 – 13.45
Accompany us to discover how the DxA 5000 Fit improves laboratory workflow by making intelligent connected automation that is predictable, stable, and consistent.
Scientific Workshops at EuroMedlab
Monday 29, November
EDUW 2 - 14.00-15.00
INTELLIGENT AUTOMATION FOR ALL - Advanced intelligent automation provides laboratories of all sizes with total process control and improved workflow
Prof. Wolfgang Korte, CEO and Medical Director, Center for Laboratory Medicine St. Gallen, Switzerland
Dr. Afruj Ruf, managing director at Integrated Pathology Solutions LLP, Airedale NHS Foundation Trust, UK
Tuesday, 30 November
EDUW 16 - 14.00-15.00
CULTIVATING CULTURE OF LAB INNOVATION - Advancing quantitative measures of monocyte response to infection from academic pursuit
to clinical practice
Dr. Cristian Morales Indiano, Core-Hematology Coordinator in Laboratori Clínic Metropolitana Nord (LCMN). Hospital Universitari Germans
Trias i Pujol, Spain
Prof. Francesco Curcio, University of Udine, UD, Italy
Wednesday, 1 December
EDUW 30 - 14.00-15.00
NO TIME TO WASTE - Early recognition of severe infection and risk of sepsis using monocyte distribution width (MDW)
Prof. Dr. Markus A. Weigand, Department of Anesthesiology, Heidelberg University Hospital, Germany,
Pr Pierre Hausfater, Hôpital Pitié-Salpêtrière, Emergency Department and University Pierre et Marie Curie, France