|Title:||Evaluation of the Rapid Sepsityper protocol and specific MBT-Sepsityper module for the identification of bacteremia and fungemia using Bruker Biotyper MALDI-TOF MS||Authors:||Lin, Hsiu-Hsien
|Keywords:||Bacteremia; Bruker Biotyper MALDI-TOF MS; Fungemia; Identification; Rapid Sepsityper Protocol||Issue Date:||5-Aug-2022||Source:||Journal of microbiology, immunology, and infection = Wei mian yu gan ran za zhi||Abstract:||
The rapid identification method, the Rapid Sepsityper protocol with a specific MBT-Sepsityper module (Bruker Daltonics), based on the MALDI Biotyper platform, accurately identified 93.5% (116/124) of microorganisms at the species level in the 124 flagged blood culture samples from patients with monomicrobial bloodstream infections. Gram-negative bacilli (95.6%, 43/45) had a higher identification rate than Gram-positive cocci (93.3%, 70/75) and yeasts (75%, 3/4). The Rapid Sepsityper protocol displayed poor identification performance for polymicrobial samples.
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