252 results

Scientific Study

Rapid identification by MALDI-TOF/MS and antimicrobial disk diffusion susceptibility testing for positive blood cultures after a short incubation on the WASPLab®

Abdessalam Cherkaoui & Gesuele Renzi & Nouria Azam & Didier Schorderet & Nicolas Vuilleumier
& Jacques Schrenzel

Scientific Study

Copan WASPLab® automation significantly reduces incubation times and allows earlier culture readings

A. Cherkaoui, G. Renzi, N. Vuilleumier, J. Schrenzel

Scientific Study

Impact of the introduction of WASPLab® on the reporting time of blood cultures

Bea Van Den Poel, Adrian Klak, Marc Van Ranst, Melissa Depypere, Ann Verdonck, Karlien Vanhouteghem,
Katrien Lagrou, Stefanie Desmet

Scientific Study

Utilizing Digital Imaging to Determine Optimal Incubation Times for Routine Urine Cultures

Cynthia C. Keyak

Scientific Study

The patient is in the centre: integrated management of results with WASPLab® System

Laura Bartolini, Guendalina Vaggelli, Patrizia Pecile, Gian Maria Rossolini

Scientific Study

Medical value of WASPLab® automation solution in a 24/7 clinical microbiology laboratory: some preliminary results

Olivier DAUWALDER, HCL team, Jean Marc de MARTINI, Jean Francois SAUZON,
Monique DREVARD, bMx team, Gérard LINA, Frédéric LAURENT & Francois VANDENESCH

Scientific Study

Competence Assessment, Training and Teaching In a Total Automated Microbiology Laboratory

M. Gaskin, D. Yamamura , J. Korver

Scientific Study

Comparison of Copan WASP® versus BD Kiestra™ InoqulA™ in Isolating Colonies from Positive Urine Culture Specimens

Mir H. Noorbahsh, Susan Novak-Weekley

Scientific Study

Comparison of WASP® and WASPLab® and InoqulA™ for Primary Specimens Streaking Quality

Marion Jetter, Martina Marchesi, Michael Hombach, Peter M. Keller

Scientific Study

A Comparative Evaluation of Automated (Copan WASP®) Versus Manual Methods for Plate Streaking and Specimen Processing

Preneshni Naicker, Keithea Mentoor, Clive Misland, V. Mischka Moodley, Pascal Musoni,
Chad Centner, Clinton Moodley, Janet Scholtz, Mark Nicol

Scientific Study

Evaluating the preservation and isolation of stool pathogens using the COPAN FecalSwab™ transport system and walk-away specimen processor

Goneau LW, Mazzulli A, Trimi X, Cabrera A, Lo P, Mazzulli T

Scientific Study

Microbiology meets molecular diagnostics evolving in flexible sample to result workflow

A. Giambra, S. Allibardi, S. Rizzo, M. Enrietto, A. Vinelli, M. Castro, F. Gorreta

Scientific Study

Implementation of Copan FecalSwab™ and Copan Selenite™ on WASP® for the Automated Processing of Stool Specimens

Ann Lemmens, Truus Goegebuer, and Luc Hendrickx

Scientific Study

Evaluation of the Copan BC+™ for the Automated Management of Positive Blood Cultures: Microscope Slides and Subcultures Preparation

Bielli A., Lepera V., Oggioni M., Lacchini C., Lombardi G., Vismara C.

Scientific Study

Accelerated Time-to-Diagnosis by Automated Processing of Positive Blood Cultures on Copan WASPLab®

Marion Jetter, Martina Marchesi, Peter M. Keller, Michael Hombach

Scientific Study

Evaluating WASPLab® against manual processing for infection control screening swabs – An Australian perspective

Catherine WRIGHT

Scientific Study

Comparison of Five Media for Detection of Extended-Spectrum Beta Lactamase by Use of WASP® Instrument for Automated Specimen Processing

P. Grohs, B. Tillecovidin, A. Caumont-Prim, E. Carbonnelle, N. Day, I. Podglajen and L. Gutmann

Scientific Study

Comparison of Automated Processing of Flocked Swabs with Manual Processing of Fiber Swabs for Detection of Nasal Carriage of Staphylococcus aureus

Gillian Jones, Roger Matthews, Richard Cunningham and Peter Jenks

Scientific Study

Use of Copan’s WASPLab® PhenoMATRIX™ Artificial Intelligence to Improve the Efficiency of Urine Culture Interpretation

Susan M. Poutanen, Jessica Bourke, Pauline Lo, Karen Pike, Katherine Wong, Tony Mazzulli

Scientific Study

Evaluation of the WASPLab® Segregation Software to Automatically Analyze Urine Cultures using Routine Blood and MacConkey Agars

Matthew L. Faron, Blake W. Buchan, Ryan F. Relich, James Clark, and Nathan A. Ledeboer