- BJP will not have alliance with any party in Telangana: Kishan Reddy
- Delhi HC allows student to sit for Class 12 board exam, subject to rectifying application deficiencies
- 63 moons Technology ropes in top global firms for cybersecurity foray
- Karnataka HC grants relief to Byju's as investors plan to oust CEO
- Protesting farmers suspend 'Delhi Chalo' protest till Friday
- Gurugram: Man convicted for raping & killing minor girl handed death penalty
- Bengal school job case: Calcutta HC seeks report from ED's Special Director on Partha Chatterjee
- ASIP’s OSAT/ATMP Project launched with Korean JV
- Excise policy case: Delhi court defers order on Sisodia's bail plea amidst pending curative petition
- Surveillance tightened in Sandeshkhali to prevent recurrence of tension
Transasia announces launch of hematology analysers
On the occasion of Transasia Bio-Medicals 40thanniversary, the company has announced the launch of their international range of hematology analysers here at a hotel in the city.
Vijayawada: On the occasion of Transasia Bio-Medicals 40thanniversary, the company has announced the launch of their international range of hematology analysers here at a hotel in the city. Dr Avi Nahar, Business Unit Head, Transasia said that the company is Backed by European R&D, the new international range will make world-class diagnostics affordable for the masses in Vijayawada and the nearby areas.
He said the 3-Part Differential (3PD) to 5-Part Differential (5PD) fully automated hematology analysers, reagents and controls are being introduced for the first time to Indian market. The event was attended by over 100 senior pathologists, biochemists and laboratory technologists from reputed institutes.
Dr Vahini, Consultant Pathologist at Asram Medical College, launched H 360, Dr Rajani, Pathologist at Siddhartha Government College, launched H 560 and Dr Phani Kumar, owner, Balaji Diabetic Clinic launched Elite 580.
Transasia also recognised senior pathologists Dr MS Choudary, of Maganti Clinic and Adarsh Diagnostics with the title of 'Lifetime Contribution to Lab Medicine.' P Meghanadan, Divisional Business Head- South Zone, proposed the vote of thanks on the occasion.