Bauer-Kirby test

Bauer-Kir·by test

(bow'ĕr kir'bē),
a standardized test for microbiologic susceptibility performed by transferring a standardized pure culture of the organism of interest onto a sensitivity plate (Petri dish with Mueller-Hinton agar) and observing growth in the presence of discs containing antibiotics.
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Agar Diffusion Test

The most commonly used lab test for determining antibiotic susceptibility of bacteria causing clinical disease.
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Bau·er-Kir·by test

(bow'ĕr kĕr'bē test)
A standardized procedure for microbiologic susceptibility performed by transferring a standardized pure culture of the organism of interest onto a sensitivity plate (Petri dish with Mueller-Hinton agar) and observing the amount of growth in the presence of discs containing antibiotics.
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