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  • Background: Bacterial Identification - February 2015

    Background: Bacterial identification - General approach - Biochemical bacterial identification - The API system
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  • Background: Bacterial world - February 2015

    Background: Bacterial world
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  • Background: Bacterial culture in laboratory - February 2015

    Background: Bacterial culture in laboratory - Bacterial growth and aseptic conditions
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  • Background - Antibiotics and Antibiogram - February 2015

    Background: Antibiotics and Antibiogram
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  • Background: Nosocomial infections - February 2015

    Background: Nosocomial infections
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  • Bacterial identification procedure - February 2015

    Here, you have six files for bacterial identification procedure in word, in pdf, and the ppt for the presentation of this experiment. Bacterial identification procedure - Part 1 : Preparation of API miniaturized system
    1. Bacterial suspension preparation
    1.1 With a sterile inoculation loop, take a bacterial colony on agar Petri dish.
    Warning ! The sample is realized in asepsis around Bunsen burner
    1.2 Make a suspension with this bacterial colony in a steril tube of physiological (...)

  • Protocol of Antibiogram realisation on a bacterial strain - February 2015

    Here, you have three files of procedure of antibiogram realisation on a bacterial strain in word, in pdf, and the ppt for the presentation of this experiment. Antibiogram realisation on a bacterial strain
    1.Preparation of inoculum « I »
    1.1 Take a bacterial colony with a sterile inoculation loop.
    Warning ! Handling is performed aseptically around the Bunsen burner
    1.2 Insert the inoculation loop into the tube of 5 mL physiological water. In water, rub the loop on the wall of the tube, (...)

  • Protocol for the determination of the origin of the contamination of the patient - February 2015

    Here, you have three files of procedure for the determination of the origin of the contamination of the patient in word, in pdf, and the ppt for the presentation of this experiment. Warning ! Opening of the tubes and Agar Petri dish is realized in asepsis around Bunsen burner1. Detection of bacterial contaminants on compresses
    1.1 Open a bag of compresses.
    1.2 Apply on the compresse, a Agar « contact » Petri dish. Press lightly and maintain contact approximately 10 seconds.
    1.3 Use (...)