Influenza or something else
A new syndromic testing device, the QIAstat-Dx is cutting costs and saving time in the emergency room.
Patients are often brought into emergency rooms with a number of symptoms which don’t allow for a clear diagnoses. Providing the wrong treatment is both costly and could result in dangerous side effects. But what if there was a way to determine a specific virus or bacteria with a simple syndromic test?
Testing millions to stop tuberculosisDr. Eskild Petersen consults in Oman to spearhead the fight against the world's deadliest infectious disease.
Tuberculosis diagnosis turns patients into advocatesOver a decade ago, the Halsteads returned from their honeymoon with an infection known to kill 1.5 million people a year globally and learned how to overcome the disease.
Analyzing the ancient origins of rare genetic diseasesEsteemed geneticist, Dr. Bisgin, uses QIAGEN bioinformatic tools to help find a cure for rare genetic diseases in Turkey.