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Antibiotic Resistance 2013: A Global Market Study
Date:10/24/2013

atory tests to distinguish between bacterial and viral infections, prior to antibiotic use. This refers to tests that are able to distinguish between bacterial and viral infections as a basis for prescribing antibiotics (in cases where a bacterial infection is confirmed) or not (in cases where a viral infection is confirmed).

4. Current patients:
For those participants who answered ‘yes’ to question 3, participants estimates of the percentage of (infection) patient cases in which laboratory tests are used to distinguish between bacterial and viral infections, prior to antibiotic use.

5. Preferred distinguishing tests and instrumentation:
For those participants who answered ‘yes’ to question 3 - participants’ preferred laboratory tests and instrumentation for distinguishing between bacterial and viral infections, prior to antibiotic use.

6. Suppliers:
For those participants who answered ‘yes’ to question 3 - participants’ preferred company suppliers of laboratory tests to allow the distinction between bacterial and viral infections, prior to antibiotic use.

7. Test costs per patient:
For those participants who answered ‘yes’ to question 3 - participants’ estimates of average test costs per patient, for distinguishing between bacterial and viral infections, prior to antibiotic use.

8. Test time:
For those participants who answered ‘yes’ to question 3 - participants’ estimates of the average test time (from sample taking, to the time results are available) for distinguishing between bacterial infections and viral infections, prior to antibiotic use.

9. Future distinction between bacterial and viral infections:
For those participants who answered ‘no’ to question 3 – participants expectation of using laboratory tests three years from now to distinguish between bacterial and viral infections, prior to antibiotic use. This question refers to tests that are able to distingui
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