MedLabs Diagnostics

MedLabs Diagnostics

AMPLISure™ Gastro

09/03/2013

The AMPLISure™ Gastro panel provides results for 11 of the most common viral, parasitic, and bacterial pathogens, which comprise 90% of gastroenteritis causative agents. This revolutionary panel can test for all 11 agents from one sample, making it easier for patients and physicians alike. AMPLISure™ Gastro can be customized to further fit your needs with the ability to test for those pathogens most relevant to you and your patients. Other current panel offerings include AMPLISure™ Gastro LT (mimicking the pathogens generally found in a traditional stool culture) and Gastro O&P (parasite only screening).

  • AMPLISure™ Gastro Pathogens:
  • Campylobacter
  • Clostridium difficile, Toxin A/B with reflex to Epi 027/NAP1/BI ribotyping
  • Escherichia coli (E. coli) O 157
  • Shiga-like Toxin producing E. coli (STEC) stx1/stx2
  • Salmonella
  • Shigella
  • Norovirus GI/GII
  • Rotavirus A
  • Giardia lamblia
  • Cryptosporidium
  • Ova & Parasites Screen
  • Routine flora screening

MedLabs began in 1951 with a vision to provide the highest quality and most advanced diagnostic testing services. Over the years we’ve learned that by providing the best diagnostic solutions to doctors, we help them provide the best care for their patients. We’re proud to be the diagnostics company that doctors can customize to their needs and to the needs of their patients. We are particularly proud of the fact that we are in our seventh decade of serving thousands of medical practices and their patients and we are experiencing the most dramatic changes and the fastest growth in the company’s history. This would not have been possible without the tireless and dedicated effort of the hundreds of MedLabs employees, who play a critical role in fulfilling our mission of providing the highest level of diagnostic testing and services to health care professionals and their patients each and every day.

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