Point-of-Care sets a precedent: EKF-diagnostic launches information campaign
An experience also made by the German EKF-diagnostic GmbH, realizing a brochure for performance analysis in amateur sports last year. The 10.000 copies of "training in your hand" were out of stock within few months already, coming along with many inquiries around the world. The slightly modified 2nd release is now published, also translated in English, Spanish and Russian and available on CD-ROM additionally.
Berthold Walter, CEO of the EKF-diagnostic GmbH comments: "We don't have to explain our products for lactate, glucose and haematology analysis for the purchase departments only, but also for the main users and, of course, for interested patients. The knowledge about diagnostic methods helps significantly to figure out suitable medical services to improve an individual, healthy lifestyle. Moreover, people become aware of the special benefits of our products concerning simplicity and comfort use, quick readings and software-connectivity."
In addition to the training brochure and according its strategic information campaign, EKF offers compact handouts for lactate diagnostics, for diabetes monitoring and (very soon) for anaemia/haematology. Even some high schools and universities complete their education programs by this material, available at EKF on demand.
EKF-diagnostic GmbH is a worldwide established German manufacturer of automatic glucose, lactate, hemoglobin and hematocrit analysers and meters for laboratory and POC. EKF was founded in 1990 and has great experience in medical and sports field.Our target is to bring high quality products that use newest technology to the customer - from single microcuvette up to complex but easy to handle analyser.
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