- Detects Polymicrobial infections simultaneously
- Reduces unnecessary drug exposure and adverse effects
- Prevents delays in diagnosis and treatment
- Provides antibiotic treatment guidance
- Lab Genomics tests 27 pathogens, 21 antibiotic resistant genes
Implications of Antibiotic Resistance
- Increases mortality and morbidity from untreatable diseases.
- Increases risk of global spread of pathogens.
- Results in longer, more frequent hospital stays.
- Limits drug options at a time when pharmaceutical companies are developing fewer new antimicrobials.
- Increases cost of research for new drugs
Comprehensive, Accurate and Fast Results
Advanced Lesion Wound Report
Wound Antibiotic Treatment Guidance
The following tables shows common treatment options for organisms assayed as present in this sample, combined with any positive or negative assayed resistance markers. “T” indicates a treatment option; “T:R” indicates a treatment option that may be affected by the detected resistance marker(s).
CFU equivalents: Low(L) / Medium (M) / High (H)