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Abbott To Market I-Stat POC Blood Analyzer Worldwide Under Aug. 4 Alliance

This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet

Executive Summary

Abbott is rounding out its hospital point-of-care testing portfolio and providing I-Stat with access to a worldwide network of direct sales representatives through a long-term sales, marketing and research alliance announced Aug. 4 at the American Association for Clinical Chemistry conference in Chicago.

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