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Testing an Antibiotic Using a Disk Diffusion Assay - Kirby Bauer Method
 
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At GoldBio, we make sure each of our products are thoroughly tested to the highest standards. In addition to a typical certificate of analysis (COA), we also test our antibiotics through a modified version of the Kirby-Bauer method, also known as the disk diffusion method. The test compares the antibiotic's ability to prevent bacterial growth to a common set of standards created by the Clinical Laboratory Standards Institute (CLSI) in order to assure its functionality at a certain concentration. As a control, we use a strain sensitive to the antibiotic to determine its effectiveness and a resistant strain to assure it is the correct substance. Each lot is tested with this procedure. Visit the website at: http://www.goldbio.com/GoldBio-Video-Library/2/testing-antibiotic-using-disk-diffusion-assay-kirby-bauer-method **Update November 2014** Rather than going through the steps addressed in the video, this blog will just highlight important things to consider so you’re prepared to test when the time comes - https://www.goldbio.com/blog/120/old-antibiotics-wont-spoil-research-with-this-test **Update August 2017** Here is the equipment used in this video: -6 mm filter paper discs -sterile petri dishes -agar plates with no antibiotic -sensitive and resistant bacterial cultures -antibiotic to test and antibiotic for control Other items out on the bench is a Bunsen burner, lighter, tube racks, thermometer, pipette, pipette tips, antibiotics solution, forceps, ethanol, flow hood (optional) and a marker to label discs
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ID Laboratory Videos: Antibiotic susceptibility testing
 
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"Antibiotic susceptibility testing", 2015. Produced by Center for Translational Science Education at Tufts University School of Medicine. Supported by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (1R25AI098781-01A1). Written by EmilyKate McDonough and Kayle Sawyer. Filmed and edited by EmilyKate McDonough. Actors: EmilyKate McDonough, Revati Masilamani, Berri Jacque, and Eleanor Fleming. Lab space and materials: Andrew Camilli, Katya Heldwein, Tufts CTSE. Music: "Discomutante" — A Smile for Timbuctu (alterations made) and "Air Hockey Saloon" - Chris Zabriskie. Animation consultant: Andy Musser
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Antibiotic Sensitivity Test
 
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AKA Kirby-Bauer test. General Microbiology lab video from Nicolet College.
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Classification of Bacteria (Antibiotics - Lecture 1)
 
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The opening video on a course on antibiotics, focusing on how morphology, gram stain, and other tests of bacteria can be used to create a clinically useful classification scheme.
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MERLIN diagnostics - susceptibility testing of bacteria and yeasts (AST)
 
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MERLIN -- the corporation for microbiological diagnostics MERLIN developes and manufactures products for automized identification and susceptibility testing of bacteria and yeasts. These in vitro diagnostics are used in routine laboratories in the fields of human medicine as well as in veterinary medicine. MICRONAUT AST systems -- MERLIN's systems for antimicrobial susceptibility testing of bacteria and yeasts. MICRONAUT AST systems combine approved methods with highest flexibility. The user has the choice: - You will define the antibiotic configuration: You select what you need! From about 200 antimicrobial agents or drug combinations. - You will define the method: MIC- or breakpoint determination or the combination of both. A phenotypic confirmatory assay can be additionally integrated for ESBL or MRSA detection. - You will define the test configuration: 1, 2, 4 or 8 tests per micro plate can be realized. - You will define the test system: You can decide for the rapid option with an incubation of 6 hours or for the overnight option with an incubation of 18 to 24 hours. - You will define the performance standard: EUCAST, CLSI, DIN, SFM or others MERLIN produces a wide variety of standard and specialized micro plates for AST testing of bacteria and yeasts for human and veterinary medicine diagnostics. In addition, MERLIN is primarily specialized in the manufacturing of customized micro plates with an individual drug configuration.
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Growing Bacteria - Petri Dish
 
