AMR Knowledge Portal

Helping healthcare providers to accelerate action against antibiotic resistance by providing quick and easy access to data, tools, guidance and good practice

This portal is developed within the framework of the EIT Health funded AMR DetecTool project

 

Key resistance mechanisms

ESBL-s, carbapenemases,
VAN A/B, Oxa-Ab

AMR DetecTool Project overview

Our answer to a global challenge: rapid diagnostic

How to use the AMR DetecTool device

From the sample preparation to the test evaluation

Benefits and novelty of the device

Video interviews with the project leaders

The emerging world of rapid tests

Diagnostics for faster medical decision making

Design of the cost-efficiency study

Saving cost with the AMR DetecTool

Fighting AMR in hospitals 

What health workers can do against AMR

Articles, guides,
training materials

Key documents for increased infection control

What is the AMR DetecTool project all about?

More information coming soon

  • Saving hospital care costs with AMR DetecTool
  • Efficient diagnostic pathway supported with rapid detection
  • Building institutional AMR strategy with the AMR DetecTool
  • Device manual: Practical guidance of mastering the device
  • AMR theory behind the device
  • Video interviews with leading infectologists

Who we are

The AMR DetecTool project (2020-2022) is an innovation process involving 14 professional organisations from across Europe. Its goal is to validate and bring to market a rapid test – developed by NG Biotech – for the detection of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in only 30 minutes. This device is ultimately to support hospitals in saving patient lives and saving treatment costs.
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Lead partners:

  • Commissariat à l’énergie atomique et aux énergies alternatives (CEA)
  • Assistance Publique – Hôpitaux de Paris (APHP)
  • NG Biotech
  • University Hospital Clinic de Barcelona
  • ISGlobal
  • IESE Business School
  • Semmelweis University

Hospital partners:

  • Bellvitge Biomedical Research Institute, Barcelona
  • Central Hospital of Southern Pest National Institute of Hematology and Infectious Diseases, Budapest
  • Clinical Research Center, Amiens
  • Attikon University Hospital, Athens
  • Clinical Medicine Department University of Florence
  • Institute for Medical Laboratory Diagnostics, Bochum
  • Queen Mary University of London

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