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bac·te·ri·o·log·ic

, bacteriological (bak-tēr'ē-ō-loj'ik, -i-kăl),
Relating to bacteria or to bacteriology.

bacteriological

[baktir′ē·əloj′ik]
Etymology: Gk, bakterion
pertaining to bacteriology. Also bacteriologic.

bacteriological

adjective Referring or pertaining to bacteria.

bac·te·ri·o·log·ic

, bacteriological (bak-tēr'ē-ŏ-loj'ik, -i-kăl)
Relating to bacteria or to bacteriology.
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Russia does not have full DST coverage (1); however, in Vladimir Region, all bacteriologically confirmed TB case-patients, including new case-patients, must undergo MGIT DST.
Drug resistance was twice as high when previous outcome was defined as 'treatment completed' versus bacteriologically proven 'cure' (p<0.
27,28) The results of these analyses of data pooled from the two active-controlled studies confirmed that 5 days of telithromycin is at least as effective, both clinically and bacteriologically, as 10 days of treatment with amoxicillin-clavulanate or cefuroxime axetil in patients with suspected ABMS.
Forty-eight culture-positive patients with chronic sinusitis who had been medically treated for at least 3 months and had undergone sinus surgery were bacteriologically evaluated.
In 1951 Wiedemann worked in cooperation with the Milk Research Institute in Kiel to develop a bacteriologically faultless floor drain.
The laboratory analysis indicated that the well was bacteriologically safe but had a nitrate-N concentration of 22.
As the leading manufacturers of canned haggis in the UK, we must point out that our production is subject to the most stringent hygiene regulations and ,as part of the canning process, is sterilised to make the product bacteriologically safe.
All 60 prisoners had pulmonary TB and it was confirmed bacteriologically for 54 (90%) persons.
Moreover, the Laboratory department of MVIDH, Delhi, was selected under the National Surveillance Programme for Communicable Diseases (NSPCD) implemented amongst 100 districts in the country and has been reporting bacteriologically confirmed cases of diphtheria to the national nodal agency of NSPCD and Municipal Corporation of Delhi on monthly basis since June, 2003.
The bacteriologically evaluable population for each arm of the trial was not powered to demonstrate statistical non-inferiority at a 95% confidence interval.
Indeed, the homeowner produced a laboratory sample report showing his well water was bacteriologically safe and photographs of a test pit showing that his sewage disposal system was over 3 feet above the groundwater.
In 1921, Francis noted seven bacteriologically confirmed cases of naturally occurring tularemia and other cases of laboratory-acquired illness.