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Order now at http://www.stevespanglerscience.com/search?sSearch=agar&sClass=Product&sType=&submit.x=0&submit.y=0 You can smell a good science project a block away. In this case, multiply the fun by six and you have one of our most popular science fair project kits. You'll get six large Petri dishes, 10 cm (4 in) in diameter, a microwave safe plastic beaker, cotton swabs and the highest quality nutrient agar. This is the same nutrient agar used by microbiologists to grow really funky stuff in the lab. The instructions give you great suggestions for collecting samples and ways to gross out your parents.
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Introduction to Microbiology Culture Techniques
 
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Nicole Gentile, PhD Candidate, provides an overview of basic microbiology and the concepts involved, including the bacterial growth curve and classifying organisms based on morphologies. This lecture describes blood, urine and skin/soft tissue cultures, focusing on the types of media, sample collection processes, culture procedures, as well as speciation and susceptibility testing. Basic staining procedures, such as the simple stain, gram stain, spore stain, negative stain, and acid fast stain are briefly discussed. Included in the staining procedure descriptions are explanations of the organisms that the stains identify. In addition to staining procedures, biochemical tests used for differentiating bacteria are covered. Concluding the lecture are some facts about fungi and viruses, focusing on the current 2009 novel H1N1 influenza pandemic.
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Etest for antibiotic susceptibility
 
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Lab demonstration on how to set up the Etest to estimate antibiotic susceptibility
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Serological tests
 
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This lecture explains about serological test techniques and the importance of serological reactions to find out a disease. http://shomusbiology.com/ Download the study materials here- http://shomusbiology.com/bio-materials.html Remember Shomu’s Biology is created to spread the knowledge of life science and biology by sharing all this free biology lectures video and animation presented by Suman Bhattacharjee in YouTube. All these tutorials are brought to you for free. Please subscribe to our channel so that we can grow together. You can check for any of the following services from Shomu’s Biology- Buy Shomu’s Biology lecture DVD set- www.shomusbiology.com/dvd-store Shomu’s Biology assignment services – www.shomusbiology.com/assignment -help Join Online coaching for CSIR NET exam – www.shomusbiology.com/net-coaching We are social. Find us on different sites here- Our Website – www.shomusbiology.com Facebook page- https://www.facebook.com/ShomusBiology/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/shomusbiology SlideShare- www.slideshare.net/shomusbiology Google plus- https://plus.google.com/113648584982732129198 LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/suman-bhattacharjee-2a051661 Youtube- https://www.youtube.com/user/TheFunsuman Thank you for watching This video demonstrates the importance of conducting serological tests to find the relationship between organisms.
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How to Identify Gram Negative Species
 
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Using On Farm Culture to Improve Mastitis Treatment Episode #10: How to Identify Gram Negative Species Gram negative organisms cannot be differentiated at the genus level (such as E. coli, Klebsiella or Enterobacter) on the agar plates used in on-farm cultures. However, they can be identified as lactose negative or lactose positive by what color they ferment lactose in MacConkey agar. In this episode, Dr. Pamela explains what this means and discusses treatment options for a gram negative infection. Hint: gram negative infections often resolve on their own. Therefore, it is not always necessary to treat with antibiotics. Remember, it is always advisable to consult your local veterinarian when making these decisions.
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VITEK® 2 Compact - Microbial identification
 
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This video presents how the VITEK 2 Compact microbial identification system works. An internal overview shows up the automated analytical steps as well as how traceability is ensured from the sample request to the result report. For more information visit: www.biomerieux-industry.com/biopharma
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Bauer Kirby Antibiotic Susceptibility Testing Procedure
 
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This video lesson demonstrates the procedure we will use in lab to perform the Bauer-Kirby method of antibiotic susceptibility testing. NOTE: This is an abbreviated version we will use in our lab. The procedure performed in clinical labs is much more standardized and complex.
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Use of biochemical testing for the identification of pathogenic bacteria
 
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An introduction to the use of biochemical testing such as the API system for the identification of pathogenic bacteria in the clinical lab.
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Unknown Bacteria Project
 
