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Point-of-care testing: POC data management.

The Point-of-Care Manager (PDM) is a comprehensive blood-gas and critical-care data-management system that is designed to manage all STAT test reporting and CLIA documentation needs. The PDM produces cumulative patient reports, Levey-Jennings QC graphs, analyzer calibration logs, preventative maintenance logs, corrective and cumulative action logs, QC lot reports, daily patient logs, and more. This workstation receives and stores all patient test data, sample ID information, quality-control data, and analyzer-calibration records sent from any of the company's analyzers. There is also a remote control-function that allows complete control of remote analyzers from the workstation.


Point-of-Care Manager (PDM)

Nova Biomedical

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Title Annotation:Product focus
Publication:Medical Laboratory Observer
Date:Jun 1, 2007
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