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ECCMID 2019

The 29th European Congress of Clinical Microbiology & Infectious Diseases

13–16 April 2019 | Amsterdam | Booth 1.50

Join us and learn how greater accuracy can help your laboratory in the diagnosis of sepsis and testing of susceptibility.

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In times of increasing demands in the clinical laboratory, delivering precise, accurate results quickly is critical to providing optimal patient care–especially in the diagnosis of sepsis and critical routine susceptibility testing. User-friendly, fast and accurate, our microbiology, urinalysis and hematology systems provide comprehensive solutions for busy microbiology and diagnostics laboratories.

Stop by booth 1.50 to see the latest line of reliable and cost-effective systems. Learn how to improve accuracy and associated costs, as well as how to identify sepsis sooner, which affects more than 30 million patients worldwide.*

Attend the symposium, "New Challenges in Clinical Microbiology: Faster Diagnosis of Sepsis and Critical Routine Susceptibility Testing," and learn how the laboratory can help physicians detect antimicrobial resistance and sepsis sooner.

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New Challenges in Clinical Microbiology: Faster Diagnosis of Sepsis and Critical Routine Susceptibility Testing

Today's laboratories are facing more challenges than ever. Increasing concern over sepsis accelerates the need for accurate, rapid diagnosis. Coupled with the growing threat of emerging antimicrobial resistance (AMR), routine antibiotic susceptibility testing and minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) accuracy is needed to not only help detect AMR, but also to meet the clinical needs of all patients.

 

Join our panel of experts to learn how the laboratory can help physicians in light of these and other concerns and discover a new solution in the fight against sepsis—the Early Sepsis Indicator.* 

Detailed Agenda

Monday, 15 April 2019
16:00–18:00

Chair

Professor Barbara L. Zimmer
Beckman Coulter, Inc.

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2019-04-15 16:00:00 2019-04-15 18:00:00 Europe/Amsterdam ECCMID Symposium: New Challenges in Clinical Microbiology: Faster Diagnosis of Sepsis and Critical Routine Susceptibility Testing 29th European Congress of Clinical Microbiology & Infectious Diseases
Amsterdam, Netherlands
13-16 April 2019
ECCMID Amsterdam, Netherlands Beckman Coulter Diagnostics

 Time  Symposium  Speaker
 16:00–16:05  Welcome  Barbara Zimmer (USA)
 16:05–16:30 MIC Surveillance, Resistance Mechanisms and Public Health  Rafael Canton (Spain)
 16:30–16:55 Importance of Determining Chemosusceptibility Tests in Gram Negative Non-fermenting Bacteria Isolated from the Respiratory Tract of Cystic Fibrosis Patients  Samantha Sottotetti (Italy)
 16:55–17:20 Using Hematology Assays to Assess Sepsis Risk  Jeannine Holden (USA)
 17:20–17:45 Accuracy of MICs  Sören Gatermann (Germany)
 17:45–18:00 Discussion  Panel

Boost Accuracy in Your Lab

Microbiology

 

Urinalysis

 

Hematology

*Sepsis Alliance. “Critical Fact Sheet.” Sepsis.org. Accessed January 15, 2018.

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