Analyzers, Laboratory, Microbiology, Susceptibility, Automated

Definition : Susceptibility microbiological analyzers that perform the analysis with minimal involvement from the technician, using automation in most steps of the test procedure, including automated reading of the test, reduction of test data, and generation of an interpretation of the test results; most analyzers include integral incubators, and some also automate the culture preparation process. Most of these analyzers use photometric, fluorimetric or video-image analysis methods and include sample containers (e.g., vials, trays), a reader module to scan the containers, and a computer module for control and data processing.

Entry Terms : "Blood Culture Analyzers, Automated" , "Microbiological Systems, Automated" , "Blood Culture Analyzers, Automatic"

UMDC code : 15306

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1-4 of 4 Match(es).


Company Type: Parent

BD is a medical technology company that serves healthcare institutions, life science researchers, clinical laboratories, industry and the general public.

Biolog Inc

Company Type: Parent

Biolog is a world leader in cell-based phenotypic testing technologies and assays. We have focused our efforts on developing technologies and products to test properties of cells (phenotypes) very simply and efficiently.

Charles River Laboratories International Inc

Company Type: Parent

Charles River has provided tailored research models and laboratory animal support services, as well as preclinical and clinical support services, to help our global partners accelerate their research and drug development efforts. Our offerings span the entire drug development process, from discovery through market approval, forming a seamless partnership throughout the process.

Giles Scientific Inc

Company Type: Parent

Giles Scientific was incorporated in New York City in 1984 after US-FDA clearance to market the BIOMIC System to clinical microbiology laboratories. The company is currently located in Santa Barbara, California. In 1985, the TRINITY System was introduced for quality assurance and potency testing of newly manufactured lots of antibiotics.

1-4 of 4 Match(es).


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