Novodiag® C. difficile Assay

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    Novodiag® C. difficile Assay

    Fully-automated, on-demand testing that enables fast diagnosis of C. difficile infections.



      Assay Highlights

      The Novodiag® C. difficile assay, performed with the Novodiag System, is a cartridge-based molecular test for qualitative detection of pathogenic Clostridium difficile strains producing toxin B. The test uses stool samples from patients (without preservatives or in FecalSwabTM).

      Smart simplicity in on-demand testing

      Cartridge-based on-demand testing that delivers clinical confidence in approximately an hour.

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      Rapid and Safe Results


      The Novodiag rapid ‘sample-in, result-out’ system, allowing the fully automated detection of C. difficile in less than 1 hour.

      Pathogenic Strains

      The assay detects the gene tcdB, coding for toxin B, a virulence factor expressed by most pathogenic C. difficile strains


      In a retrospective study:
      Sensitivity: 94.0% (100%*)
      Specificity: 99.3% (100%*)

      User Friendly

      The precision engineering of the system means that the Novodiag system can be easily implemented in decentralised settings as well as high risk and hard to reach areas without the need for highly trained personnel.

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      Features and Benefits

      The Novodiag® assays allow a simple and fast way to pinpoint patients most at risk with targeted, multiplex and syndromic on-demand testing.

        Detection of pathogenic strains, producing toxin B

        • Fast diagnosis and infection control implementation
        • Time and cost effectiveness
        • Improved patient outcome
        • Improved workflow and time to results
        • Increased lab revenue

        • Better reproducability, precision, and productivity


        The Novodiag C. difficile assay enables fast on-demand diagnosis of C. difficile infections.

        Instructions for Use

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