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diagnostics

noun as in syndrome

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At the 2017 Innovation Pipeline conference in San Francisco, Gabe Otte, CEO and co-founder of Freenome, another diagnostics company, said that his company hadn’t done a single financing round without having to show data.

From Time

The company also suggests that Bolt customers visit their nearest Chevy EV dealer to get the advanced diagnostics software, which should alert them ahead of any future battery issues.

PharmEasy, the only healthcare unicorn startup in India, is the nation’s largest online pharmacy and diagnostics brand.

Access hidden diagnostics panelsThe Fire TV can show you overlays with information such as CPU load, memory usage, display resolution, current internet streaming speed, video resolution, and other advanced diagnostic data.

While ports, railways and powerplants remain important, there should be a renewed focus on telemedicine, AI-enabled diagnostics services and apps that can boost access to public health care systems for low income or remote populations.

From Time

I booted it up and set my fingers on the keyboard, thinking that I would run some diagnostics and see what was what.

The cruel and unnecessary methods employed by those untrained for diagnostics, cannot be too vigorously condemned.

Most clinical psychologists develop competence in both diagnostics and intervention.

But if an observer of nature had accompanied John Meadows on market-day he might have seen—diagnostics.

The first, which was the fruit of his experiences at Northampton, may be described as a system of religious diagnostics.

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On this page you'll find 14 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to diagnostics, such as: ailment, disorder, malady, problem, sickness, and affection.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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