Neonatal Jaundice and
Point of Care Lactate Testing
FDA's New Performance Requirements
and Off Label Use of BGMS
All at our Next Meeting and
Vendor Fair Tuesday, September 15
Hilton Garden Inn, 530 Pennsylvania Ave.
Ft. Washington, PA 19034
3.5 CEU credits for today’s session*
Continental Breakfast & Sign-in
Welcome & Announcements
Neonatal Jaundice and Bilirubin
Measurement -Are we doing it right?
Knowing Now Matters, the Importance of Rapid TAT, Test Targeting and Treatment in Various Disease States
Colleen Quinn, Alere
Point of Care Lactate Testing- An Essential Tool for the Management of Critically Ill Patients
Lunch and Visit Vendors
“Which Test for Which Setting”
Mark Johnson, Beckman
Extended Claims of StatStrip Glucose that covers all patients. FDA new performance requirements and off label use of BGMS
2:45pm Business Meeting and Adjourn
There is a $20.00 meeting registration fee for
all Non-KEYPOCC attendees
Attendees can RSVP for this meeting by sending an email to:
There are limited vendors table available for this meeting.
To request a table, send an email to:
Be sure to include the KEYPOCC Vendor Form as an attachment to your email.
The Hilton Garden Inn,
Fort Washington is conveniently located just
off I-276 (PA Turnpike).
This Fort Washington hotel is only 13 miles from downtown Philadelphia and 700 yards from the SEPTA regional train station with service to the entire Philadelphia region.
Martha Lyon, Ph.D.
Dr. Martha Lyon is a Clinical Biochemist specializing in POC and Pediatrics since 2000. She is a Diplomat American Board of Clinical Chemistry and Fellow of the National Academy of Clinical Biochemistry.
Evangelos (Evan) Ntrivalas, MD Ph.D.
Dr. Evan Ntrivalas is Director of Medical and Scientific Affairs Nova Biomedical. Board certified lab director. He holds a MD and a Ph.D. in Micro and Immunology.
Ron Newby is Director of Marketing at Nova Biomedical in Waltham, MA. Ron received a Bachelor of Science from Michigan State University in microbiology and public health. After graduating, he worked as a clinical microbiologist at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, MI and at St. Charles Hospital in Toledo, OH. He moved into sales with Analytical Products Inc. (API), and then as a sales representative with Nova Biomedical, covering Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, and Ontario. In December 1992, Ron moved to Waltham, MA, where he continues to serves as Director of Marketing, with a focus on Nova’s point-of-care meter systems.
*KEYPOCC is approved as a provider of
continuing education programs in the clinical laboratory
sciences by the ASCLS P.A.C.E. ® Program