Each Hour Counts: Optimizing Therapy for Bloodstream Infections With Rapid Molecular Testing Nanosphere Logo
Infections in the bloodstream
carry a large disease burden and
pose a great threat to human life.
Delayed pathogen identification
can hinder effective treatment and
worsen patient outcome. Rapid
identification of bacteria and
antimicrobial resistance markers
provides vital information for
clinicians to determine the best
treatment for bloodstream infections.
PACE Credit:
  One PACE credit will be provided for this program.
This session is approved for
1 Florida CE credit.

Florida Board of Clinical Laboratory Personnel approved number: 50-12563
Gary W. Procop, MD
Gary W. Procop, MD
Chair, Department of Molecular Pathology
Section Head, Molecular Microbiology
Section Head, Clinical Microbiology
Director, Mycology & Parasitology
Cleveland Clinic
Cleveland, Ohio
Nathan A. Ledeboer, PhD
Nathan A. Ledeboer, PhD
Assistant Professor of Pathology
Medical College of Wisconsin
Medical Director of Microbiology and Molecular Diagnostics
Dynacare Laboratories and Froedtert Hospital
Milwaukee, WI
Debra A. Goff, PharmD, FCCP
Debra A. Goff, PharmD, FCCP
Clinical Associate Professor
The Ohio State University College of Pharmacy
Infectious Diseases Specialist
The Ohio State University Medical Center
Columbus, Ohio
December 5, 20121:00 pm ET Register
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