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Noble Medical Inc.

19525 Janacek Court, Suite 104 , 53045 Brookfield, WI
USA

Telephone +1 262 4329308
Fax +1 262 7841246
andreas@noblemedical.com

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14.11.2016

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Point of Care product demonstration - Drug of Abuse -Infectous Disease - seeking International Distributor Partnerships

Please visit us at our booth 1B19. Via additional diagnostic product offerings, we are expanding our international customer base and would consider exclusive distribution rights. We have several new products on display at this years MEDICA 2016 Conference. We also have committed to the distribution of infectous disease POCT devices.

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15.11.2016

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Point of Care product demonstration - Drug of Abuse -Infectous Disease - seeking International Distributor Partnerships

Please visit us at our booth 1B19. Via additional diagnostic product offerings, we are expanding our international customer base and would consider exclusive distribution rights. We have several new products on display at this years MEDICA 2016 Conference. We also have committed to the distribution of infectous disease POCT devices.

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16.11.2016

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Point of Care product demonstration - Drug of Abuse -Infectous Disease - seeking International Distributor Partnerships

Please visit us at our booth 1B19. Via additional diagnostic product offerings, we are expanding our international customer base and would consider exclusive distribution rights. We have several new products on display at this years MEDICA 2016 Conference. We also have committed to the distribution of infectous disease POCT devices.

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17.11.2016

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Point of Care product demonstration - Drug of Abuse -Infectous Disease - seeking International Distributor Partnerships

Please visit us at our booth 1B19. Via additional diagnostic product offerings, we are expanding our international customer base and would consider exclusive distribution rights. We have several new products on display at this years MEDICA 2016 Conference. We also have committed to the distribution of infectous disease POCT devices.

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  • 03  Diagnostics
  • 03.01  Clinical chemistry
  • 03.01.14  Rapid tests - clinical chemistry

Rapid tests - clinical chemistry

  • 03  Diagnostics
  • 03.01  Clinical chemistry
  • 03.01.14  Rapid tests - clinical chemistry
  • 03.01.14.01  Point of care - testing systems

Point of care - testing systems

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Aug 25, 2016

Detecting Drug Abuse Among Medical Professionals

by Nicole Jupe on July 6, 2016

The challenges associated with opioid abuse can impact anyone regardless of gender, age, race, or job position. Perhaps surprisingly to some, that fact that some physicians struggle with substance abuse and addiction is not a new phenomenon. USA Today reported that more than 100,000 doctors, nurses, technicians and other healthcare professionals struggle with abuse or addiction in any given year, mostly involving oxycodone and fentanyl.

History shows that well-known medical professionals have struggled with drug addiction in the past. Dr. William Stewart Halsted, professor of surgery at Johns Hopkins, pioneered the use of local anesthesia while battling with a life-long addiction to cocaine. Another more recent, well-known case involves David Kwiatkowski, a medical technician and drug addict, who stole and used syringes of fentanyl from surgery patients. He then returned the tainted needles to hospitals where they led to hepatitis C infections of 30 patients.

According to research published in the Journal of Addiction Medicine by Lisa Merlo, Ph.D., physicians are just as likely as the general public to abuse alcohol or illegal drugs, yet they are more likely to misuse prescription drugs. Dr. Merlo cites five primary reasons for misuse in her research:

◾ Managing physical pain
◾ Managing emotional pain and psychiatric symptoms
◾ Managing stressful situations
◾ Recreational use
◾ Avoiding withdrawal

Hospitals and medical centers take precautions with security, pill storage, surveillance, and the tracking of controlled substances. In addition, organizations can implement comprehensive medical professional drug testing programs to aid in their efforts around protecting the health and safety of both patients and staff.

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Noble Medical is a worldwide provider of on-site drugs of abuse testing products and automated drug of abuse screening systems  marketed under the trade names Split Specimen Cup®, Insta-Screen, One Step Cup™, Trutest, Multi Clin™ and for private label.

The Noble Split Specimen Cup® is an industry leader for on-site drug testing. The patented Split Specimen Cup® delivery system eliminates urine handling and donor tampering, providing a unique and efficient approach for on-site drug testing.

During our nineteen history, we have developed a global distribution network with a strong presence in North America, South America, Europe, and Australia.

In addition to our trade name products, we also market products known as: Drug Testing Kits, Split Kits. Split Specimen. Split Cups, Ez Cups, Ez Split Cups, Ez Split Specimen Cups, Cards, Dips, Pipettes, Drug Test Cards, Drug Testing, Drug Testing Dips, Drug Testing Pipettes, Eye Dropper Tests, Eye Dropper Drug Testing, Insta Cards, Instant Drug Tests, Urine Drug Tests, Alcohol Test Kits, Instant Alcohol Testing, Instant Alcohol Test Kits, Breathalyzers, Instant Breathalyzers, Evidential Testers, Evidential Breath Alcohol Testing, Breath Alcohol Testers, Phoenix 6.0, EV30, FC Series, Phoenix Classic, Lifeloc Supplies, Lifeloc Mouth Pieces, PBA Mouth Pieces.

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Company data

Sales volume

10-49 Mio US $

Export content

max. 25%

Number of employees

1-19

Foundation

1997

Area of business

Diagnostics