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Improved Clinical Outcomes with T2MR® Technology: Meta-Analysis
Antimicrobial and Resource Utilization with T2 Magnetic Resonance for Rapid Diagnosis of Bloodstream Infections: Systematic Review with Meta-analysis of Controlled Studies
Expert Review of Medical Devices, a peer-reviewed medical journal, published meta-analysis findings confirming that utilization of Magnetic Resonance (T2MR®) technology for identification of bloodstream infections (BSIs) provides faster time to detection, faster transition to targeted microbial therapy, faster de-escalation of empirical therapy, and shorter Intensive Care Unit (ICU) and hospital stay, and with comparable mortality rate versus the current blood culture standard.
Maddalena Giannella, George A Pankey, Renato Pascale, Valerie M Miller, Larry E Miller, Tamara Seitz
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