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PoCT Made Easy

Interested in Point of Care Testing but not sure how to make it work for you? We are here to help step through it with you. 

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Get a device/test

We have carefully curated a list of devices and agreements in place with the companies that meet most of your PoCT needs. We can provide pricing but would love to discuss your needs first. Here is a sample of some of the tests, our device selection and a couple of features.

Device Name
Time for result
What it might help with
Complete blood count (CBC) / Full blood count (FBC)
PixCell Hemoscreen
15 minutes
Rapid Antigen Test for COVID-19
SureScreen RAT
60 Seconds

Some other tests you might be interested are for

   -  Sepsis and infection

   -  Traumatic brain injury

   -  Clozapine levels

   -  Diabetes

- Heart injury/illness

- Blood clotting time

- Trauma induced coagulopathy

- Cholesterol

- Organ failure

- Blood gas analyses

- Electrolyte status

- Critical infectious diseases            

- Sexually transmitted illnesses        

- Healthcare associated infections

If there is a test not shown here but you would like it, please contact us. Chances are we have a solution but haven't listed it above. If not and it's on the market we can are well connected in the industry.


Add our quality package

While the time taken for getting the testing results to a decision maker is important, so too is the trust in the technology and operator to generate an accurate result. This trust provides the confidence to then act quickly. CXDX helps you establish key quality programs to develop and maintain confidence. We can also help you get NATA accreditation ready. 

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It all works better with IT connected (Steps 3)!


Get IT connected

Getting your device connected is the start of your digital transformation journey. Sending results to medical records automatically can help in many ways, here are three:

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Do something special

Now that your service is up and running, you are feeling confident that results are being generated accurately, the clinicians can access the results in real-time regardless of where they are, it might be time to take some next steps. It could be taking the devices into mobile settings or combining the data in novel ways to manage patients or better still combining lots of data to develop new thinking on managing conditions. Chances are, we have some experience to offer    

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