Lactate diagnostics managed by EKF

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As a long-term privilege of professional sports, lactate diagnostic gets popular now in medical supervision, fitness and amateur training as well: This kind of body control has manifold advantages especially for typical applications as fat burning or improved endurance. At all, there are new device technologies for an effective and easy use.

The EKF diagnostic GmbH, Germany has detected this market niche in good time: Offering its well established and high-featured BIOSEN lab analyzers for professional diagnostics and clinical demands, the budget Lactate SCOUT is a handy, but high performing training tool for everybody. Operating similar to known glucose meters, only a tiny droplet of blood is required to get the result within seconds: The lactate value corresponds directly to the individual aerobic capacity, the most precise way to define training efforts. Many thousands of these pocket devices are worldwide in use already.

Berthold Walter, CEO: „Diagnostic methods in the lab and at home don’t exclude each other. As a market leader in lactate analysis it’s our task to develop integrated solutions with other partners in industry, keeping in touch to the changing customer needs and building bridges for existing and future applications.”

After the outstanding successful launch of a comprehensible training brochure in Germany, translations for other countries will follow soon. Additionally EKF raids lactate workshops in Leipzig (5.10.), Milano (15.10.), London (16.10.) and Bilbao (18.10.), informing about suitable testing methods and presenting current product developments.
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