Antibiotics that have effectively treated many infectious diseases have become ineffective. Hence it is imperative to culture and identify infectious organisms, by strain, for an accurate diagnosis and effective treatment
HAI’s present a major, but largely preventable threat to patient and healthcare worker Biomed has had one relentless focus for the past 23 years: to provide a simple-ready-to-use, accurate and safe prepared media device – for use in remote or low resource settings
InTray® and InPouch® were specifically engineered for field collection and transport by infectious disease professionals working in areas far from a lab. Designed for ease of use, any staff can be easily trained to innoculate InTray or InPouch with a specimen. Stability and culture growth is then maintained during transport at room temperature.
Biomed takes a personalized approach with our customers — we listen and partner with you to meet the needs of your lab or clinic, and provide in-service product training. InTray devices can be configured with nearly any prepared-media selective for infectious pathogens.
Below is a short list of pathogenic organisms for which we’ve created strain-selective tests:
|E. cloacae||E. aerogenes|
|E. faecalis||E. gallinarum||E.casseliflavus||E. faecium|
|L. ivanovii||L. monocytogenes||L. innocua|
|S. aureus||S. epidermidis||S. saprophyticus||S. xylosus|
|V. parahaemolyticus||V. alginolyticus||V. harveyi||V. fischeri||V. vulnificus|
|S. enterica||S. typhimurium||S. enteritidis||S. paratyphi A||S. dysgalactiae|
|S. pyogenes||S. agalactiae||S. pneumoniae|
|C. albicans||C. glabrata||C. krusei||C. tropicalis|
|T. mentogrophytes||T. rubrum|