Manual Antimicrobial Susceptibility Testing
Manual antimicrobial testing solutions
Choose your preferred manual antimicrobial susceptibility testing solution from our range of flexible, customizable testing options to accommodate laboratories of all sizes, including solutions to achieve true minimum inhibitory concentration results.
Manually determine antimicrobial susceptibility results using Thermo Scientific™ Oxoid™ Disks, available in a variety of common and specialized compounds and in a range of different concentrations. Explore the range and find the right disk for your testing requirements.
Achieve true minimum inhibitory concentration results using an antimicrobial susceptibility testing system which offers flexible, customizable testing options to accommodate laboratories of all sizes.
A broad range of AST media that conform to international standards EUCAST and CLSI and ancillaries including broths and dyes.
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Improve productivity in manual antimicrobial susceptibility testing using specialist susceptibility hardware, including disk dispensers and turbidometers.
Combine the simplicity and ease of the diffusion method with the accuracy of an MIC test using Thermo Scientific M.I.C.Evaluators™ (M.I.C.E.™). Each easy-to-handle strip is individually foil-wrapped with desiccant to maintain integrity until the point-of-use.
Ensure accurate colistin dosing with MIC results by broth microdilution
In an era of increasing colistin resistance an accurate method for antimicrobial susceptibility testing for colistin is crucial. Matuschek et al., EUCAST Development Laboratory, Sweden, evaluated five commercial MIC methods for colistin antimicrobial susceptibility testing for Gram negative bacteria and recommend broth microdilution for MIC determination.
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