For Labs

Matchup: The Stool Bench vs. the BioFire GI Panel

Stool culture is the standard for gastroenteritis testing, however, stool culture has several shortcomings, especially when compared to the BioFire GI Panel.

Syndromic Diagnostics Help Combat AMR

Effective diagnostics are a vital tool in combatting antibiotic resistance.
For Healthcare Providers

The Value of the Syndromic Approach in an Outpatient Setting

Onsite syndromic infectious disease testing provides fast, accurate, & comprehensive results that can help provide patients with concrete answers & enable clinicians to offer appropriate therapy faster.

COVID-19: Two Years Later

We are now more than 2 years past the initial outbreak of COVID-19, and it’s incredible how much the COVID testing landscape has changed in those two years.

Highest Detected Respiratory Pathogens

Respiratory pathogens tend to be seasonal, however, not all pathogens follow the same pattern. Learn more about which pathogens are circulating.

Combating Healthcare-Acquired Infections (HAIs) with Syndromic Infectious Disease Testing

Effectively combating HAIs requires the deployment of a multi-pronged approach to lessen the disease burden and protect patient health.

Tactics to De-escalate Transmission of COVID-19 in Healthcare Facilities

Like other commonly identified HAIs, the nosocomial transmission of the COVID-19 virus poses an immediate threat to patient health & safety.

Questions from the Blood Bench – Lab Week Webinar on April 28

In celebration of Laboratory Professionals Week, bioMérieux wishes to show thanks to laboratory professionals & highlight the importance these individuals have on patient care.

Updating Breakpoints in Antimicrobial Susceptibility Testing

All clinical microbiology laboratories should use the most up-to-date AST breakpoints to interpret minimum inhibitory concentrations and disk diffusion zones.

COVID PCR Testing Can be Fast—and It’s More Accurate than Rapid Antigen Tests

Rapid antigen tests provide results very quickly but can show a reduced sensitivity. Molecular PCR testing provides fast, accurate answers.