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Neuartiger molekularer Assay für die aktive MRSA-Überwachung weist neu entdeckte Stämme arzneimittelresistenter Supererreger nach
Date:11/26/2013

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„Das Assay-Design ist entscheidend für eine präzise Erkennung von MRSA und sorgt dafür, dass die richtigen Infektionskontrollmaßnahmen angewandt werden", sagte Patrick Murray, globaler Leiter für wissenschaftliche Angelegenheiten, BD Diagnostics – Diagnostic Systems. „Der neue BD MAX MRSA XT-Assay nutzt eXTended Detection Technology, um mehr MRSA-Stämme zu erkennen, darunter das mecC-Gen, und um falsche positive Ergebnisse aufgrund von mecA-Dropouts zu vermeiden." Eine genauere Erkennung trägt dazu bei, die Ausbreitung neuer MRSA-Stämme zu verhindern, und kann Gesundheitskosten einsparen, indem nur diejenigen Patienten Infektionspräventionsmaßnahmen unterzogen werden, die tatsächlich MRSA-Träger sind.

Der BD MAX MRSA XT-Assay belegt das Engagement von BD, Gesundheitseinrichtungen mit besseren Assays zu versorgen, die nosokomiale Infektionen (healthcare-associated infections, HAIs) nachweisen und verhindern. Andere für das BD MAX-System erhältlich HAI-Assays sind BD MAX™ StaphSR, der Staphylococcus aureus und MRSA erkennt und unterscheidet, und BD MAX™ Cdiff zum Nachweisen von toxigenem Clostridium difficile. Diese BD MAX™-HAI-Lösungen kombinieren Effizienz mit der Flexibilität, mehrere HAI-Assays im selben Durchlauf durchzuführen, so dass Krankenhauslabors ihre Tests an die gegenwärtigen und künftigen Herausforderungen im Kampf gegen HAIs anpassen können.

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