Multicenter Microbiology Studies Collection
Access a variety of scientific studies detailing findings and developments in antibiotic MIC results using MicroScan panels.
Poster Multicenter Evaluation of Cephalexin MIC Results for Enterobacterales
Download the ECCMID 2020 poster for complete information demonstrating that cephalexin MIC results for Enterobacteriales correlate well with the MICs obtained using frozen reference panels. Review details from this multicenter study which used EUCAST interpretive criteria.
Poster MicroScan Meropenem/vaborbactam MIC Results Correlate with ISO/CLSI Reference Panels
Download the ECCMID 2020 poster for complete information showing the accuracy of meropenem/vaborbactam MIC panel results for Enterobacterales and P. aeruginosa correlated with frozen ISO/CLSI broth microdilution reference panel. Analyze the multicenter study’s methods, quality control parameters and conclusions based on EUCAST interpretive criteria.Download Poster
Poster ID Week 2019: Multicenter Evaluation of Meropenem/vaborbactam MIC Results on MicroScan Panels
Interested in combatting carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae? Read this poster to find out how meropenem/vaborbactam MIC results for Enterobacteriaceae correlate with frozen reference panels using CLSI/FDA interpretive criteria.Download
Poster ID Week 2019: Multicenter Evaluation of Eravacycline MIC Results on MicroScan Panels
Learn how eravacycline MIC results for Enterobacteriaceae obtained from three different sites correlate with MICs obtained using frozen reference panels using FDA interpretive criteria.Download
Poster Multicenter Evaluation of EUCAST Amoxicillin/Clavulanic Acid on MicroScan Panels
An ASM 2019 poster that illustrates how MicroScan Dried Gram-negative MIC panels correlated to the EUCAST amoxicillin/clavulanic acid formulation with frozen ISO/CLSI microbroth reference panel results for Enterobacteriaceae. Review details from a multicenter study showing clear breakpoint agreement with one of the world’s most commonly used antimicrobial susceptibility guidelines.Download
Poster Multicenter Evaluation: Meropenem/Vaboractam MIC Results—CLSI
See the correlation of results between the meropenem/vaboractam MIC for Enterobacteriaceae using MicroScan Dried Gram-negative MIC panels.Download
Eravacycline MIC Results—EUCAST
Poster MicroScan Eravacycline MIC Results Correlate with CLSI/ISO Frozen Panels
Download this ASM 2019 poster showing that the MicroScan Dried Gram-negative MIC panel results for eravacycline correlated well with frozen ISO/CLSI reference panels using FDA interpretive criteria. Analyze the multicenter study’s methods, quality control parameters and conclusions highlighting how panels compared with the frozen CLSI broth microdilution reference panel.Download
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Poster Multicenter Evaluation: Ceftolozane/Tazobactam MIC Results—EUCAST
Find out how results correlated between the ceftolozane/tazobactam MIC for Enterobacteriaceae and Pseudomonas using MicroScan Dried Gram-negative MIC panels.Download
Poster Evaluation of Ceftolozane/Tazobactam MIC Testing Using MicroScan PanelsDownload
Poster The Accuracy of MicroScan Panels in Ceftazidime/Avibactam MIC Testing
Discover the accuracy of MicroScan panels in testing the new antibiotic ceftazidime/avibactam, used to treat multidrug-resistant Gram-negative infections.Download
Poster Expanded Ciprofloxacin MIC Testing Using MicroScan Panels
Review study results showing how MicroScan Panels support new requirements for testing typhoidal Salmonella strains from extraintestinal sources.Download
Poster Verified Results at 18 Hours for Imipenem Testing from a Multicenter Study
Discover the results of a revised formulation of imipenem tested using MicroScan Dried Gram-negative MIC panels.Download
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