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Isolates are shipped monthly to 1 of the regional laboratories for [beta]-lactamase production testing and agar dilution antimicrobial drug susceptibility testing.
The prerequisite of the landslide vulnerability and risk assessment is the preparation of landslide susceptibility map, when combined with temporal information, this can be converted into a landslide hazard map.
The steady decline in clindamycin susceptibility "may lead to some concern about the continued reliance on clindamycin for the empirical treatment of presumptive S.
In vitro susceptibility testing against routinely used antimicrobials was performed by Modified Kirby-Baeur disc diffusion technique as per Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute (CLSI) guidelines 2013.
Direct disk diffusion susceptibility testing of positive blood cultures provides earlier susceptibility results than standard susceptibility performed according to CLSI guidelines (24 hours from detection as compared to 48 hours from detection).
Utilizing data derived from the CDC's Gonococcal Isolate Surveillance Project--a program that monitors antimicrobial susceptibility in men with gonorrhea treated at U.
We studied the antimicrobial susceptibility patterns of 4128 non-repetitive blood culture isolates of Escherichia coli, Klebsiella pneumoniae and Pseudomonas aeruginosa from 2003-2013.
Essentially, the investigators took a comprehensive approach in characterizing the susceptibility of encapsulated materials in colloidal particles to oxidation processes.
According to the antimicrobial susceptibility test result, ceftriaxone 2x1 gr intravenous was began.
5x2 mm3) were processed in SPIN using collapsing parameter to generate the low resolution (LR) (1x1x2 mm3) susceptibility mapping.
They found that some of the regions of susceptibility lay close to a network of genes that are sensitive to oxidative stress, a biochemical process that results in the dysfunction of cells.
Susceptibility testing is indicated for any organism that contributes to an infectious process warranting antimicrobial chemotherapy if its susceptibility cannot reliably be predicted from existing antibiograms.