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Un nouveau test moléculaire pour la surveillance active du SARM détecte les nouvelles souches d'une bactérie résistante aux antibiotiques
Date:11/19/2013

s de SARM [iv] mais leur détection est impossible avec les tests ne détectant pas ce gène [v]. Ces faux résultats négatifs peuvent conduire à la transmission incontrôlée des souches de SARM non détectées [vi].

« La conception des tests est essentielle pour détecter précisément le SARM et assurer que soient pratiquées des interventions pour un contrôle approprié de l'infection », a déclaré le Dr Patrick Murray, Directeur international des affaires scientifiques, BD Diagnostics – Diagnostic Systems. « Le nouveau test BD MAX™ MRSA XT utilise la technologie de détection eXTended pour détecter davantage de souches de SARM, dont le gène mecC, et pour éviter les faux résultats positifs causes par la délétion du gène mecA ». Une détection plus précise aide à prévenir la transmission des nouvelles souches de SARM et permet de réduire les dépenses de santé en allouant les ressources pour la prévention des infections aux patients véritablement porteurs du SARM.

Le test BD MAX™ MRSA XT représente l'engagement de BD à fournir aux établissements de soins des tests qui détectent et empêchent les infections associées aux soins (IAS). Parmi les autres tests pour les IAS disponibles sur le système BD MAX™, on peut citer le BD MAX™ StaphSR, qui détecte et différencie le Staphylococcus aureus et le SARM, et le BD MAX™ Cdiff, pour la détection du Clostridium difficile toxigène. Ces tests utilsiés sur le système BD MAX™ combinent l'efficacité des tests de biologie moléculaire et la flexibilité d'effectuer des tests différents dans une même série. Cela perme
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