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Rapid and accurate results help to improve infection prevention focus and reduce unnecessary patient isolations. Check-MDR ESBL delivers accurate results in only 4.5 hours.

Use in your routine Real-Time labflow

Check-MDR ESBL utilizes existing Real-Time equipment and a standard thermal profile. For all species, the clinically most prevalent ESBLs are detected with a single objective test.

Stay up-to-date: now and in the future

New ESBLs arise frequently creating a diagnostic challenge. Check-MDR ESBL will constantly be adapted to include additional ESBLs, so you can continue to be in control.

Reistance markers & controls

ESBL markers included
TEM-E104K, TEM-R164S, SHV-G238S, CTX-M-1 group, CTX-M-2 group, CTX-M-9 group.
Controls included
Internal DNA control, positive control.

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