NanoSpeed has reached sales of over 200,000 units of its Test4D - Vitamin D deficiency test kit - since the launch of the product in "The response from the global market for a point-of-care vitamin D diagnostic in hospitals, physician's offices and remote areas has been tremendous," said Dr.
According to a release, Test4D is a patented point-of-care test that provides information on Vitamin D deficiency within 10 minutes. This test requires only a single drop of blood from the patient and costs 90 percent less when compared to other standard or conventional tests.
"Our partners attribute the success of Test4D to three factors," Gupta adds, "which include convenience, cost and reliability of the test that can empower the end-user to manage their own health. We look forward to continuing to successfully commercialize and validate our diagnostic technology with future products."
NanoSpeed develops proprietary diagnostic/screening test kit platforms based on their Lateral Flow Immuno Assay and Lab-On-a- Chip technologies. These technological advancements provide patients with testing tools that will address the increasing needs of the healthcare industry, regulatory agencies and consumers.
Vitamin D deficiency is a common problem in
25-OH vitamin D levels are currently identified through laboratory testing. Over the past decade, there has been an incremental surge in the demand for vitamin D testing, resulting in an overload of testing requirements for laboratories as well as surging costs to both laboratories and the government. An alternative to laboratory testing is Point-of-Care-Testing (POCT), medical testing that occurs outside of a clinical laboratory and near the patient. Potential advantages of POCT include reduction in errors and cost to the healthcare system, and the provision of accurate clinical diagnosis due to the availability of results.
To address the demands of vitamin D testing on laboratories and the government,
Test4D is available for commercial sale through certain distributors, or can be purchased for research purposes directly from NanoSpeed.
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NanoSpeed has reached sales of over 200,000 units of its Test4D - Vitamin D deficiency test kit - since the launch of the product in
"The response from the global market for a point-of-care vitamin D diagnostic in hospitals, physician's offices and remote areas has been tremendous," said Dr.