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Better testing. Better workflows.


Improve laboratory workflows with infectious disease testing from the BioFire® Gastrointestinal (GI) Panel.


FilmArray®


When using traditional methods at the stool bench, it can feel like the laboratory workflow comes to a screeching halt. Traditional testing is slow, labor intensive, and insensitive—often leaving clinicians waiting on results.1


Fortunately, the


BioFire GI Panel tests for 22 of the most common GI pathogens, all in about one hour. With fast, easy, accurate, and comprehensive testing, get things moving again with the BioFire GI Panel.


The BioFire FilmArray Gastrointestinal Panel


Fast, Easy, and Comprehensive. With only 2 minutes of hands-on time by any tech, on any shift, the BioFire GI Panel provides rapid results, all in about 1 hour.


Identify What Traditional Testing is Missing. Studies demonstrated the BioFire GI Panel detected 25%–36% more potential pathogens compared to traditional stool diagnostics.2-5


Better Patient Care. Patients tested with the BioFire GI Panel had an 84% reduction in time-to-result, were 11% less likely to be prescribed antibiotics, and received 17% more targeted therapy compared to patients tested with traditional methods.2-4


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1. Riddle MS, et al. ACG clinical guideline: diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of acute diarrheal infections in adults. Am J Gastroenterol. 2016 April. 11(5):602. 2. Beal S, et al. A gastrointestinal PCR panel improves clinical management and lowers healthcare costs. J Clin Microbiol. 2018 Jan. 56:1 e01457-17. 3. Cybulski R, et al. Clinical impact of a multiplex gastrointestinal PCR panel in patients with acute gastroenteritis. Clin Infect Dis. 2018 Nov. 13; 67 (11):1688-1696. 4. Axelrad J, et al. Impact of gastrointestinal panel implementation on health care utilization and outcomes. J Clin Microbiol. 2019 Feb. 57(3) e01775-18. 5. Spina A, et al. Spectrum of enteropathogens detected by the FilmArray GI Panel in a multicenter study of community-acquired gastroenteritis. Clin Microbiol Infect. 2015 Aug. 21(8):719-28.


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