Winner: Best System Performance Award1
||Beckman Coulter was recognized with an IMV ServiceTrak™ Award for Best System Performance in the AST/ID Modality category for the MicroScan WalkAway family of instrumentation. Awards are based on interviews conducted with laboratory professionals from thousands of locations across the United States about their experiences working with specific instruments.
ID/AST System Advances for Your Laboratory
Experience the benefits of proven technology
- Delivers gold-standard accuracy for microorganism identification and susceptibility testing
- Enables simultaneous processing of conventional, rapid and specialty panels on a single, automated platform
- Delivers accurate emerging resistance detection for the toughest pathogens, including VISA, VRSA and MRSA2
- Supports efficient high-volume testing when paired with the Copan WASP DT: Walk-Away Specimen Processor* and the Bruker MALDI Biotypersystem†
- Processes Rapid and Specialty ID panels for reduced turnaround time when speed matters
- Can be used with our highly rated service program experts who work closely with you to help your microbiology laboratory reach new levels of operational efficiency
- Provides level-sensing and high-volume fluids to minimize maintenance and enhance ease of use
Achieve greater efficiency
The WalkAway plus system includes LabPro Information Manager software designed to simplify workflow and minimize technologist interaction, while accommodating differing regional and institutional environments through extensive customization features. Our customizable LabPro AlertEX software automates detection of atypical results for quick reporting and directs staff to the most appropriate action, based on customized institutional procedures. Optional LabPro Connect software allows you to consolidate data from multiple testing systems on epidemiology reports right in your laboratory office.
The system's direct minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) detects emerging resistance as it occurs, providing accurate results without reliance on historical data or virtual MIC.2