Biomed InTray® and InPouch® culture diagnostic tests are specifically engineered for veterinary diagnostics - with a focus on canine, feline, avian and reptile infectious diseases. These ready to use, point of care, prepared culture media device require no culture preparation an are ready-to-use. Both are fully enclosed prepared media culture devices engineered for specimen collection/inoculation at point-of-care, incubation and macro or microscopic observation. With an extended shelf life, these durable resealable devices can be used where you need it most: the point-of-care. Plus, you can view growth under a microscope without having to send to the lab or make a wet-mount slide.
Customers expect quick accurate diagnosis and treatment for their companion animals, and Biomed's selective culture devices provide rapid, reliable detection of selected pathogenic bacteria, yeast and fungal infections with presumptive species identification for improved patient care. Applications include zoonotic infectious disease detection, dermatophyte and funguses, yeast and urinary tract infections, as well as environmental monitoring of veterinary equipment for pathogens that result in healthcare acquired infections
Save time and money while improving the accuracy of detection and diagnosis — and reduce risk of exposure and contamination with your culture testing. Veterinarians world-wide have trusted Biomed's InTray and InPouch for culture diagnostics of canine, feline, avian, reptile, and companion animal health for over twenty-five years.
Now you can collect, culture, and result in one device:
Specially designed, each product is constructed of durable, resealable plastic which can be used where you need it most: the point-of-care. Plus, most have the option to view growth under a microscope without having to send to the lab.
Researchers from the College of Veterinary Medicine at North Carolina State University conducted a study and demonstrated the efficacy of Ronidazole (RDZ), a nitromidazole similar to netronidazole, for the treatment of feline trichomonosis, a species of single-celled flagellated parasites.