The rise of Multi Drug-Resistant Organisms has become a global health and economic concern, and tools to combat them are urgently needed.
Antimicrobial stewardship aims to assist and educate healthcare practitioners in giving judicious antimicrobial treatment to patients, preventing overuse of antibiotics, and slowing down the development of antimicrobial resistance. One of its main principles is to facilitate a rapid and specific therapy based on an accurate diagnosis.
Antimicrobial Resistance is a major factor determining clinical unresponsiveness to treatment and rapid evolution to sepsis and shock. Sepsis – a life-threatening condition associated with 20% of all deaths worldwide – occurs when the body’s response to an infection damages its own tissues. The keys to patient survival are a prompt diagnosis and empirical antibiotic treatment, to eradicate the microbe that causes sepsis, reduce the risk of shock and multi-organ failure, and decrease the mortality rate.
We conceived many collection and transport systems: the ones below are the best when dealing with MDRO screening and diagnosis, ensuring a neat collection for flawless diagnostics.
Many of our collection and transport kits leverage our patented FLOQSwabs®: discover why it’s a plus!
Collection, transport & preservation system for enteric pathogens.
Multipurpose collection and transport system.
Dual Purpose Medium for collection, transport and preservation of bacteria and viruses.
Traditional Swab Collection and Transport System for Aerobic and Anaerobic Bacteria
The positive hemoculture processing device.
The enrichment broth for S. aureus spp.
Radian™ allows laboratories to exploit the advantages of disk diffusion while getting rid of its disadvantages, helping clinicians make rapid therapeutic decisions.
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