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|Statement||by J. G. Adami|
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Main steps in bacteriological diagnosis 1. Main Steps in Bacteriological Diagnosis 2. The diagnostic cycle Laboratory testing – series of events: I. Pre-analytical II. Analytical = observation & isolation & identification & enumeration III. Author(s): Adami,J George(John George), Title(s): Modern difficulties in bacteriological diagnosis/ by J.G.
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bacteriological synonyms, bacteriological pronunciation, bacteriological translation, English dictionary definition of bacteriological. The study of bacteria, especially in relation to medicine and agriculture.
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However, the growing number of emerging pathogens makes it difficult for. Abandoning diagnosis, and with it the bacteriological model, would no doubt induce confusion and maybe even chaos among us therapists, even as it reduced our income and status. But that’s often the price of honesty.
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Five years later, Koch published the "Four Postulates" ("four rules") on which modern bacteriological studies have been built. The postulates are: The organism must be present in every case of the disease. The organism must be cultivated in a pure culture.
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Effective utilisation and understanding of the clinical bacteriology laboratory can greatly aid in the diagnosis of infectious diseases. Although described more than a century ago, the Gram stain remains the most frequently used rapid diagnostic test, and in conjunction with various biochemical tests is the cornerstone of the clinical laboratory.
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