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2016


01.06

Top 6 Things to Do at Arab Health 2016

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If you’re going to the Arab Health 2016, we’d be pleased to schedule time with you to discuss our soon to be released TORCH panel that includes: Toxoplasmosis, Rubella, CMV, and HSV-1 & HSV-2.

  • Detects and differentiates BOTH IgM and IgG in the above tests
  • Differentiates HSV-1 and HSV-2
  • Includes semi-quantitative results for Rubella
  • Can be used with whole blood, serum or plasma

This unique TORCH panel allows instant screening of infectious diseases that can cause birth defects in a baby if the mother is infected during pregnancy.

Be sure to also ask us about our Typhoid, Malaria, and H pylori RDTs, and our upcoming promotions for 2016.

 

LET’S CONNECT AT THE SHOW

Please feel free to schedule time with us so we can give you the attention you deserve. To do so, please click here.

 

NEW BOOTH

We’re also excited to show you our new booth that highlights our history of discovering and developing diagnostics since 1998.

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Top six things you can do to get the Most out of Arab Health Conference and Exhibition

Exhibitions:

  1. Stay at the official hotels of the event. You’ll be more likely to connect with other attendees, speakers, and exhibitors, so you can have more casual and valuable conversations.
  2. Have a plan for the conference. Ask for a map and directory or download the AH app when searching for an exhibitor alphabetically, per country, or per product category, as well as a detailed interactive floor plan. Make a list of the exhibitors you want to visit and the order you’ll visit them. Once that’s done you can then cruise the floor as you wish. We’d be grateful if you put our booth on the list – CTK can be found at Booth Z7 G16.
  3. Consider bringing an empty bag. You can use it to bring back show materials if you think you’ll need it.

The conferences:

  1. Engage with the presenters. Ask if the presenter’s slides will be available so you can focus on the presentation and not have to take notes. Ask questions during the presentation, or afterwards as presenters often stay just for this purpose.
  2. Have actionable goals. Have a goal in mind for the event (networking, learning about a new technology, etc.) and always be looking for ideas on how to achieve that goal.
  3. Take your new lessons and implement them. Now that you have new knowledge or new connections capture what you are going to do next to make them useful to you and your organization.

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