Rapid Diagnostic Market based on Type of Tests (Blood Glucose, Cholesterol, Substance Abuse), End-Users (Hospitals, Medical Centers), Prominent players , Mode of testing and Regions
Report ID : 8 | Published Date : Feb 2019 | Pages : 0 | Region : Global
A rapid diagnostic test is a medical exam or test which is extremely easy and quick to perform. Rapid diagnostic tests (RDTs) are diagnostic assays designed for use at the point-of-care (POC), and can be adapted for use in low-resource settings which are usually low cost, simple to operate and read, sensitive, specific and work in a short period of time.
RDTs are particularly used in situations that have low-resources such as Harsh environmental conditions combined where there is limited access to electricity and refrigeration preclude the use of sensitive equipment or Technology, equipment, and training required for more complicated laboratory tests are lacking. RDTs are especially useful with patient samples that can be collected by minimally trained health personal, such as community health workers. Body fluids that can be collected non-invasively, such as nasal swabs, urine, saliva, and tears, are preferred as these are most amenable to collection with only minimal training.
The Rapid diagnostic testing market is differentiated by the type of testing, mode of testing, end users, regional use and ongoing trends. The report also contains the prominent players of the market and a statistical analysis of estimate of forecast for the year 20** - 20**.