Demand for running lab tests with a single drop of blood has become a game changer in medical testing technology. Today, increasing need for cheap screening test for cancer; a baby’s genetic structure before birth; test for depression and estimation of a person’s age within 9 years from the sample collected, among others calls for a breakthrough in the blood testing technology. In a recent instance, scientists at the famous ‘Brain Injury Research Centre’ are heard making progress to gauge the severity of a brain injury. The scientists intend to do so by detecting proteins and various other molecules released in the blood soon after a head injury.
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Furthermore, in another discovery BAT or basophil activation test was found useful in counting the number of activated basophil immune cells when exposed to a certain food. Medical professionals believe that this blood testing technology would be soon favoured for diagnosing different food allergies. On the other hand the skin prick blood tests by type that are believed to rise through 2014 to 2020 include the Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate, Complete Blood Count, tests to determine risk of heart diseases and Basic Metabolic Panel. In a recent report added by Research Beam titled “Global Blood Testing Technologies Market (Type, Technology, End User and Geography) - Size, Share, Trends, Company Profiles, Demand, Insights, Analysis, Research, Report, Opportunities, Segmentation and Forecast, 2014 – 2020,” the blood testing market in terms of hospitals, diagnostic centres and homes would observe great proceeds through 2014 -2020.
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In addition, United States and Canada that observe several Alzheimer cases each year, has finally received a hope of the probability of an early detection by counting the protein level in the blood. Meanwhile advancements in blood testing for finding every virus a man has in USA; testing Mers in South Korea and identifying breast cancer Copenhagen shows a great prospects for blood testing technology across LAMEA, North America, Asia-Pacific and Europe. Eyeing the expanding blood testing technology market both government bodies and investors are seen rolling out funds to change the way human blood is drawn and tested.
With Texas A&M Health Science Centre’s initiative to develop quick and accurate testing ways drawing funds from Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and an attempt to detect over 1000 virus strains from a single drop of blood getting an attention of the National Institutes Of Health the future of the blood testing technology looks promising.