Sansure, a renowned healthcare brand, is dedicated to enhancing patient care through its state-of-the-art in vitro diagnostic solutions for respiratory tract infections. By combining advanced technology, accuracy, and patient-centricity, Sansure empowers healthcare professionals to deliver personalized and precise care, resulting in improved outcomes for individuals suffering from respiratory infections.
Precision and Efficiency in Respiratory Tract Infection Diagnosis
Sansure’s in vitro diagnostic solutions have transformed the landscape of respiratory tract infection diagnosis. This kit, the S3363E-12-P TB and RFP Diagnostic Kit, uses real-time polymerase chain reaction (PCR) technology and fluorescence probing to find M. tuberculosis nucleic acid and rifampicin resistance mutations in human sputum samples. With its high sensitivity and accuracy, Sansure’s diagnostic solution provides healthcare professionals with reliable results, facilitating prompt intervention and effective treatment decisions.
Advancing the Fight Against Tuberculosis and Drug Resistance
With its registration in Indonesia, the S3363E-12-P TB and RFP Diagnostic Kit complies with stringent quality standards and regulatory requirements. Sansure’s commitment to providing trusted diagnostic solutions enhances the fight against tuberculosis and drug-resistant strains in the country. By offering a molecular diagnosis basis for infected patients, Sansure’s diagnostic kit provides valuable insights, assisting in the timely diagnosis and management of TB patients and those at risk of rifampicin-resistant TB.
Sansure’s in vitro diagnostic solutions, including the S3363E-12-P TB and RFP Diagnostic Kit, have revolutionized the diagnosis and management of respiratory tract infections. With their precision, efficiency, and compatibility, Sansure’s diagnostic solutions empower healthcare professionals to deliver accurate and timely diagnoses, improving patient outcomes. By leveraging advanced technologies and adhering to rigorous regulatory standards, Sansure continues to lead the field of molecular diagnostics, shaping the future of respiratory tract infection diagnosis and contributing to the global fight against tuberculosis and drug resistance.