|• Sepsis is associated with more than 200,000 deaths in the U.S. and 11 million deaths worldwide each year.|
|• Sepsis patients require immediate treatment. However, they are diagnosed with techniques based on blood culture, a time-consuming process that takes days.|
|• As a result of this diagnostic delay, about 20% of patients are treated with inappropriate antibiotics while others are missed or receive delayed treatment.|
• Results at the point-of-care without the need of blood culture.
• Ultra-sensitive (1 CFU/mL)
• Rapid (60 minutes)
• Broad detection with identification of causative organism in 80% of cases.