TDM of clinically relevant antibiotics

Quantitative test - fast and easy
Chromsystems offers a CE-IVD method for the quantitative determination of ampicillin, cefepime, ceftazidime, linezolid, meropenem and piperacillin in human serum and plasma samples. The robust HPLC method is simple to perform and easy to establish - our support team will also assist you.

Patient-specific dosing
Accurate monitoring of the antibiotics concentration by TDM can prevent suboptimal dosing and allows tailoring the drug regimen for each specific patient.

Ideal for antibiotic stewardship programs (ASP)
An increasing number of scientific studies show that stewardship programs can improve the treatment of infectious diseases. [1] These programs also intend to minimise antibiotic resistance [2] while saving costs. [3, 4]

More articles about antibiotics

Antibiotics in Intensive CareAntibiotics in Intensive Care

Therapeutic Drug Monitoring in Intensive Care

This article discusses the importance of appropriate drug concentrations in antibiotic therapies to and help prevent over- and underdosing. This approach also reduces the risk of new multidrug resistant strains emerging and helps to provide the most effective drug dose to the patient.

Drugs of Abuse Testing and AntibioticsDrugs of Abuse Testing and Antibiotics

Workshop: TDM of Antibiotics - when and how?

Chromsystems Workshop at Analytica 2018: Drugs of abuse testing from screening to confirmation with speaker Katja Ackermann, MVZ Labor 28 (Berlin) and Dr Christoph Geffert from Labor Staber Dresden-Klipphausen. TDM of antibiotics with speaker Prof. Holdenrieder at the German Heart Centre (Munich) and Dr Heike Schneider from the Klinikum rechts der Isar (Munich).