SINCE 2011SINERGY FOR INNOVATION
BIOADVANCE CENTROAMERICA S.A. – BIOADVANCE® is a Costa Rican company specialized in the import and sale of materials, tests and equipment for human and animal laboratory diagnostics, in the Central American region. We serve the public, private and academic sectors.
We began our work in 2011, and since then, we have been in a continuous expansion throughout Central America, acquiring the experience to diversify during this new decade in other areas where we have extensive knowledge and with the support of the great human talent that we have, to be able to develop solutions tailored to our clients.
Our Business Lines
We offer a wide range of diagnostic solutions, of great help for the practice of Veterinary Medicine, from the simplest screening tests to diagnostic imaging tests.
Covid – 19
We offer a complete catalog of tests for the diagnosis of Antibodies and Antigens related to SARS-CoV-2 and its variants, of a sufficiently demonstrated quality, and with characteristics that make them superior to the competition. CE, IVD certificates.
10 years leading the diagnostic test market in Costa Rica and Central America.
Increased contact with wild and domestic animals are factors that have favored the transmission of diseases between animals and people.
– Gilles Kleitz, director of the AFD Ecological Transition Department.
The current health crisis sheds new light on the urgency of designing public policies that integrate the One Health components.
– Patrick Dauby, AFD Health Division project manager.
The contribution of doctors, veterinarians, ecologists, agronomists, sociologists and anthropologists helps to understand the problems from multiple aspects.
– Marie Edan, head of the AFD Agriculture, Biodiversity and Rural Development project
We understand the importance of the correct pets identification, a very important member of each family at a universal level. That is why we offer Microchips and RFID Readers certified by ICAR under the ISO 11784 and ISO 11785 standards.
The latest from our Blog
Coupling spatial statistics with social network analysis to estimate distinct risk areas of disease circulation to improve risk-based surveillance
By Nicolas C. Cardenas, Felipe Sanchez, Francisco P. N. Lopes, Gustavo Machado Published: 13 June 2022 Most animal disease surveillance systems concentrate efforts in blocking transmission pathways and tracing back infected contacts while not considering the risk of...
By Tony McDougal. Published: 17-06 According to Professor Moreno from the University of Sao Paulo, the constant monitoring of key pathogens such as Salmonella involving animal and human populations is extremely important to comprehend the effect of prevention and...
By Kathy Callahan, CPDT-KA -Published: November 19, 2021 A very tall cat tree and a well-trained dog help smooth a canine/feline introduction. Our kitty Bo and dog Mojo have been friends for years, but we often host foster dogs, so the tree and the baby gate on the...