Lab technician loading a syndromic testing pouch into the BioFire® Torch System.

Best Uses of BioFire SARS-CoV-2 Syndromic Testing Based on Updated WHO Guidelines

Here's what users of BioFire’s SARS-CoV-2 syndromic testing solutions should know in response to the WHO's updated testing guidelines.

Valentine’s Love Bug App 2020

Looking for love in all the wrong places? Try the BioFire Love Bug App to meet your infectious match!

Respiratory Trivia Quiz

Coughing, sneezing, wheezing—the symptoms may be similar, but can be caused by a variety of viruses & bacteria. Test your respiratory knowledge in this quiz!

What Are Viruses? Viruses 101

Viruses have co-existed with humans well before our our earliest evolutionary origins. Learn all about viruses, how they operate, & how they are diagnosed.
Lab technicians looking over a BioFire® System report.

PCR for Pneumonia Pathogen Identification

Pneumonia patients are frequently overtreated with antibiotics due to the difficulty to quickly identify cause. PCR technology helps alleviate this issue.

World Pneumonia Day 2020

November 12th is World Pneumonia day, raising awareness of the infectious disease that claimed 2.5 million lives in 2019, and how to protect against it.
Person holding a BioFire® syndromic testing pouch.

RSV: An Often-Unknown Respiratory Danger

Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) is one of several respiratory pathogens that are active during what’s known as flu season. Learn more.

BioFire Haunted House – Halloween 2019

Each room of the BioFire Haunted House contains a mysterious bug making mischief. Creep around the house to catch the culprits!
Sample medium being loaded into a syndromic testing pouch.

How Investing in the BioFire® FilmArray® System Leads to Cost Savings Benefits

The BioFire FilmArray System requires a higher initial investment than standard-of-care testing methods—but the cost savings benefits of syndromic infectious disease diagnostics are substantial in the long run.

7 Ways to Protect Against Respiratory Season

The news media calls it flu season. But healthcare providers know it’s much more than that—it’s respiratory season, the time of year when several cold and influenza viruses circulate widely, filling doctors’ offices, urgent care clinics, and emergency rooms with miserable patients. And this year, COVID-19 is expected to greatly compound the misery for everyone.