did you know? you can draw your own blood at home

Posted by Neoteryx on May 4, 2020 9:30:00 AM

A growing need for patients to take a more proactive role in their health has led to recent trends in "patient-centric medicine" and "telehealth." Healthcare providers who need to monitor patients on a frequent basis, or clinical trial managers who want to recruit participants in remote locations can now use tools and technologies that allow them to conduct virtual check-ins with trial recruits or patients. At-home blood collection with patient-friendly kits is a helpful tool for "going virtual" with patient monitoring and care.

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Topics: Remote Blood Collection, home blood collection

hydroxychloroquine to treat COVID-19: at-home blood collection examined

Posted by Christa Nuber on Apr 13, 2020 10:00:00 AM

At the beginning of April 2020, it was reported by Johns Hopkins University that the number of COVID-19 infections had surpassed the 1 million mark globally, and the number of cases was still rising. In the face of the devastating Coronavirus pandemic that is causing the COVID-19 infections, the race is on to find effective treatments as well as an effective vaccine.

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Topics: Remote Blood Collection, Coronavirus, COVID-19, Viral Pathogens

fast, accurate clinical trial monitoring with remote sampling

Posted by Neoteryx on Mar 31, 2020 10:00:00 AM

Clinical trial monitoring is an essential process of drug development. It is the stage where developed drugs are tested on human subjects to determine if they are effective.

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Topics: Clinical Trials, Remote Blood Collection, Remote Patient Monitoring

is the U.S. 'remotely prepared' for coronavirus (COVID-19)?

Posted by Neoteryx on Mar 30, 2020 2:00:00 PM

Fear over the recent coronavirus outbreak continues to manifest in extreme ways. Retail stores have run out of hand sanitizers; the stock market has plunged, and healthcare institutions are overwhelmed.

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Topics: Clinical Trials, Remote Blood Collection, Remote Patient Monitoring, Viral Pathogens