release time:2021-08-11 12:09:34
The Eastern European countries with such a good social security system have recently published an opinion poll in the Sunday Weekly that nearly two-thirds (63%) of the people have to give up medical treatment due to financial constraints or because of difficulties in obtaining a visit to a doctor within a reasonable period of time.
And, in order to diagnose patients better and faster and to increase medical satisfaction, Dr. Laurentiu Lvanof also set out to find a biochemical analyzer that would simplify the workflow, save time and, more importantly, reduce costs.
"The SMT-120 is a smart and lightweight device that is extremely easy to use, does not require specialized personnel and can be operated by all. This biochemistry analyzer can also test multiple items simultaneously, at low cost and without maintenance. For us, it is a biochemistry analyzer that brings a lot of value to the table."
"Where it used to take 24 to 48 hours to get the results, now I can provide the patient with a complete biochemistry test in 12 minutes, and then combine it with an ultrasound test and a little analysis. This helps me establish a good diagnosis of, for example, cirrhosis of the liver. The SMT-120 biochemistry analyzer not only reduces the number of patient round trips and saves time for our clients, but also increases our productivity and receives more patients."
"Basically, the Seamaty SMT-120 is the shortest path to clear, accurate and fast diagnostics, and in some cases, we consider it a lifesaver."
Veterinary equipment and supplies are used for surgical procedures as well as for monitoring and treating animal diseases. The increase in the number of pet owners in different countries is driving the demand for better treatment options for companion animals. It has also contributed to an increase in pet health expenditures. This phenomenon is also reflected in agricultural countries like Ecuador.
The Fyfania Hospital in Kiev is the first to offer to publish an assessment of the quality of medical care in the public sector. According to Dr. CipeHKO Irop of Fyfania Hospital: over the past fifty years, Fyfania Hospital has been transformed from a closed facility serving the political elite in the Soviet era to a modern clinic.
Provet Animal Clinic has been purchasing a lot of biochemical testing equipment one after another. According to Nikolay Marinkov, chief veterinarian at Provet Animal Clinic, the biochemical testing equipment used in the lab before took a long time and required a lot of prep work such as quality control and calibration. Such biochemical testing instruments are not only time-consuming and labor-intensive, but also very prone to errors.