T2 could save lives – bottomline.

  • Get patients on the right therapy faster
  • Improve morbidity and mortality outcomes
  • Reduce costs
  • Improve antimicrobial stewardship

Life

Now, hospitals can detect and identify sepsis-causing pathogens faster and more accurately.

Hospitals trust in T2 technology.

UPMC

Demonstrated

47%

reduction in antifungal therapy.

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Henry Ford Health System

Realized

7 days

reduction in median length of stay in the ICU.

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Lee Health

T2Bacteria positive results

20 hours

sooner than blood culture.

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Huntsville Hospital

Saved

~$280

pharmacy costs per patient.

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Robert Wood Johnson Medical School

Identified escalation and
de-escalation opportunities in patients tested with T2Candida.

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Riverside Community Hospital 

100%

of patients who tested positive received appropriate therapy in <9 hours

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Hospitals trust in T2 technology.

Gregorio Marañón Hospital in Madrid, Spain

Two 2018 studies 

from Gregorio Marañón Hospital in Madrid, Spain.

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Rigshospitalet, Denmark

"T2Candida was superior to blood culture and mannan antigen and may improve diagnosis." Learn More

Gemelli Hospital, Italy

66.7%

of the clinically infected patients missed by blood culture were correctly identified by T2Bacteria Learn More

La Paz Hospital University, Spain

T2Candia Panel

contributed to the healthy discharge of a 1-year-old transplant patient. Learn More
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Patient case studies

Real stories about how T2Direct Diagnostics™ could have potentially changed clinical practice and patient outcomes.
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Patient case studies

Real stories about how T2Direct Diagnostics™ could have potentially changed clinical practice and patient outcomes.

Numbers don't lie.

cost-savings

Cost of sepsis

$27 billion in US healthcare costs

Sepsis kills

~6 million people worldwide annually.

Sepsis contributes to

1 in 2-3 US hospital deaths.
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Nature

19th-Century diagnostic methods make it too easy for “ESKAPE” pathogens to escape

In 2004, microbiologist Carl Nathan, M.D., wrote in a Nature commentary that: "Treating infections with pathogen-specific rather t...More