J&J's Vitros Lab Diagnostics Systems Expand Market Access, Drive Sales
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Ortho-Clinical Diagnostics' Vitros 5600 and Vitros 3600 next-generation laboratory diagnostic systems will double the size of the market the Johnson & Johnson division addresses from $4.6 billion to $9.8 billion, according to the company
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Ortho-Clinical Diagnostics, a Johnson & Johnson company, plans in the fourth quarter to launch its Vitros 5600 next-generation laboratory diagnostics system, following receipt of 510(k) clearance Oct. 24. The device integrates clinical chemistry and immunoassay testing while incorporating "innovations" such as "sample-centered" processing and a small footprint, the firm explains. It can perform more than 100 different chemistry, immunoassay and infectious disease assays