In vitro diagnostics are all the tests or measurements that are done in the laboratory on samples collected from the body (saliva, blood, urine). These tests then provide information such as identifying health conditions, disease state and presence of infection. Other types of in vitro diagnostic tests include various omics (genomics, proteomics), which can provide information about a current or potential future health issue. In vivo diagnostics are all the tests and measurements that can be done in or on the body as opposed to being sampled and tested/measured in a laboratory. Examples of in vivo diagnostics include heart rate, blood pressure, temperature and blood sugar levels. These measurements can be made with remote devices and can provide a continuous stream of data. Thus, in vivo diagnostics can be done in real-time whereas in vitro diagnostics require longer processing times, being that sample(s) must be harvested from the body and then tested.