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I had to find out what type of bacterias I had for my Microbiology class. I was given 2 different tubes with numbers on them and had to find out what they were by doing various tests. Gram Stain, differentiation bacterial growth media, cell morphology, colony streak isolation, and also record the various tests to turn in at the end of 3 weeks with the final result. We moved very fast with this class and I actually finished pretty strong since I did all of my tests within two weeks. So I finished a week ahead. The key was: Use of Aseptic Technique, Gram Stain, and Differential Bacterial Growth Media. Test Results: Tube #14: Gram + Micrococcus roseus Tube #44: Gram - Enterobacter aerogenes. Unknown Project Score= 98%
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Microbiology Course  -  Antimicrobial testing
 
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antibiotic susceptibility testing by disk diffusion
 
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Performance of antibiotic susceptibility testing by disk diffusion method.
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Oxoid M.I.C.Evaluator Strips -- Workflow Module
 
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Oxoid M.I.C.Evaluator Strips are antimicrobial gradient strips for establishing Minimum Inhibitory Concentration (MIC) values. The strips give easy-to-read MIC values, with a scale that conforms to international standards.
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DL 96II Microbial identification and susceptibility testing system
 
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Database following CLSI 2017 500 kinds of microorganism, 200 kinds of antibiotics. ID/AST combo test card. Enterbacteria, streptococcus, staphycoccus, fungi, Non-fermantative www.medicaldl.com/en
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Skin test demo
 
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vitek
 
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vitek 2 compact
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Tests for Rapid Detection of Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria - ICAAC 2014
 
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Rapid detection of antibiotic resistance is vital in assessing the appropriate antibiotic therapy for an infection. Participants will present data on two new inexpensive tests to detect antibiotic resistance markers within hours or even minutes. Laurent Poirel, University of Fribourg, Switzerland Karim Morey, Oregon State Public Health Lab
Biochemical tests
 
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A description of various tests used to identify microorganisms. For my BY 323 class at Jacksonville State University.
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IDEXX SNAP BL ST Antibiotic Residue Test - How to use
 
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Learn how easy it is to run the IDEXX SNAP Beta Lactam ST Antibiotic Residue Test including how to interpret the result
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Identification of bacteria  2 . कैसे बैक्टीरिया को लैब में पहचानें
 
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Easy lecture Identification of bacteria in microbiology lab 2 . Culture and staining of bacteria. कैसे बैक्टीरिया को लैब में पहचानें
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RBC In Urine ( Why & How to Identify )
 
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Antimicrobial Sensitivity
 
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Antifungal Susceptibility Test
 
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Sensibilidad antifúngica por difusión en pagar (E-Test y Discos)
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A Novel Antimicrobial Susceptibility Test To Help Combat Antibiotic Resistance-short version
 
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Kwikculture LLC has successfully developed a manual antibiotic susceptibility diagnostic product called the IDSX system. This system provides for a rapid, accurate, inexpensive, point-of-care, and direct susceptibility test result; including a concurrent presumptive identification of the bacterial pathogens present.
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Gorm Gets His Survival Antibiotic
 
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Tom Sciacca, President of Camping Survival, discusses fish and bird antibiotics in their North Carolina survival store. Purchase them here: https://www.campingsurvival.com/fish-and-bird-antibiotics.html Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/CampingSurvivalStore/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/CampingSurvival Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/camping_survival_knives/
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Performing an API Test
 
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How To Do an Intradermal Injection
 
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Need a quick skill review from your medical assisting courses? Check out this video, featuring SJVC's own faculty and students.
Gram Staining
 
