IVD Wiki from Genrui
On November 13-16, the world's largest and most influential medical industry event--Medica, was held in Düsseldorf, Germany.Read More >
Recently, Tanzania’s first IVD (in vitro diagnostics) reagent factory which combining Genrui’s technology with German capital has officially put into operation. A grand opening ceremony was held, an...Read More >
On 16-18 August, Medlab Asia & Asia Health 2023 was held in Bangkok, Thailand.Genrui, one of the IVD providers, has 5 categories of products to shine during the exhibition, including hematology, c...Read More >
In vitro diagnostic device definition: In-Vitro Diagnostics (IVD) are products and services that obtain clinical diagnostic information by testing specimens obtained outside of the human body.
At present, almost two-thirds of clinical diagnostic information are from in vitro diagnostic device, although it only accounts for about 1% of total healthcare spending. In vitro diagnostic device is becoming a more significant part of human illness prevention, diagnosis, and therapy.
In-Vitro Diagnostics have evolved alongside modern laboratory medicine, and their industrialization has accelerated the use of new research and technology in the fields of medical laboratory science, fundamental medicine, and pharmacology. Diagnostic information is now the basis for about two-thirds of global healthcare decisions. The advancement of diagnostic procedures and instruments can give a stronger scientific foundation for the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of human diseases, and is an essential future development direction.
Biochemistry, blood gas, glycosylated haemoglobin, immunology, microbiology, haemagglutination, blood group, blood cells, molecular diagnostics, urine, feces, and other In-Vitro Diagnostics can be categorised according to their primary purposes. Additionally, goods such as blood collection (disposable consumables), multi-item quality control kits (particularly for quality control), POCT, and others do not target specific single tests.
Depending on the manner of testing, in vitro diagnostic device can be classified as biochemical analysis systems, immunoassay systems, or blood analysis systems. The dependence of various diagnostic instruments and reagents is different. Conventional biochemical analysers, for example, are primarily open-ended, meaning that they can be used with biochemical diagnostic reagents from various manufacturers. Immunoassay instruments, on the other hand, are primarily closed-ended, meaning that the instruments and reagents are typically used together.
Design and servicing of In-Vitro Diagnostics are no longer isolated islands and they are now inextricably connected. Long-term brand building is about delivering innovative products and user experiences to your consumers in a seamless ecosystem. Genrui Biotech has considerable experience in In-Vitro Diagnostics design, and the design team uses the latest industrial design trends to collaborate with the customer to build and provide a cohesive solution in terms of product design, structure, and CMF design. The new in vitro diagnostic device design provides an appealing and meaningful user experience with consistent and cohesive solutions.