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Mixed cultures were obtained on Nutrient agar, MacConkey's agar, and CLED agar.
The present findings were in concordance with the findings of (Aspevall et al., 2002) observed that the chromogenic media tested in this study was slightly better than CLED agar and MacConkey agar.
Conclusion: HiCrome UTI agar was found to be more useful as primary urine culture medium in both higher rate of isolation and presumptive identification of uropathogens in comparison to conventional media.
KEYWORDS: Urine culture Chromogenic agar medium Conventional culture system Rate of isolation Presumptive identification.
Table 3 shows the differences in growth of Staphylococcus aureus in four different blood agars. Each blood agar was tested in multiple trials.
Table 4 presents the morphologic and hemolytic pattern of Staphylococcus epidermidis in different blood agars. The results were all the same because of the fact that this microorganism is naturally a gamma hemolytic organism (Delost, 2004).
Edlund and Agars expressed the belief that a recent decline in the number of such negotiations between EC countries and the United States was primarily due to recessions in Europe and the United States rather than evidence of a lack of interest.
Agars suggested postrecession international business combinations might take on a different cast from those consummated before the recession.
Edlund and Agars agree that complete standardization of international accounting practices may not be possible because of the desire for individual countries to preserve sovereignty.
The four chromogenic media were compared with blood agar and evaluated in terms of sensitivity, specificity, ease of use, and cost.
We realized that bacilli might produce different hemolysis patterns on blood agar plates made of blood from different species, and that the utility of the B.