Isomark test detects infections two days before formal diagnosis

Noted: A device from Madison-based startup Isomark has been shown to detect infections two days before they could be diagnosed in a clinical setting. The study was conducted at four clinical sites, including UW-Madison, where the technology underpinning the company was first developed. Participants were “critically ill” adults who had just experienced trauma or acute care surgery, and expected to stay in the hospital for longer than five days.


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