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In this webinar, Dr. Jane Sykes details data from a multi-center study using the MiQLab® System for diagnosing urinary tract infections.

In this video, we detail the workflow on how to prepare and load urine and swabbed samples into our cartridge for sample processing on the MiQLab® System.

Our MiQLab System is a fully automated system for accurate and reliable molecular testing at point-of-care. It uses real-time polymerase chain reaction (qPCR) simultaneously screen for multiple targets with high sensitivity and specificity and return results in approximately 2 hours!

LexaGene in conjunction with AAHA recently conducted a survey to assess the opinions of practicing veterinarians on Antimicrobial Resistance stewardship and the use of antibiotics in the treatment of companion animals.

Download our AMR Checklist! Proper AMR Stewardship leads to better outcomes and healthier companion animals.

LexaGene’s MiQLab has the solution to tackling antimicrobial resistance through evidence-based PCR testing. Download our AMR Stewardship eBook to learn more.

In this video you will learn how LexaGene’s MiQLab can help increase your veterinary clinic’s profitability, efficiency, and patient satisfaction.

The sample from the tracheal wash was analyzed on LexaGene’s MiQLab, and Staphlyococcus bacteria and the antimicrobial resistant gene mecA were detected.

Diagnostic stewardship is a relatively less familiar concept to the veterinary practitioner even though it is a critical component in designing, implementing, and sustaining antimicrobial stewardships programs in veterinary care facilities.

MiQLab was used to analyze the abdominal fluid which detected genes that yielded the E. coli resistant to many beta lactam drugs and potentiated sulfonamides.

See how easy it is to use the MiQLab® system to detect pathogens and other molecular markers for a wide range of point-of-need applications.

The landscape of veterinary medicine is changing. Revenue, margin, profitability, and clinic efficiencies have increased in priority. While still secondary to providing quality care, these metrics are important to the economic viability of the profession.
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