At Hart Biologicals, we research and manufacture kits for the detection of blood and platelet disorders including that of systematic lupus erythematosus commonly known as Lupus or SLE.
As the World Health Organisation labelled the outbreak of the coronavirus COVID-19 as a pandemic, the Hartlepool-based healthcare manufacturer has stepped up its campaign of vigilance to keep its customers and employees as safe as possible.
Hart Biologicals has recently launched two new products in their MEA range to monitor and test the platelet response of patients.
Two members of the Hart Biologicals QA team have attended the 3rd Annual European Medical Device and Diagnostic Quality Management Conference in Brussels.
Self-experimentation in medical research has contributed to some of the biggest breakthroughs in medical history, as exampled by Marie Curie, Dr Jonas Silk, Dr Barry Marshall and others, whose incredible stories have paved the way to the create some of the medical science we use routinely today.
The Quality Assurance department at Hart Biologicals covers a wide range of activities and is integral to the achievement of high standards and customer expectation.
As 2019 draws to a close much has changed since the turn of the millennium in the pathology laboratory.
Hart Biologicals attended the largest forum for medicine, Medica, on Wednesday November 20, in Düsseldorf, to discuss specialised haemostasis products and services with other companies in the industry.
Hart Biologicals will be attending Medica, the leading International Trade Fair and World Forum for Medicine, where more than 5,000 exhibitors will present their newest products and ideas from 18 to 21 November 2019.
The team at Hart Biologicals recently came together to congratulate former Managing Director Alby Pattison on a long and successful career.
Hart Biologicals is proud to distribute the HALYARD CLOtest Rapid Urease Test in the UK and Ireland, which is used to detect Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) in thestomach and duodenum.
Hart Biologicals has raised a fantastic £700 thanks to another successful Macmillan Cancer Support coffee morning which included one of our staff braving a head shave!