Study Finds Nanosphere's Gram-Positive Blood Culture Test Reduces Hospital Costs, Treatment Time | GenomeWeb

Using Nanosphere's Gram-Positive Blood Culture microarray test could result in reductions in healthcare costs and lengths of hospital stays, as well as the amount of time it takes for patients with bloodstream infections to receive effective antiobiotic treatment.

A team at the University of Florida Health Jacksonville recently evaluated Nanosphere's BC-GP Test and highlighted its findings in the Journal of Clinical Microbiology.

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