A performance evaluation study designed to assess the precision and accuracy of the Lumira DX point of care (POC) and C-Reactive (CRP) assay as an aid in the detection and evaluation of infection, tissue injury and inflammatory disorders.
In the emergency department (ED), CRP is tested in patients presenting with a variety of symptoms as an aid the detection and evaluation of infection, tissue injury or inflammatory disorders.
Primary objective – To determine the performance of the LumiraDx POC CRP assay when compared to the Siemens Dimension reference method in patients with symptoms of infection, tissue injury and inflammatory disorders.
Sample size – 50 participants over a duration of approximately 4 weeks.
Identification and characterization of the clinical toxicology of novel psychoactive substances (NPS) by laboratory analysis of biological samples from recreational drug users.
Identification of Novel Psychoactive Substances (IONA)
Assisting in identifying patients with Humeral shaft fractures in the ED by screening.
Giving patient information sheets to introduce the study, so patient has had adequate time to read and make decision about going into the trial before going to the fracture clinic.