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(bacteriologic bacteriological)
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  • Characterization of CA-MRSA TCH1516 exposed to nafcillin in bacteriological and physiological media. [Journal Article]
    Sci Data 2019; 6(1):43Poudel S, Tsunemoto H, … Feist AM
  • Cation adjusted-Mueller Hinton Broth (CA-MHB) is the standard bacteriological medium utilized in the clinic for the determination of antibiotic susceptibility. However, a growing number of literature has demonstrated that media conditions can cause a substantial difference in the efficacy of antibiotics and antimicrobials. Recent studies have also shown that minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC)…
  • Efficacy of loading dose of colistin in Acinetobacter baumannii ventilator-associated pneumonia. [Journal Article]
    Infez Med 2017; 25(4):311-319Alp E, Eren E, … Rello J
  • Colistin loading dose (LD) has been postulated as an advance in therapy. The clinical, microbiological effectiveness and nephrotoxicity of adding an LD to systemic colistin in ventilator-associated pneumonia (VAP) caused by multidrug-resistant (MDR) Acinetobacter baumannii remain unknown. In this quasi experimental study, the efficacy, outcomes and nephrotoxicity in 30 adults who received intrave…
  • The Contemporary Bacteriologic Epidemiology of Osteoarticular Infections in Children in Switzerland. [Journal Article]
    J Pediatr 2018; 194:190-196.e1Juchler C, Spyropoulou V, … Ceroni D
  • CONCLUSIONS: Use of the appropriate PCR assays demonstrated that K kingae currently is the major bacterial cause of pediatric osteoarticular infection, especially in children <4 years of age in whom K kingae is more common than S aureus. PCR assays should be used in routine microbiologic laboratory evaluation to improve diagnostic performance. However, despite the use of molecular methods, there are many osteoarticular infections in which no microorganism is detected, which suggests that these infections may be caused by other as yet unrecognized fastidious microorganisms.
  • Bacteriological and molecular studies of Clostridium perfringens infections in newly born calves. [Journal Article]
    Trop Anim Health Prod 2017; 49(1):201-205Selim AM, Elhaig MM, … Ali A
  • Clostridium perfringens is considered one of the important causes of calf diarrhea. Two hundred and twenty-seven clinical samples from newly born and dead diarrheic calves were examined bacteriologically and by PCR. Bacterial culture identified C. perfringens in 168 of 227 samples. A total of 144 of these isolates were lecithinase positive, indicating C. perfringens Type A. In addition, 154 isola…
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