NEW YORK, May 28, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- In vitro diagnostic (IVD) testing is experiencing a revival fueled by a combination of technological improvements, cost pressures, reimbursement changes, rapid growth in molecular diagnostics and increasing interest in the genomics testing. Recent advances in molecular diagnostics technologies--including sequencing, PCR and microarray--are enabling greater sensitivity and precision in nucleic acid measurements, further expanding manufacturers' offerings. This TriMark Publications report is an overview of each major in vitro diagnostic testing segment, including: point of care testing (POCT), molecular diagnostics, chemistry, diabetes and glucose, immunoassay, hematology, coagulation, pathology, microbiology, histology and cytology, and blood banking. For each segment, this study examines the generally accepted clinical analytical activities in use today. Moreover, the analysis here discusses the potential benefits of the diagnostics techniques, as well as provides market size and future growth potential.
Additionally, this report assesses the various business models, including CLIA-licensed specialty labs, general reference labs and reagent kit marketing. This study also examines hundreds of companies that are actively developing and marketing IVD testing products around the world. This report analyzes the size and growth of the important sectors of the diagnostics market, including the drivers and restraints that influence the various market segments, as well as the dollar volume of sales and market growth rates, both in the U.S. and worldwide.
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