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LEXINGTON, Mass., Nov. 09, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- T2 Biosystems, Inc. (NASDAQ:TTOO), an emerging leader in the development of innovative diagnostic products to improve patient health, today announced a workshop presentation on the T2Sepsis Solution™ during the Association for Molecular Pathology (AMP) 2017 Conference in Salt Lake City, UT on November 15. Attendees are also invited to visit T2 Biosystems at Booth #211 throughout the AMP Conference, where the Company will offer live demonstrations of their diagnostic capabilities.
TITLE: T2Sepsis Solution: The Impact of Direct from Whole Blood Diagnostics on the Management of Bloodstream Infections
Presenters: Chiagozie Ononye, M.D. of Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine and Tom Lowery, Ph.D. of T2 Biosystems.
Overview: The presenters will discuss the T2Sepsis Solution, a unique approach that combines the standard of care for the management of sepsis patients with T2 Biosystems’ products, including the T2Dx® Instrument and T2Candida® Panel, and the T2Bacteria® Panel, which is available for the research use only (RUO) in the US and commercially available in Europe and other countries that accept the CE Mark. Dr. Lowery will provide an overview of the technology and discuss how the T2Sepsis Solution integrates with the established hospital standard of care for sepsis patients. The session will close with Dr. Ononye sharing her early experience with the T2Bacteria RUO Panel when testing clinical specimens as compared to paired blood culture results.
Time: 9:00–9:50 a.m. MST
Location: Calvin L. Rampton Salt Palace Convention Center, Room 355D
About T2 Biosystems
T2 Biosystems, an emerging leader in the field of in vitro diagnostics, is dedicated to saving lives and reducing the cost of healthcare by empowering clinicians to effectively treat patients faster than ever before. T2 Biosystems is focused on addressing critical unmet needs in healthcare starting with sepsis, one of the deadliest and most expensive conditions in hospitals today. The T2Sepsis Solution is a unique approach that combines the standard of care for the management of sepsis patients with T2 Biosystems’ products, including the T2Dx Instrument and T2Candida Panel, and the T2Bacteria Panel, which is commercially available in Europe and other countries that accept the CE Mark and available for research use only in the U.S. Powered by the proprietary T2 Magnetic Resonance technology, or T2MR®, the T2Sepsis Solution is proven to deliver better patient care and greater cost savings. Hospital customer experience has demonstrated faster time to effective treatment, shortened ICU and hospital lengths of stay, reduced use of unnecessary antifungals, and millions of dollars in savings. T2 Biosystems has an active pipeline of future sepsis products including additional species and antibiotic resistance, as well as tests for Lyme disease and hemostasis. For more information, please visit www.t2biosystems.com.
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Darlene Deptula-Hicks, T2 Biosystems
SVP & Chief Financial Officer
Amy Phillips, Feinstein Kean Healthcare
Chris Brinzey, Westwicke Partners
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