Antimicrobial Susceptibility Testing
More antimicrobial susceptibility testing options
Satisfy your antimicrobial susceptibility testing (AST) requirements with high performance automated and manual test products to help ensure patients are on the most appropriate treatment plan. Our AST products are designed with the user in mind and with what matters most: accurate, reliable and consistent results.
Choose from over 240 antimicrobials to design a Thermo Scientific Sensititre Custom Plate tailored to your formulary, dilution ranges and patient population. Design for results based on real-time resistance trends and local epidemiology, to improve clinical success and effectively manage resistance.
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.
New antimicrobial resistance webinar library
Learn about antimicrobial stewardship straight from the industry experts. Watch our series of educational webinars covering advances in blood culture, susceptibility testing, sepsis, antimicrobial stewardship, and antimicrobial resistance.
Are you familiar with the new IDSA Candidiasis Guidelines?
In the webinar Keeping up with the Candidas: New Guidelines and Troublesome MICs, Jon Faldasz, PharmD BCPS, describes recent changes from the Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) 2016 Candidiasis Guidelines, including echinocandin susceptibility testing, Candida antifungal MICs and the impact on laboratory practices
Meet the latest antimicrobials for Gram negative infections
Perform comprehensive antimicrobial susceptibility testing for Gram negative organisms with the new Thermo Scientific™ Sensititre™ Gram Negative GN6F Plate, including ceftazidime/avibactam and ceftolozane/tazobactam, for the treatment of multi-drug resistant infections.