Fully automated closed system (sample insertion, incubation, reading of results, interpretation of results);
Simultaneous identification of a microorganism and determination of its sensitivity to antibiotics in one panel;
The identification of microorganisms is carried out by two methods: colorimetry and turbidimity;
Registration of the growth of microorganisms is carried out by the device according to two parameters: Cell replication score and assessment of the metabolic activity of the cell.
The determination of sensitivity to antibiotics should is carried out by the degree of turbidity and by changing the redox potential.
Determination of sensitivity to antibiotics by serial microdilution method to detect the minimum inhibitory concentration of antibiotic: Definition of “delayed resistance” with prediction of the development of stability, and the results of the identification of microorganisms could be nearly 5 hours, antibiotic Sensitivity Results could be nearly 8 hours.
Sound and visual notification of the presence of a positive sample with an indication on the display of the location of the positive sample.
For number of identified microorganisms, there are not less than 140 Gram-positive aerobic and facultative anaerobic bacteria, and not less than 160 Gram-negative aerobic and facultative anaerobic bacteria;
The sensitivity of microorganisms is determined by at least 25 antibacterial drugs;
Special tests inluding extended Spectrum Beta-Lactamase (ESBL) and methicillin-resistant staphylococci (MRS).
Saving the results of the analysis in the memory of the device for not less than 30 days.
A nephelometer for measuring the turbidity of suspensions of microorganisms in the range of at least 0- 6.0 according to the McFarland standard with a calibration kit: at least 1 set.