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Analyzers, Laboratory, Microbiology, Susceptibility, Manual

Definition : Susceptibility microbiological analyzers that require the human manipulative effort in all steps of each test, including preliminary screening, culture preparation, incubation, insertion of reagents and samples, panel reading, interpretation of patterns, and recording of results. These analyzers typically use either broth-based or disk diffusion methods. Some of these analyzers may include automated data entry and/or automated data interpretation using a computer.

Entry Terms : "Microbiological Systems, Nonautomated"

UMDC code : 16745

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Alere Inc

Company Type: Parent

Alere Inc., a global healthcare company, announced a new partnership with Population Services International as part of the "Make (+) Positive More Positive Campaign.

BD

Company Type: Parent

BD is a medical technology company that serves healthcare institutions, life science researchers, clinical laboratories, industry and the general public.

Biolog Inc

Company Type: Parent

Biolog is a world leader in cell-based phenotypic testing technologies and assays. We have focused our efforts on developing technologies and products to test properties of cells (phenotypes) very simply and efficiently.

Fuller Ultra-Violet Corp

Company Type: Parent

Since 1951, Fuller Ultraviolet Corporation has offered the latest technology for liquid sweetener tanks. We design and manufacture a wide series of sterile conditioner units and exhaust air vents for tanks from 250 gallons to 600,000 and beyond. Interior and exterior tank systems available.

Hardy Diagnostics

Company Type: Parent

Hardy Diagnostics is committed to being your microbiology specialist. Since our beginning in 1980, we have grown to service over 7,000 clinical and industrial microbiology laboratories who take advantage of the many benefits of using Hardy Diagnostics as their vendor.

HealthLink

Company Type: Parent

Located in Jacksonville, Florida, HealthLink products are considered some of the finest produced in the Medical Industry. HealthLink was founded in 1993 with a very simple premise - Give The Customer What They Want. With this vision HealthLink's flagship item, AloeGuard, was born. Through a survey of 40 different sites in the Southeast, HealthLink asked one question - What would you like to see in a soap? From this simple premise, we now carry over 2,200 items.

Microbiologics Inc

Company Type: Parent

Microbiologics was founded in 1971 as a laboratory testing facility specializing in environmental and public health threats. In 1976, the company began manufacturing microbiological diagnostic products including culture media and lyophilized microorganism preparations. Soon after, we began building a global distribution network that allowed us to expand from a small, regional manufacturer to a well-established global leader in providing the highest quality biomaterials for a safer, healthier world.

Northeast Laboratory Services

Company Type: Parent

Northeast Laboratory Services is a full-service, accredited laboratory providing a wide range of environmental analytical chemistry and microbiology testing services, and manufactured microbiological prepared media products.

Ramco Laboratories Inc

Company Type: Parent

Ramco Laboratories, Inc., was founded in Houston Texas in 1976. Ramco manufactures, assembles, and markets proprietary medical diagnostic test kits and distributes products for StanBio Laboratories, Inc., another Texas based company. Ramco sells to physician groups, hospitals, reference laboratories, and distributors in the U.S. and to distributors and dend users in international markets. Additionally, Ramco designs, commercializes, licenses, and sells assays developed by academic, research and commercial institutions.

Scientific Device Laboratory Inc

Company Type: Parent

The washing machine served as the packaging department and the warehouse was a typical suburban garage. It was 1980 and Dr. Stewart Lipton fused his entrepreneurial spirit, his clinical experience as Lab Director at a major Chicago Hospital and his wife Roberta's business acumen, "if we can't find a way, we will make one." This simple, tenacious problem solving mission has remained the guiding principle behind the business since its modest beginnings.

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