2009 CLSI Guidelines in BIOMIC V3
The latest 2009 Interpretive CLSI (Clinical Laboratory Standards Institute) M100-S19, M2-A10, M7-A8, and M35-A2 guidelines are updated on the BIOMIC V3 software. Antibiotic disk diffusion test results are checked by the Resistance Monitoring Center™ for all resistance mechanisms, report appropriate comments, and flag unlikely results.
BIOMIC V3´s advanced color digital imaging technology automates the reading, interpretation, and reporting of CLSI antibiotic disk diffusion tests and commercial identification panels including RapID™ (Remel), API® (bioMerieux), BBL™ Crystal™ (BD). The addition of a bar code reader coupled with bi-directional LIS/LIMS interface capability further speeds workflow. BIOMIC V3 serves as a primary or secondary AST-ID system for
microbiology laboratories of all sizes and setups.
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Posted: February 19, 2009
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