Awareness research report of hematological disease gene detection in the clinical application

Chun-fei Jiang, Mei Liu, Na Wei, Fang Wang, Yang Zhang, Xue Chen, Wen Teng, Hong-xing Liu

Abstract


Objective: To investigate the cognition of the medical workers on hematological disease gene detection in the clinical application.  Methods: We investigated 371 scholars participating in the “Third Ludaopei Hematology Forum” through WeChat. Investigation contents include the basic information of respondents, work habits and their views on gene testing in clinical application. Results: The age of the respondents are mainly less than 40 years old. Genetic testing finds wide application in the tertiary hospitals and high level of specialized hospitals. 32.36% of respondents believe that genetic testing cost is the main factor restricting the clinical application; 68.2% respondents can tolerate the fact that report is issued at 5-10 working days. For gene mutations report, 49.1% clinical doctors think the results are too complicated. Conclusion: Genetic testing in clinical diagnosis has been more widely applied, especially for the tertiary hospitals and high level of specialized hospitals. The cost, time and the fewness of clinical testing programs which are clinically significant, are the main factors which restricted the clinical application of genetic testing. Most clinicians hope that genetic testing report will be issued at 5-10 working days, and deem that the results are too complicated.  


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Hematology; Oncology;Molecular diagnosis; Gene detection

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14725/gjcr.v3n2a1659

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Global Journal of Clinical Report  

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