Global Point of Care

Journey with Abbott

at the 24th International AIDS Conference

Montreal, Canada | Booth 410
29 July - 2 August

Journey with Abbott at the 24th International AIDS Conference

Montreal, Canada | Booth 410
29 July - 2 August

Can't join in person? Register now to receive a link
to watch the symposia back on demand

International AIDS Conference 2022

Since the introduction of our first HIV test in 1985, Abbott has been a leading diagnostics partner to major organizations and governments across the globe. This was achieved through our integrated, comprehensive data driven diagnostic solutions for HIV that empower life-changing, patient-centered care.

We are proud to meet again at the 24th International AIDS Conference. We invite you to “Journey with Abbott” as we continue to create innovative diagnostic solutions along the continuum of patient care and across all levels of the healthcare ecosystem, from central labs down to the most decentralized health outposts.

Join our Symposia

Ending the HIV Epidemic: Thinking Outside of the Box

Friday, 29 July, 14:45 –16:15, Room 517B

There remains an unmet need for HIV testing solutions: While progress has been made, barriers to HIV testing remain that impact achievement of the 95/95/95 targets. A crucial step to reaching the UNAIDS goals is to make sure people with HIV can be accurately identified. HIV Self-test can reduce barriers to testing by providing a convenient, confidential approach to HIV testing. Identifying HIV-positive patients by using fourth generation testing early on reduces the risk of onward transmission. Moving to Triple Elimination and Antenatal Care will also be essential. We all need to align and commit to reaching the 95-95-95 goal and ending the HIV epidemic by 2030.

Dedication is needed to stay ahead of the evolving public health demands and reach vulnerable populations. Addressing the HIV epidemic has been a shared global priority for decades and Abbott has woven these values into our 2030 sustainability plan and core business priorities. We’re leading the way with a holistic approach for HIV detection and monitoring wherever they’re needed–including remote decentralized settings.

Advanced HIV Care & Monitoring Optimization: Fast and Accurate Results

Monday, 1 August, 17:45 –19:15, Room 511

Everyday 600 PLHIV will die of TB: TB deaths among people living with HIV has increased for the first time in over a decade, with 215,000 deaths in 2020 due to COVID-19 disruption to TB services and lack of funding. Statistically, the chance that HIV positive patients will acquire TB is 60% in the first 2 years after HIV diagnosis in adults and 50% in children. Guidelines recommend CD4 cell counts at diagnosis as an essential diagnostic tool for identifying high-risk patients who need further diagnostic tests.

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Visit us at the exhibition in booth 410

Explore our immersive and engaging experience at Booth 410 to learn more about our latest innovations that continue to raise the standard of care in HIV.

At our booth, we will share our comprehensive diagnostic innovations in detection, monitoring, and advanced care of HIV patients across the continuum of HIV patient journey including:

  • Our NEW innovations in HIV self-testing
  • The latest advancement for earlier HIV detection at POC
  • Optimization of Advanced HIV Patient Care and Saving Lives
  • Our leading solution for laboratory workflow efficiency and high throughput HIV and co-infection testing

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