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InTray® and InPouch® prepared culture media devices are trusted by veterinarians worldwide to accurately detect and identify bacteria, parasites, and fungi. Designed for sample collection, transport, incubation, selective growth, and diagnosis of pathogens – the sealed device can be observed directly or placed under the microscope; eliminating the need for replating and reducing the risk of contamination. The innoculated device is viable for extended period, unincubated, for transport to a lab. Engineered for veterinarians, every Biomed’s InTray and InPouch prepared media culture test simplifies the diagnosis of bacteria, yeast or fungal infections with highly selective media. Saving you time and money, while providing highly accurate diagnosis and lower risk.
Bovine trichomonosis is a venereal disease transmitted by the protozoa parasite T. foetus. The primary pathological manifestation of this infection is early embryonic death or abortion in impregnated cows. Cows show few other symptoms of infection, while bulls are asymptomatic. InPouch TF is designed to facilitate and simplify the detection of T. foetus with a quick 15-minute presumptive positive.
These devices conveniently support the following user needs in a single-exposure system:
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