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BD expands portfolio of equipment to avoid and control infectious diseases BD Diagnostics announced today the growth of its portfolio of equipment to avoid and control infectious illnesses by adding software program systems for the surveillance of attacks and associated risk elements among patients and health care employees, and in the grouped community.