November 03, 2016
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Molecular Syndromic Testing in the ER: Assessing the Impact on Pediatric Care

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This webinar covers an ongoing study to assess whether a rapid PCR-based gastrointestinal panel can improve health outcomes in the emergency room setting. 

The FilmArray Gastrointestinal Panel tests for identification of 22 different pathogens, including bacteria, parasites, and viruses from stool specimens in Cary Blair transport media. In this webinar, Jennifer Dien Bard from Children’s Hospital Los Angeles discusses how the FilmArray GI Panel affects patient outcomes for children with gastroenteritis presenting to emergency departments.

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