Successful diagnosis

November 2005
Engineer (00137758);11/14/2005, Vol. 293 Issue 7688, p24
The article reports on business developments of diagnostics company Osmetech. The company's Critical Care division record sales of 3.742 million pounds with its Opti range of blood-gas analysis devices. The company's new product portfolio the Opti Lion portable electrolyte analyzer and Opti R blood-gas analyzer both received Food and Drug Administration approval in the US. The company continues with the development of its Opti Gene molecular testing platform for DNA and RNA analysis.


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