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The good news: Acutis Reveal™
Infectious disease pathogens can be deadly if not managed. Highly infectious or proven benign. Protracted if not contained. The science of molecular diagnostics, along with advancements in traditional lab techniques, provide answers with far greater speed and accuracy.
Our Acutis Reveal™ testing identifies the presence of specific pathogens and determines whether the infection is viral, bacterial, or parasitic in nature. It does this while delivering accurate results, with a measurably faster turnaround time.
In possession of this deeper information, clinicians can devise the most personal course of therapy, while expecting positive outcomes with a greater degree of certainty.
Our Reveal™ lines of tests are continually refined to meet today's most urgent clinical requirements, promising ever more accurate results.
Acutis Reveal™ at a glance
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Advantages of choosing Acutis Reveal™
Untreated or missed urinary tract infections can lead to bladder or kidney infections, causing patients further pain and illness and putting them at risk of developing urosepsis, which can lead to death in the worst cases.
As a leader in infectious disease testing, we know samples should be treated with urgency.
95% of our molecular test results are delivered the same day we receive the sample.
When it comes to patient health and safety, the quality of diagnostic testing is not a compromise to make.
Acutis Reveal™ is the first PCR-based urinary tract infection test approved by the Clinical Laboratory Evaluation Program (CLEP) – a third-party reviewer for the FDA and a division of the NYSDOH.
Quickly identify pathogens, determine whether the infection is fungal or bacterial, and receive enhanced treatment insights with our urinary tract infection test.
Our laboratory-developed test, Acutis Reveal™, offers:
Simultaneous detection and identification of >90% of the bacteria and fungal pathogens responsible for diseases
96-100% sensitivity and 100% specificity; including the detection of fastidious organisms
Polymicrobial infection detection, without the use of the common, inaccurate pooling technique