27th Jun

CRP Test

Are you prescribing too much? Roche launches cobas CRP Test on the cobas b 101 system

CRP test

C-reactive protien (CRP) test on the cobas b 101 system

Evaluating inflammatory disease to appropriate antibiotic prescription in primary care

Diagnostic uncertainty leads to inappropriate antibiotic prescribing Respiratory tract infections (RTIs) are one of the most common acute conditions seen in primary care.

Around 80% of these patients presenting with acute RTIs will receive antibiotics even though 70% of cases are viral and self-limiting.

  • 80% Patients (with RTIs) are prescribed antibiotics
  • 30% of these patients who need antibiotics
  • 70% do not need antibiotics

Read the full article:  Roche launches cobas CRP Test on the cobas b101 system

COBAS B 101 CRP TEST 10PC

 

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