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Explore our video library to watch key thought leaders discuss hot topics of antibiotic resistance and learn how rapid diagnostics impact antibiotic use.

By supplying healthcare providers with a comprehensive set of diagnostics information, Alere empowers a shift in prescribing behavior away from the overuse of antibiotics.

Find out why Jan Bell, Lead Microbiology Technologist at Shawnee Mission Health, Kansas City, USA, would recommend the C. DIFF QUIK CHEK COMPLETE test to other laboratories.

Dan Hanna, Laboratory Supervisor at Family Health Care of Siouxland, Nebraska, USA, explains how patient care has improved at his urgent care facility since switching from lateral flow assay testing to testing with Alere™ i Influenza A & B.

ITV News reports on the O'Neill Review and features the point-of-care Alere Afinion™ CRP test being used in primary care.

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As a non-profit organization, APUA is pleased to provide the following interview with its president and co-founder, Dr. Stuart B. Levy. The interview describes the rationale for APUA's 35-year pioneering work and invites the partnership of all health professionals in "preserving the power of antibiotics"®.

What is the rationale for using biomarkers like CRP at the point of care?

Dr. Rogier Hopstaken MP PhD outlines the recent changes to the Dutch guidelines for acute cough and gives advice to countries looking to implement point of care CRP testing.

Professor Jonathan Cooke from the Imperial College London and the University of Manchester explains the rationale for using biomarkers like CRP at the point of care and more.

Professor Jonathan Cooke from the Imperial College London and the University of Manchester, discusses the problem of antibiotic resistance.

Which pathway would you choose for you patient?

Which pathway would you choose for you patient?

Which pathway would you choose for you patient?

Which pathway would you choose for you patient?

Which pathway would you choose for you patient?

Which pathway would you choose for you patient?

Find out why quickly and accurately determining presence of C. difficle infection is important.