23rd March 2017 Content supplied by: Liofilchem s.r.l.
FDA-Cleared Liofilchem MIC Test Strip (MTS™) Ceftazidime (CAZ)
Liofilchem has received clearance from the FDA to market in the United States the Ceftazidime (CAZ) MIC Test Strip (MTS™), a quantitative assay for determining the Minimum Inhibitory Concentration (MIC) of ceftazidime against Citrobacter species, Enterobacter species, Escherichia coli, Klebsiella species, Proteus mirabilis, Proteus vulgaris, Pseudomonas aeruginosa.
For more technical details on the Ceftazidime MIC Test Strip IFU: www.liofilchem.net/MTS/FDA
MIC Test Strips (MTS™) are porous strips with special features (International Patent) that are impregnated with a predefined concentration gradient of antibiotic, across 15 two-fold dilutions of a conventional MIC method. On one side of the strip there is a printed MIC scale in μg/mL and a code that identifies the antimicrobial agent.
Ceftazidime MIC Test Strip 0.016-256 μg/mL
- 10 strip pack: ref. 921381
- 30 strip pack: ref. 92138
- 100 strip pack: ref. 921380
Ceftazidime is the fifth of a long series of MIC Test Strip items to be approved by the FDA, following recent approval of the Vancomycin, Dalbavancin, Ceftolozane-tazobactam and Meropenem strips. In the meantime, the rest of the MIC Test Strip range is available in the United States as research use only devices, while the entire MIC Test Strip product catalog is CE marked and fully available as IVD for clinical diagnostics purposes in Europe and approved in Canada by Health Canada. MIC Test Strip is also registered at the competent Authority in many countries outside Europe as a clinical diagnostic device.
The current MIC Test Strip range comprises antibiotics, antifungals, antimycobacterials, and combined strips for detection of resistance mechanisms (ESBL, MBL, KPC, AmpC and GRD) for over 150 items, each available in three pack formats (10, 30 and 100), for the widest gradient strip range in the international market.
Date Published: 23rd March 2017
FDA-Cleared Liofilchem MIC Test Strip
Antimicrobial Susceptibility and Resistance Testing