The data comes from external studies that evaluated the potential clinical and workflow benefits of the Accelerate Pheno™ system and Accelerate PhenoTest™ BC kit compared to current methods. The studies also include new early stage research on potential whole blood applications.
ASM Microbe attendees can learn more about the potential impacts of faster antibiotic susceptibility results direct from positive blood cultures on patient treatment and antimicrobial stewardship at four Industry and Science presentations, two live and unscripted Q&A sessions with early clinical adopters, and ten poster presentations.
All presentations will be held at the ASM Microbe Annual Meeting
For schedule information, speaker details, and a list of poster presentations, visit http://acceleratediagnostics.com/asm2017.
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