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The definition of In Vitro Diagnostics Reagents

Mar 07, 2018

In Vitro Diagnostics (IVD) refers to the outside of the human body, from human blood and other tissues and secretions were detected to obtain diagnostic information, including the instrument and reagent two indivisible parts, of which the former has a certain useful life, accounting for about 30% of the value of in vitro diagnostic output, reagents for the consumables as well as the number of tests related to about 70% of the value of in vitro diagnostic output, in modern medical practice, in vitro diagnosis is a basic part of the medical process, Accounting for only about 1% of the total global medical costs. However, currently, two-thirds of global medical decisions are based on diagnostic information. Therefore, in-vitro diagnosis is also called the "doctor's eye". As people's medical standards and technological advances, in vitro diagnostics also play an important role in human health assessment, disease prevention, prognosis diagnosis, personalized medication guidance and genetic prediction.