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Infectious Diseases

  • Early Contributors to the Science of Blood Culture

    Today, blood cultures are a commonplace in microbiology laboratories, but this was not always the case. This article highlights three scientists whose research was integral to the blood cultures that laboratory professionals now regularly perform.

  • Making Antimicrobial Stewardship Simpler: Reporting Tools Could Save Time for Busy Hospital Staff

    Further investment in and use of technologies such as reporting software can mean that antimicrobial stewardship staff no longer spend weeks working from spreadsheets and can deliver the all-important antibiograms sooner.

  • What We Know About Monkeypox and Diagnostics

    The recent Monkeypox virus outbreak has caused elevated concern. bioMérieux discussed the current status of the Monkeypox response from a diagnostic perspective with Dr. David O. Freedman, Emeritus Professor at the University of Alabama at Birmingham in the U.S.

  • Transforming Infectious Disease Management with Whole Genome Sequencing

    Transforming Infectious Disease Management with Whole Genome Sequencing.

  • Our Environment, Climate Change, and the Spread of Vector-Borne Infectious Diseases

    Our Environment, Climate Change, and the Spread of Vector-Borne Infectious Diseases.