The success of virus diagnosis depends largely on the quality of the specimen and the conditions under which the specimen is transported and stored before being processed in the laboratory.
Invasive Candidiasis (IC) plays an important role as a severe infection hospital patients in intensive care, post-surgical and immunocompromised patients.
The first Abacus dx Infectious Disease breakfast seminar was held on the 15th October on the Gold Coast. The meeting focused on novel automated solutions for infectious serology testing.
The VirClia® Lotus is a new fully automated chemiluminescence instrument for infectious disease serology utilising the unique Vircell Monotest strip.
Registration is now open for the Abacus dx Breakfast Seminar – Novel automation solution for infectious serology testing. Day 2 of the NRL Symposium.
A growing number of laboratories around the world are using Vircell Extraction & Amplification controls for PCR QC purposes to comply with lab accreditation and to improve patient care.
Abacus dx is pleased to announce the release of the Vircell VirClia® Ross River Virus (RRV) IgG and IgM Monotest into the Australian market.
We would like to share with you a recent publication on the benefits of the Vircell VirClia analyser written by Jamie Laughlin, Head of Operations at the South West London Pathology (SWLP), St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, UK.
Vircell is pleased to announce that VirClia® has a new logo. The design change will be gradually implemented in the packaging, therefore the current and the new logo will coexist for some time. We hope you like it!