EDITDIAG, a diagnostic test dedicated to the medical staff.
What is EDITDIAG?
EDITDIAG is a blood test to diagnose and monitor mental illnesses, with a primary focus on depression.
How does it work?
The EDITDIAG test involves a simple blood test, quick and minimally invasive.
Once collected, the blood sample is sent to a laboratory to be analyzed. During the analysis, ALCEDIAG biomarkers are identified and quantified in the blood sample. They are then analyzed using ALCEDIAG proprietary algorithm.
Within 48 hours, ALCEDIAG provides medical staff with the results of the analysis, which, combined with the results of the clinical examination, will improve the patient's diagnosis and management.
What can EDITDIAG do for you?
Without a doubt, performing a psychiatric diagnosis requires time, experience and expertise and more. Having access to the patient’s history, being in contact with the patient’s relatives, winning the patient’s trust and having a patient who is able and willing to communicate are also essential elements. Nevertheless, the data gathered are empirical and leave room for interpretation. In this context, EDITDIAG provides medical staff with biological, objective and quantitative data to support their work and facilitate the diagnostic and monitoring process. EDITIDAG tests can be integrated into current work processes to complement them.