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  • Featured Conferences

    AACC Middle East

    • Date: November 1-2, 2019
    • Location: Mohammed Bin Rashid Academic Medical Center, Dubai, United Arab Emirates 

    AACC Middle East will feature AACC's globally-renowned education and scientific programs paired with a dynamic exposition. This 2-day conference will include emerging topics relevant to the Middle East, while the exposition will highlight the latest advances in mobile health, molecular diagnostics, mass spectrometry, next-generation sequencing, point-of-care, and automation. Learn More>>

  • Featured Podcasts

    Challenges in the Assessment and Diagnosis of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (Duration: 16:10) FREE from Clinical Chemistry 

  • Featured Webinars

    On Demand 

    The Use of Biomarkers in Chronic Kidney Disease and the Novel Disorder Shrunken Pore Syndrome 

    In this webinar, Anders Grubb, MD, PhD, Professor in Clinical Chemistry, Lund University, will first focus on the pros and cons of cystatin C as a kidney marker and then highlight how shrunken pore syndrome (SPS) is diagnosed, the mortality of SPS, the most common death causes associated with SPS, the prevalence of SPS in different populations, and hypotheses concerning its pathophysiology and treatment.

    Understanding TORCH Infections from both a Clinical and Personal Perspective 

    Are you aware that cytomegalovirus (CMV), a TORCH infection, is one of the most common congenital infections and affects 0.3%–2.4% of live births in developed countries? Understanding TORCH infections before and throughout pregnancy can lead to healthier outcomes for mothers and babies. Learn about TORCH infections from the perspective of both a physician and a parent who experienced congenital infection during pregnancy.

    Enhanced Patient Care, Reduced Costs and Measurable Better Healthcare Performance through Implementation of Intelligent Liver Function Testing (iLFT)

    Liver Function Tests (LFTs) are commonly ordered for the assessment and progression of liver disease, of which 20% are abnormal, the causes of which are often complex and often under investigated. This webinar presents a team's innovative best practice in which partners across the clinical care pathway collaborated to develop and implement an Intelligent Liver Function testing (iLFT) algorithm that maximizes detection of early liver disease, increases appropriate investigations and follow-up for patients with abnormal Liver Function Test (LFT) results, and delivers cost-effective high-quality patient care.

    Thyroid Dysfunction in Pregnancy and its Effect on Neonates

    Thyroid disorders, including hypothyroidism and hyperthyroidism, are common endocrinologic disorders found in pregnancy and can lead to numerous problems in the mother and baby. In this webinar you will learn the common clinical presentations of thyroid disorders in pregnancy and the diagnosis of each.

    The Value of the Laboratory to a Healthcare System

    Hospital laboratories play an important role in today’s complex healthcare environment. Laboratories can serve as critical strategic partners for hospitals in the areas of population health initiatives, shifting the cost curve by lowering length of stay, and even assisting with physician recruitment and retention efforts. The laboratory is oftentimes not viewed as a strategic partner by hospital administration, and through this webinar, Duane J. Fitch will provide lab leadership with examples of how the lab can be a value added partner in the overall delivery of healthcare.

    Gestational Diabetes: Pathophysiology, Risk, and Outcomes 

    Worldwide, gestational diabetes mellitus affects approximately 14% of pregnant women. Gestational diabetes can lead to increased risks for both the mother and the fetus, including preeclampsia, macrosomia, and/or fetal death. This webinar focuses on understanding the diagnostic criteria for gestational diabetes in addition to the management and appropriate postpartum follow-up to ensure optimal outcomes for both mother and baby.

    Monitoring Pregnancy with Clinical Laboratory Tests

    During pregnancy, an anatomical and biochemical transition occurs. Laboratory testing from the time pregnancy is first considered through the initial days of the newborn's life offer an accurate view of mother and baby’s health and well-being.

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