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original-paper | 15-May-2020

Comparison of Rapid and Routine Methods of Identification and Antibiotic Susceptibility Testing of Microorganisms from Blood Culture Bottles

-positive and Gram-negative bacteria or yeast were picked from the gel with a cotton-tipped extruder. Bacteria of a concentration equivalent to a McFarland standard of 0.5–0.63 (for yeasts, 1.8–2.2) were diluted with the manufacturer’s identification solution (ID broth, BD, USA). Then, 0.5 μl of the dilution was transferred to the antibiotic susceptibility test solution (AST broth, BD, USA), and identification and antibiotic susceptibility tests were conducted using an automated identification and

SADIK AKGUN, HAKAN SEZGIN SAYINER

Polish Journal of Microbiology, Volume 69 , ISSUE 2, 165–176

Original Paper | 10-December-2018

Primary and Secondary Bacteremia Caused by Proteus spp.: Epidemiology, Strains Susceptibility and Biofilm Formation

antibiotic susceptibility test was done using the diffusion method. Biofilm formation was evaluated with microplate method using TTC. Bacteremia caused by Proteus spp. was found in 97 patients, mainly secondary to urinary tract infection. Most of the strains were susceptible to piperacillin with tazobactam (95.9%) and amikacin (86.7%). Elderly patients have a higher risk of mortality after BSIs caused by Proteus spp. A detailed analysis was made for randomly chosen 26 strains isolated from 11 patients

JOANNA KWIECIŃSKA-PIRÓG, KRZYSZTOF SKOWRON, EUGENIA GOSPODAREK-KOMKOWSKA

Polish Journal of Microbiology, Volume 67 , ISSUE 4, 471–478

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