When compared with costs of laboratory tests in the industry, savings are estimated to be in the order of 40- 60%. These savings are particularly important for practices in which patients self-pay for their lab tests.
AYUMETRIX combines the response-dependent health history and review of symptoms along with the test results and offers a comprehensive report with interpretations.
Collecting blood and separating plasma on a AYUMETRIX’s PSP filter device is convenient, quick and easy. Collected samples are dried in 15 minutes and mailed in a simple envelope to AYUMETRIX for testing and analysis.
A revolutionary Plasma Separation on Paper (PSP) is a low-cost, user-friendly and home-based sample collection device for health and wellness monitoring, whose detection principle is based on AYUMETRIX’s proprietary technology.
You can collect patient samples at your practice or have them collect their own sample at home and mail to AYUMETRIX. We make it easy.
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Did you know the new definition of Metabolic Syndrome? Did you know that waist circumference is now one of five criteria that physicians can use to diagnose metabolic syndrome? The ATP III guidelines did not consider the waist circumference as an important criteria, to diagnose metabolic syndrome, but a recent statement published online on October […]