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Point of Care

Outpatient clinics, or ambulatory clinics, fill an essential healthcare role—and their services continue to expand. Along with routine exams and treatments, many outpatient clinics now offer an array of diagnostic services, including infectious disease diagnostics. 

Fast Answers for Point of Care Settings

Whether it’s an urgent care, a general practice clinic, a pediatric clinic, a gastroenterology clinic, or an orthopedic surgery, onsite infectious disease testing can help clinicians provide timely, targeted treatment and potentially improve patient satisfaction. Onsite testing may also help reduce follow-up visits and calls. Importantly, fast, comprehensive answers may lead to reduced use of unnecessary antimicrobials, supporting the goals of antimicrobial stewardship.

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Urgent Care

Provide timely, targeted treatment to urgent care patients—all while avoiding unnecessary antibiotics.

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Help relieve anxious parents with the fast answers provided by syndromic testing.

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General Practice

Offer patients convenient, onsite testing with fast, comprehensive results. 

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Turn to syndromic testing to help distinguish an IBD flare-up from a gastrointestinal infection, and potentially avoid unnecessary antimicrobials and additional testing. 

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Orthopedic Surgery

Overcome the limits of traditional joint infection diagnostics with fast, comprehensive testing.