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For more information, visit http://www.bio-rad.com/yt/1/biotech-lab-textbook. This video demonstrates the Gram staining method for identifying unknown bacteria. The method for mounting bacteria on a microscope slide using aseptic technique is shown. http://www.bio-rad.com/evportal/destination/product?catID=LKN6R715&WT.mc_id=yt-lse-ww-biotech-20121012-sxa46xKfIOY We Are Bio-Rad Explorer. Our Mission: Bio-Rad’s Explorer program provides easy access to engaging hands-on science learning experiences that spark interest in science and its influence on the world. To do this we: Provide high quality, relevant, learning experiences based on real world science Empower educators with skills and confidence to deliver engaging, memorable lessons Connect with Bio-Rad Explorer Online: Website: http://www.bio-rad.com/en-us/education Twitter: https://twitter.com/BioRadEducation Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/bioradexplorer/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/1613226/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/biorad/ Instagram: @BioRadLabs Snapchat: @BioRadLabs
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Blue white screening of DNA clones
 
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Lecture on blue white screening lacZ of DNA clones after cloning. http://shomusbiology.weebly.com/ Download the study materials here- http://shomusbiology.weebly.com/bio-materials.html The blue-white screen is a screening technique that allows for the rapid and convenient detection of recombinant bacteria in vector-based molecular cloning experiments. DNA of interest is ligated into a vector. The vector is then transformed into competent cell (bacteria), and the competent cells are grown in the presence of X-gal. Cells transformed with vectors containing recombinant DNA will produce white colonies; cells transformed with non-recombinant plasmids (i.e. only the vector) grow into blue colonies. β-galactosidase is a protein encoded by the lacZ gene of the lac operon, and it exists as a homotetramer in its active state. However, a mutant β-galactosidase derived from the M15 strain of E. coli has its N-terminal residues 11—41 deleted and this mutant, the ω-peptide, is unable to form a tetramer and is inactive. This mutant form of protein however may return fully to its active tetrameric state in the presence of an N-terminal fragment of the protein, the α-peptide. The rescue of function of the mutant β-galactosidase by the α-peptide is called α-complementation. In this method of screening, the host E. coli strain carries the lacZ deletion mutant (lacZΔM15} which contains the ω-peptide, while the plasmids used carry the lacZα sequence which encodes the first 59 residues of β-galactosidase, the α-peptide. Neither are functional by themselves. However, when the two peptides are expressed together, as when a plasmid containing the lacZα sequence is transformed into a lacZΔM15 cells, they form a functional β-galactosidase enzyme. The blue/white screening method works by disrupting this α-complementation process. The plasmid carries within the lacZα sequence an internal multiple cloning site (MCS). This MCS within the lacZα sequence can be cut by restriction enzymes so that the foreign DNA may be inserted within the lacZα gene, thereby disrupting the gene and thus production of α-peptide. Consequently, in cells containing the plasmid with an insert, no functional β-galactosidase may be formed. The presence of an active β-galactosidase can be detected by X-gal, a colourless analog of lactose that may be cleaved by β-galactosidase to form 5-bromo-4-chloro-indoxyl, which then spontaneously dimerizes and oxidizes to form a bright blue insoluble pigment 5,5'-dibromo-4,4'-dichloro-indigo. This results in a characteristic blue colour in cells containing a functional β-galactosidase. Blue colonies therefore show that they may contain a vector with an uninterrupted lacZα (therefore no insert), while white colonies, where X-gal is not hydrolyzed, indicate the presence of an insert in lacZα which disrupts the formation of an active β-galactosidase. Source of the article published in description is Wikipedia. I am sharing their material. Copyright by original content developers of Wikipedia. Link- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Main_Page
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Early Liver Disease Symptoms
 
