Jun 15, 1979

Antibiotic sensitivity testing by flow microcalorimetry

Experientia
A E BeezerP Willis

Abstract

The proposed flow microcalorimetric method for the diagnosis of bacteriuria has been extended to include antibiotic sensitivity testing. Sensitive organisms rapidly (4-8 min) show thermal responses to the added antibiotics over the normal range of concentrations (1 x, 2x, MIC value).

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Bacteriuria
Calorimetry
Fungus Drug Sensitivity Tests
Bacteriocidal Agents

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