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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.

C. difficile: the most common healthcare-associated infection

Clostridioides difficile can easily spread through healthcare settings, wreaking additional misery on those already ill. Learn more about this common HAI.

Cost Savings with Syndromic Meningitis/Encephalitis Testing from BioFire

Investing in syndromic meningitis/encephalitis testing from BioFire can provide many benefits over time, including significant cost savings.

Vote for the Best Clinical Product of 2020 in the Scientists’ Choice Awards

We are delighted to announce that our BioFire® Respiratory 2.1 (RP2.1) Panel has been nominated in the Best New Clinical Product of 2020 category!

BioFire Syndromic Trends Website Updated with SARS-CoV-2 Data

The public-facing SyndromicTrends.com website now includes detection-rate information for the BioFire® Respiratory 2.1 Panel, including data for SARS-CoV-2!

What is Sepsis?

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Sepsis is the result of a body’s extreme response to an infection & at least 1.7 million adults in the US develop sepsis every year. Learn more about sepsis.
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

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

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!

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

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