Scientific Publications

Evaluation of the APAS Independence as an artificial intelligence tool for urine culture reporting in a clinical hospital setting
Urine cultures (UC) constitute up to 30-40% of the workflow in clinical microbiology laboratories. Staffing considerations represent contemporary challenges, new tools are needed to address increasing demands and the evolving diversification of microbiology workflow.
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Comparison of the APAS Independence automated plate reader system with manual standard-of-care for processing urine culture specimens
Urine cultures are amongst the highest volume tests run in clinical microbiology laboratories and usually require considerable manual labor to perform.
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Clinical evaluation of the APAS® Independence
Automated imaging and interpretation of urine cultures using artificial intelligence with composite reference standard…
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Comparison of an Automated Plate Assessment System and Artificial Intelligence
An evaluation of the APAS Independence’s ability to accurately triage MRSA cultures compared to human interpretation.
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Evaluation of APAS® Independence for routine urine culture reading within a private clinical setting
As culture reading can be highly subjective and time-demanding the use of artificial intelligence such as the APAS®…
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Introduction of artificial intelligence for high throughput culture-based MRSA screening
AI-based systems that aid in the plate-reading process may increase the overall sample throughout.
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Image Interpretation of urine cultures using APAS Independence – artificial intelligence in the routine clinical laboratory
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Despite significant developments in automation, microbiology remains a highly manual and labour-intensive discipline.
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Multicenter Evaluation of an Image Analysis Device (APAS)
Comparison Between Digital Image and Traditional Plate Reading Using Urine Cultures.
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