You’ll find our best evidence on point-of-care testing. These range from short reports to in-depth systematic reviews, recommendation reports, and implementation tools geared to translating research into action.
We’ve selected the following materials to get you started:
- Portable Stroke Diagnosis Devices for Adults with Stroke Symptoms: A Review of Diagnostic Accuracy and Cost-Effectiveness (Summary With Critical Appraisal, July 2019)
Sepsis in Rural and Remote Areas of Canada (Tool, May 2019)
Rapid Diagnostic Tests for Patients with Suspected Sepsis (Tool, May 2019)
Rapid Tests for the Diagnosis of Group A Streptococcal Infection: A Review of Diagnostic Test Accuracy, Clinical Utility, Safety, and Cost-Effectiveness (Peer-Reviewed Summary With Critical Appraisal, May 2018)
Point-of-Care Testing: Summary of Evidence — January 2019 Update (Tool) — a summary of the evidence (based on a number of CADTH reviews) on the topic of point-of-care testing.