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DIAGNOSTICS RESEARCH: Syndromic Multiplex Diagnostics Market Enters New Stage Of Post-Pandemic Growth As New Entrants Fight For Position In A New World Of Diagnostics | Business and finance

Syndromic testing is proving successful in the market, with players seeing double-digit growth. The COVID pandemic has ushered in a new world of infectious disease diagnostics. Reduce costs, improve results and even contribute to the fight against antimicrobial resistance (AMR). The two main trends of point-of-care (POC) testing and molecular diagnostics (MDx) met with spectacular success. It could eventually replace most front-line testing protocols AND save money at the same time. Learn more about this market, including issues and opportunities.

Infectious disease diagnostics is changing – can an already rapidly growing market grow even faster? Will targeted tests on specific pathogens soon be obsolete?

In a special section, the report examines the numbers on how syndromic molecular diagnosis is replacing traditional panel-based ordering of infectious disease testing.

The report forecasts the market size through 2026 and includes detailed breakdowns for 14 countries and 5 regions.

1. Market guides for executives and investment analysts

vs. Perspective: Health Care, the IVD Industry, and the COVID-19 Pandemic

3. Infectious Diseases – Guide to Pathogens

b. Clinical Laboratory Market Segments

a. Factors promoting growth

b. Growth Limiting Factors

vs. Instrumentation and Automation

D. Development of diagnostic technologies

6. Syndromic Testing – Recent Developments

8. Global syndromic multiplex diagnostics market 2022 to 2026 (41 pages)

The report provides detailed forecasts for the period 2022 to 2026, providing market estimates and growth rates by country, establishment, syndrome, and product. The data is available in Excel format on request with the corporate license.

The report includes 47 tables and 45 figures.

SOURCE Diagnostic Search

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