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Rapid Diagnostic Tests

Pharmaceutical analysis may be defined as a procedure or the sequences of progressions to identify or quantify a constituent or drug, the mechanisms of a pharmaceutical solution or fusion or the determination of the structures of chemical combinations used in the formulation of pharmaceutical product. Rapid diagnostic tests (RDTs) may provide some benefit in decreasing the amount of inappropriate prescribing. Some of the benefits provided include shortening the time of a test result and screening for various infectious diseases in an outpatient setting. These tests are designed to be used directly at the site of patient care such as a physician office, outpatient clinic, and patients’ homes . The decrease in the amount of time to analyze a result compared to standard microbiological procedures benefits the management of infectious diseases considerably . Immediate identification of a potential infecting organism can not only help decide whether or not to initiate an antibiotic, but also can help direct therapy at the infecting pathogen. Additionally, the rapid diagnosis of viral infections such as influenza can reduce the prescription of antibacterial therapy and the need for additional testing . Some of the most commonly used RDTs for group a strep and influenza can provide the most benefit in terms of reducing inappropriate antibiotic prescribing.
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Last date updated on September, 2014