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QuantuMDx is combining its technologies to deliver complex diagnostics in simple,ergonomic and user friendly hand-held devices. Our products are being developed for use in every type of global setting from hospitals and laboratories to clinics and field working environments.

QuantuMDx’s Q-POC™ point of care device is in development and will shortly deliver affordable, rapid and accurate medical diagnosis in less than 20 minutes, with the same accuracy (sensitivity and specificity) as any state of the art full laboratory, at the patient’s side, but at a fraction of the cost. Disposable diagnostic cartridges for companion diagnostics, TB, sexually transmitted diseases, genetic testing and cardiovascular disease are in development with our partners.

Q-POC™ is being developed for both developed and developing nations such as India, Africa and Brazil where there is a need for cheap POC testing that can be undertaken by health professionals or technicians in rural areas.

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