Multiplex PCR is the gateway to syndromic testing and better patient care
Many infections are present with similar signs and symptoms. However, today’s targeted infectious disease diagnostics are limited to testing only the most common pathogens associated with a clinical syndrome. This leaves most infections undiagnosed and leads to additional downstream testing, patient dissatisfaction and compromised patient care. By using a molecular syndromic approach and a broad test menu, it will be able to better detect and identify the infectious agents with just one easy test.
Get Faster Results
Multiplex PCR helps healthcare providers deliver proper treatment by providing fast and accuratepathogen identification. With same day turnaround time, clinicians can make vital decisions regarding hospital admission, isolation, cohorting, antiviral or antibiotic therapy and additional diagnostic testing.
Get Better Results
Multiplex PCR approach increases the probability of identifying a pathogen in patients with symptoms of an infectious disease and increases capability of detection of co-infections.
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Currant available panels
RESPIRATORY PANEL, TEST ID # 10102
Panel tests for a comprehensive set of 20 upper respiratory viral and identifies the most common viral and bacterial pathogens that cause indistinguishable symptoms. The rapid and accurate identification of chooses to treat an upper respiratory tract infection.
Human Metapneumovirus Human Rhinovirus/Enterovirus
Parainfluenza Virus 1
2 Parainfluenza Virus 3
Parainfluenza Virus 4
Respiratory Syncytial Virus
GASTROINTESTINAL PANEL, TEST ID # 10100
GI Panel tests for a comprehensive set of 22 gastrointestinal pathogens. The GI Panel tests stool specimens for common pathogens associated with gastroenteritis. Quickly identifying the correct pathogen can ensure appropriate treatment, patient management and help decrease infectious gastroenteritis which can lead to severe illness or death.
Campylobacter (jejuni, coli and upsaliensis)
Clostridium difficile (toxin A/B) Plesiomonas shigelloides Salmonella
Vibrio (parahaemolyticus, vulnificus and cholerae)
DIARRHEAGENIC E. COLI/SHIGELLA:
Enteroaggregative E. coli (EAEC)
Enteropathogenic E. coli (EPEC)
Enterotoxigenic E. coli (ETEC)
Shiga-like toxin-producing E. coli (STEC)
stx1/stx2 Shigella/Enteroinvasive E. coli (EIEC)
E. coli O157
Sapovirus (I, II, IV & V)