Bacteriology (with antibiotic as needed *)

Bacteriological tests are used to detect specific bacteria in a particular study material (body fluids, tissues, smears, urine, feces, etc.) and to diagnose bacterial diseases. These studies study the bacteria that cause important human infections, including intracellular and extracellular bacterial pathogens. In addition, studies include the detection of antibiotic-resistant bacteria by antibioticograms. An antibioticogram is created, if necessary, after bacterial and laboratory tests.

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