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given much proposition before you welcoming words beer participants
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what's the point with point of cat agnostics
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essentially it is about bringing medical diagnostic pass closer to
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the patient in terms of distance and time
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sensors and point of care diagnostic tests are important tools to give physicians and patients
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the answers they need now not later and here not in some place for
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as an example to united nate nations a it's triple
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ninety target initiative aims that by the year twenty
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twenty ninety percent of people in infected with h. i. v. actually no they just use that as
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at least ninety percent of people uh shall receive and eventual viral therapy
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and i'd percent of them receiving therapy shall have successful by role suppression
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the first and very basics that will probably only be attainable by making point of care diagnostic device
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as a label to developing world and to rule
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areas beyond the reach of urban medical infrastructures
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point of care diagnostics is about empowering doctors nurses
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lab professionals and sometimes even patients themselves
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can i myself monitor the concentration of uh by the marker
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that allows me to optimise my therapy and well being
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we'll hear about such a case you into symposium kinda paramedic on side
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at e. sports event already distinguish whether a person has offered
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a c. d. of head injury from the minor incident thanks to
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a point of cat agnostic past will hear also about this
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that morning uh and what impact is some clinical karen costs
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when developing such a point of k. diagnostic test and
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devices scientific and technological challenges often post great obstacles
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in addition there always economic legal regulatory and
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clinical utility aspects to be considered
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does that point of care diagnostic test actually improve health outcome
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so today we have therefore invited experts in their fields who know best about the requirements
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about the constraints technological possibilities and challenges associated
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with developing innovative new products i'm
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sure you will find this symposium rich in contrast and therefore stimulating
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but now let's get started i'm handing over to the co chairman

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Conference program

Welcome Note
Gaëtan Cherix, Director - School of Engineering
26 Oct. 2017 · 10:08 a.m.
Welcome Note
Marc E. Pfeifer, Symposium Chair
26 Oct. 2017 · 10:15 a.m.
Point-of-care Diagnostics: what are the real needs of general practioners?
Nicolas Senn, PMU, UNIL
26 Oct. 2017 · 10:19 a.m.
Recent developments in microtechnologies for point-of-care testing
Philippe Renaud, EPFL
26 Oct. 2017 · 10:47 a.m.
GenePOC, a breakthrough solution in molecular point-of-care testing
Patrice Allibert, GenePOC
26 Oct. 2017 · 11:19 a.m.
Reglementary aspects ruling the reimbursement of laboratory analyses in the context of the compulsory health insurance
Michèle A. Fleury-Siegenthaler, Federal Office of Public Health
26 Oct. 2017 · 2:12 p.m.
Recent advances in non-invasive diagnostics
Samantha Paoletti, CSEM
26 Oct. 2017 · 3:53 p.m.
How nanofluidics bring diagnostics closer to the patient
Fabien Rebeaud, Abionic
26 Oct. 2017 · 4:17 p.m.
Keynote Session introduction
Marc E. Pfeifer, Symposium Chair
26 Oct. 2017 · 5:07 p.m.
Keynote session: Accessible Bioanalysis for the Developing World and the Point of Care
George M. Whitesides, Harvard University, Cambridge - USA
26 Oct. 2017 · 5:09 p.m.
Conclusions
Marc E. Pfeifer, Symposium Chair
26 Oct. 2017 · 6:25 p.m.

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