It’s okay to speed.
Antibiotic selection, dosage, infusion strategy –
A lot rides on the one result that drives definitive therapy decisions for patients with serious infections. The sooner you hand MIC results to get to caregivers, the more they can do to improve outcomes. So go ahead, break limits.
the Accelerate Pheno™ system.
- Accelerate PhenoTest™ BC kit
- Average time to results:
- Identification in about 90 minutes
- Antibiotic susceptibility 5 hours later
- Entire process within 1 kit
- 2 minutes to load & start
- Direct from sample
- No culturing for isolates
- No manual McFarland prep
- MIC-based susceptibilities
- SIR interpretations
- CLSI/EUCAST breakpoints
- Expert & Custom Rules
- Access anywhere software
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One simple kit.
Over 100 results.
Everything you need to get identification and MIC-based susceptibility results contained in one simple disposable kit.
Automated Sample Preparation
Sample cleanup, dilution, cell capture and positioning. All hands-free.
Designed to accelerate your susceptibility testing, the system automatically cleans each sample using gel electrofiltration. Combined with additional system capability for mixed infections, this process cuts hours of wait for you by reducing the need to grow cultures overnight before testing.
Diluting dynamically, automatically
A technician’s time is precious, and for susceptibility testing, so is a standardized inoculum concentration. Solving this time and accuracy problem, the Accelerate Pheno™ system determines sample concentration and dilutes dynamically right on the cassette.
No McFarland standards needed.
Cell capture and immobilization
Living cells move around making precise visual measurements difficult. To solve this, the system captures microbial cells onto the cassette surface, positioning them for analysis.
Detect, Identify, Quantify
One system for your identification and susceptibility results. Fast and fully automated fluorescence in-situ hybridization drives pathogen detection, species identification, and quantitation.
Definitive monomicrobial confirmation
Have confidence knowing you have complete results requiring no further workup when universal and on-panel probes match up for positive blood culture samples.
How much. How often.
Move your patients from empiric to optimal therapy faster using MIC results from the Accelerate Pheno™ system.
Powered by Morphokinetic Cellular Analysis (MCA), the system is the first to track phenotypic features like the size, shape, and division rate of individual live cells growing into micro-colonies while being challenged by antimicrobials.
Reinforcing Antimicrobial Stewardship
Your Antimicrobial Stewardship Team uses many diagnostic inputs to make therapy decisions. The definitive diagnostic result they use is the minimum inhibitory concentration, or MIC, which provides the exact information to determine which antibiotic is the most targeted and effective in each patient’s situation.
With the Accelerate Pheno™ system MIC results are available 1-2 days faster than current methods, expanding the value of antimicrobial stewardship.
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Diagnostics can be complex.
The software shouldn’t be.
Easy to use and accessible from most browsers, the software was designed for microbiologists to use both inside and outside of the lab. Create a set of rules that fits your lab with condition-based notes and follow-up actions. Have the flexibility to manage testing in the lab and securely review reports from your office or home.
- An intuitive user experience
- Real-time status updates
- LIS connectivity
- Review results before publishing
- Use your lab abbreviations
- Select your sample identifiers
- Customizable to your formulary
- Add notation or comments
- Accelerate Expert Rule Library
- Create automated lab rules
- Automate notation or reminders
- Standards included:
- Add new validated breakpoints
- Access from anywhere in the hospital network
- Browser-based web application