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Early Liver Disease Symptoms Early liver disease symptoms and signs usually don't occur. Symptoms of liver disease don't often appear until the later stages of most liver conditions, and by then the liver may have suffered serious or permanent damage. You can't live without a functioning liver. Once liver failure occurs, there's only one option for survival: a liver transplant. That's why it's important to recognize liver disease symptoms and signs as early as possible. Liver function tests are among the most helpful diagnostic tools doctors use to identify early liver disease symptoms. Unfortunately, since most people don't often realize they have a problem, they don't talk to their doctor about getting them. When liver disease symptoms and signs do begin to appear, they might include Irregular sleep, including a tendency to sleep at odd hours and wake up in the middle of the night. Low or fluctuating energy levels. Lows tend to come in mid morning and mid afternoon. Losing weight becomes even more difficult than usual, even though you eat smarter and start exercising. Your skin and eyes will start to have a yellowish tint. Other skin problems conditions like acne, eczema, psoriasis, and general itchiness may appear. You may experience bad reactions to drugs and medications like headache pills, antibiotics and anti-histamines. Drinking even small amounts of alcohol even small amounts of alcohol can make you feel inebriated. You'll feel intense hangovers when you drink. Caffeine will have a much stronger effect and could keep you awake for hours. You may experience digestion problems, especially with creamy, oily and fatty foods. You may even feel nauseous after you eat them. You have stomach bloating and gas more often than usual. Eating asparagus will cause a strange smell in your urine. This is a classic early liver disease symptom. You'll occasionally experience a warm, flush feeling will start in your trunk and rise upward toward the head. You'll begin to get frequent headaches, heartburn and acid reflux. Certain substances may cause a severe reaction, especially cleaning products, gasoline, paint, perfumes, bleaches, and so on. Recognizing early liver disease symptoms and signs early is critical to successful treatment. The farther a liver disease progresses, the more dangerous it becomes. Unfortunately, many liver disease symptoms don't appear until a significant amount of damage has been done and liver function has been compromised.
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Gram staining for differentiating bacterial species
 
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Gram staining (or Gram's method) is a method of differentiating bacterial species into two large groups (Gram-positive and Gram-negative). The name comes from its inventor, Hans Christian Gram. Gram staining differentiates bacteria by the chemical and physical properties of their cell walls by detecting peptidoglycan, which is present in a thick layer in Gram positive bacteria.[1] A Gram positive results in a purple/blue color while a Gram negative results in a pink/red color. The Gram stain is almost always the first step in the identification of a bacterial organism. While Gram staining is a valuable diagnostic tool in both clinical and research settings, not all bacteria can be definitively classified by this technique. This gives rise to Gram-variable and Gram-indeterminate groups as well.
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Antibiotic sensitivity-Kirby Bauer diffusion test 1
 
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Part 1- adding active S.epidermidis broth to agar plate
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Virus Hunter: Monitoring Nipah Virus in Bat Populations | HHMI BioInteractive Video
 
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In this video we follow scientists working in Bangladesh as they test fruit bat populations to determine whether they are infected with Nipah virus—a potentially deadly virus when passed on to humans. Fruit bats (also called flying foxes) of the genus Pteropus carry a virus called Nipah which can be transmitted to humans and cause severe disease. In Bangladesh the virus causes a disease outbreak almost every year. Dr. Jon Epstein of the EcoHealth Alliance walks us through the evidence that established that bats are the natural reservoir of the virus and how scientists uncovered the route of transmission to humans. Dr. Epstein and collaborators in Bangladesh are now monitoring bat populations throughout the country for the presence for the virus to identify human populations that might be at risk of transmission.
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What is BROTH MICRODILUTION? What does BROTH MICRODILUTION mean? BROTH MICRODILUTION meaning
 
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What is BROTH MICRODILUTION? What does BROTH MICRODILUTION mean? BROTH MICRODILUTION meaning - BROTH MICRODILUTION definition - BROTH MICRODILUTION explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ Broth microdilution is a method used to test the susceptibility of bacteria to antibiotics. It is the most commonly used method to perform this test in the United States. During testing, multiple microtiter plates are filled with a broth composed of Brucella and supplements of blood. Varying concentrations of the antibiotics and the bacteria to be tested are then added to the plate. The plate is then placed into a non-CO2 incubator and heated at thirty-five degrees Celsius for sixteen to twenty hours. Following the allotted time, the plate is removed and checked for bacterial growth. If the broth became cloudy or a layer of cells formed at the bottom, then bacterial growth has occurred. The results of the broth microdilution method are reported in Minimum Inhibitory Concentration (MIC), or the lowest concentration of antibiotics that stopped bacterial expansion. The broth microdilution method can be used to test the susceptibility of bacteria to multiple antibiotics at once. Broth microdilution is also highly accurate. The accuracy of its results are comparable to agar dilution, the gold standard of susceptibility testing. Other advantages include the commercial availability of plates, the ease of testing and storing the plates, and the ability for the results of some tests to be read by machines.
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Primary and secondary screening
 
