Winter 2013 issue of IVD Technology print publicationThis Issue's Articles
MEMS fluidic interface standards advance miniaturization of IVD technology and integration of specialized electronic devices.
by: Mark Tondra, Mark Crockett, and Proyag Datta
Optimal architecture design enhances rapid product development and product performance.
by: Spencer Lovette, Jack Kessler, and Jerry Sevigny
Process reengineering combined with automation improves productivity, reliability, and provider and patient safety.
by: Robert P. Carlson
Everybody welcomes the adoption of risk-based classification rules based on GHTF guidelines, but too few people realize that this will represent a fundamental change in the way that IVD products are regulated.
by: Maurizio Suppo, PhD
An acute need for an appendicitis test attracted an IVD industry veteran to a Colorado firm with promising blood-based technology.
by: Interview by John Conroy
Approval trends for biomarker-based IVDs are among the best objective measures of progress in advancing personalized medicine.
by: John Audette