Mast is delighted to be exhibiting once again at the BSMT Spring Meeting, located at Public Health England, Colindale, Friday 20th May 2016.
The one day symposium is titled ‘Assessing the Impact of New Technology in Diagnostics on Global Epidemiology: How Laboratories make a Difference’. The meeting aims to discuss how laboratories identify and quantify infectious disease globally and how advances in technology have allowed for more accurate reporting.
Visitors to the Mast stand will have the opportunity to discuss the Mast Uri® System, a streamlined alternative to traditional urine microbiology testing. The Mast Uri® System significantly reduces ‘hands-on’ time while also being cost-effective and bio-friendly by considerably reducing laboratory consumables and bio-hazardous laboratory waste.
Additionally, Mast are committed to fighting the on-going battle against antibiotic resistance, and as such offer the Mast Uri® plate MPM-CRE for the detection of carbapenemase-producing-Enterobacteriaceae, which can be easily implemented into any Mast Uri® System testing schedule.
Mast will also be presenting their extensive range of combination discs ‘mastdiscs™combi’, for the reliable detection of carbapenemase, ESBL and AmpC enzyme production in Enterobacteriaceae. All mastdiscs™combi are manufactured in matched pairs to eliminate erroneous results due to content variation, ensuring a reliable assay.
The early bird discount for BSMT has been extended, allowing delegates to register for just £85 until 30th April 2016 – register now to ensure you don’t miss out!
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