# Welcome

Welcome to the Momo Support Pages.

Momo is a Microbiology Analytics and Clinical Tool for Reporting Pathogens and Antimicrobial Resistances

Momo (Monitoring of Microorganisms) is a microbiology analytics tool with a strong clinical feature. Momo's QuickScan functionality gives immediate single patient overviews with all or all positive, approved results for one patient. It serves as a fast clinical tool for the attending physician and is always up-to-date.

As microbiology analytics software, Momo provides all the information on pathogen occurrence, frequency distribution and resistance situation in one place. 59 different parameters allow maximum flexibility for clinical, QM, and administrative queries. User-defined templates facilitate reporting and benchmarking.

Momo accommodates all data items available in modern microbiological laboratories: bacteria and fungi including AMR profiles, PCR results, serology results, toxins, microscopy results, remarks, and miscellaneous others.

QuickScan: Get single patient overviews with just one click using this fast clinical tool. Choose only positive, approved or all results.

FlexScan: Use these highly customizable queries with the full microbiological data available. Answer clinical, epidemiological, and QM questions with our 59 query parameters.

Spectrum: Based on a FlexScan or QuickScan result, Spectrum analyses the data and provides frequency distributions for each or a combination of selected parameters.

AMR: By clicking amr-create in your Spectrum results you can access and graphically display the complete antimicrobial resistance situation for every found pathogen.

OneClick: Momo OneClick is an integrated feature for PDMS and AKIM which allows you to immediatly access Momo's QuickScan by just clicking the OneClick button.


The attending physician alone is responsible for the patient's diagnosis and therapy. Only the doctor will be able to align the statistical data displayed by Momo with the full clinical picture of the patient. Momo has not been registered or approved as medical device. It should not be used as medical device within the meaning of the EC Council Directive, the US Federal Food Drug and Cosmetic Act, or any similar law.

Last updated: July 20, 2022