Hematology: Impacting Today. Innovating Tomorrow.

While the origin of the complete blood count (CBC) dates to 1852,1 it remains a critical staple in modern patient care as the most-performed test in the clinical laboratory.2 Its application across the healthcare continuum is diverse, serving an important role in preventive care, emergency departments, and more specialized fields such as oncology. As the first line of testing for most medical conditions, it’s imperative that in vitro diagnostics manufacturers and healthcare professionals continue to optimize the clinical utility of hematology results and the speed and efficiency in which they are delivered to achieve better patient outcomes.

Dr. Fernando Chaves


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