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Project Name: Creation of e-Contents on fermentation technology Project Investigator: Dr. Ramesh Kothari Module Name: Primary and secondary screening
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Mnemonics for Remembering Gram Positive & Gram Negative Organisms
 
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In this video, I will be discussing various mnemonics on easily remembering various Gram positive & negative cocci and bacilli.
Fast Phenotypic Antibiotic Susceptibility Testing of Positive Blood Cultures
 
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Presented at Clinical Diagnostics & Research 2017: https://www.labroots.com/virtual-event/clinical-diagnostics-research Margie Morgan, PhD, MT(ASCP), D(ABMM) Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Scientific Director and Microbiology, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center I am a clinical microbiologist and currently the scientific director of microbiology at Cedars- Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, CA. I love to teach, and during my thirty years in microbiology I have taught enumerable pathology residents, infectious disease fellows, pharmacists, infection control nurses, and clinical laboratory scientists. I have reviewed hundreds of pathology residents for their board examination at the Osler Institute Pathology Review Course. It has been my goal to spread the science and art of microbiology to whoever would look and listen. I love to teach microbiology! Webinar: Fast Phenotypic Antibiotic Susceptibility Testing of Positive Blood Cultures The role of the microbiology laboratory in the processing of positive patient blood cultures has become more complicated with the increasing demand for rapid information to assist in the management of sepsis. Many laboratories have turned to using molecular systems that report identification and resistant marker results that supply actionable information but no susceptibility data. These systems have proven over time to be useful with the management of Gram positive bloodstream infections but vary in the ability to properly guide therapy choices for Gram negative bacteremia. In our institution, phenotypic antimicrobial susceptibility results are often necessary for optimization of therapy. This is particularly true due to emerging resistance mechanisms in Gram negative bacilli, such as AmpC and porin alterations. The Accelerate Pheno™ system is a truly unique and divergent technology that has the potential to produce final susceptibility results directly from a positive blood culture within 7 hours. This is a reduction in time to results from conventional susceptibility methods of 2-3 days. The Accelerate Diagnostics system was FDA cleared in February of 2017. Clinical trial and scientific presentations have shown the identification and MIC susceptibility results to be reliable and can be used to improve patient care. Rapid final MIC results provide invaluable information to a stewardship program to rapidly optimize the therapy of sepsis. Sponsored By: Accelerate Diagnostics Earn PACE Credits: 1. Make sure you’re a registered member of LabRoots: https://www.labroots.com/virtual-event/clinical-diagnostics-research 2. Watch the webinar on YouTube above or on the LabRoots Website: https://www.labroots.com/virtual-event/clinical-diagnostics-research 3. Click Here to get your PACE (November 9th, 2019)– http://www.labroots.com/credit/pace-credits/2661/third-party LabRoots on Social: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LabRootsInc Twitter: https://twitter.com/LabRoots LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/labroots Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/labrootsinc Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/labroots/ SnapChat: labroots_inc
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ID and sensitivity panel for pathogenic bacteria
 
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Bacterial identification and sensitivity panel using the MicroScan Walk Away 96 plus
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Sterility Testing performed at Nelson Labs
 
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The product sterility test evaluates samples for sterility by placing them in growth media, incubating them for a minimum of fourteen days, and checking them for evidence of microbial contamination. This test is necessary on items such as medical devices, pharmaceuticals, preparations, tissue materials, and other materials that claim to be sterile or free from viable microorganisms. http://www.nelsonlabs.com/TestingServices/Tests/product-sterility-cleanroom.aspx
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