BioFire’s New Multiplex PCR Testing Solution for Joint Infections

The BioFire Joint Infection Panel features a panel of 31 causative pathogens & 8 antimicrobial resistance markers most likely to cause joint infections.
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Matchup: The Stool Bench vs. the BioFire GI Panel

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

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

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

What is syndromic testing? What are the advantages of the syndromic approach?

Many infections present with similar signs and symptoms. But…

What does BioFire recommend for verification of loaner, replacement, and repaired instruments?

Ultimately, it is the responsibility of the laboratory director…

Who do I contact for additional training or for help bringing on a new panel?

Should you require additional training or need assistance bringing…

Where can I find research and abstracts on BioFire products?

Research articles related to BioFire products can be found on…

Does BioFire provide any guidelines for reagent Quality Control (QC)?

Depending on your regulatory body, you may have to perform Quality…

Where can I find Certificates of Analysis?

Should you require a Certificate of Analysis for a pouch kit…

Where can I find BioFire training videos and webinars?

BioFire has created several videos to aid in training and operation…

Where can I find Instructions For Use (IFU) and other panel-specific documentation?

You can find Instructions for Use (IFU), Operator's Manuals,…