IMPROVE YOUR CLINICAL SUCCESS RATE
One way to increase your practice revenue is to improve clinical success rates. However, cancer is one ailment that can prove to be a nemesis for veterinarians since remission rates are low and prescribed drugs may or may not work. Clients who hope to see their pets recover as soon as possible are disappointed when told the treatment path has to be changed.
But what if you could experience a high percentage of clinical remissions and happy clients with the very first treatment? Along with the professional satisfaction that comes with a higher success rate, your reputation will grow, and clients will start referring friends and family with ailing pets to your practice. The inevitable result is increased revenue.
By partnering with ImpriMed, you can start overcoming cancer by raising remission rates in your patients. This precision medicine company has developed a state-of-the-art AI platform that uses real-world clinical data to make drug response predictions for each individual patient. ImpriMed is currently offering personalized drug response prediction profiles for both canine lymphoma and leukemia.
DETERMINING THE BEST CANCER DRUGS FOR YOUR PATIENTS
ImpriMed’s drug response prediction profile informs you of the most suitable cancer drugs for each patient, along with expected remission times. It’s curated by advanced AI tools that have been trained by chemosensitivity and other patient data. Information from live patient cells is also added to the platform to get the best possible individualized drug response predictions. An ingenious robotic machine is used to drop drugs onto the live cancer cells, and the results are recorded. You can expect to have the profile in your hands within seven days of sample collection.
OTHER SERVICES AND TRAINING REQUIREMENTS
ImpriMed offers additional services along with their drug response prediction profile. Get reports for immune profiling using flow cytometry and PCR for antigen receptor rearrangements; flow cytometry only; and PCR for antigen receptor rearrangements only. Free immuno-profiles for cats suffering from lymphoma or leukemia are also being offered.
All you need is to be familiar with the Fine Needle Aspiration (FNA) method for sample collection. You can easily get a FNA refresher by visiting the FAQ section on ImpriMed’s website.
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