MIC90


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MIC90

The maximum inhibitory concentration of an antibiotic, at which 90% of the isolates are inhibited
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Tigecycline was the most active antimicrobial agent in one study by Bradford et al, with an MIC90 of 0.
of the diameter of the zone of inhibition obtained by the disk diffusion method for MRSA and VRE isolates MIC ([micro]g/mL) Inhibition zone (mm) Organism MIC50 MIC90 Range Range Mean S.
The MIC90 levels had also dropped for T/S, but it is not often used anymore.
MIC90 values for delafloxacin, tigecycline, and levofloxacin against all S.
MIC90 is defined as the minimum inhibitory concentration necessary to inhibit the growth of 90 percent of the bacteria.
Based on MIC90 data collected, cethromycin was 2-4 times more potent than telithromycin and 10-12 times more potent than the macrolides studied.
005 mcg/mL) across the dose range, while fecal concentrations were high, averaging over 10,000 times the MIC90 for C.
Organisms MIC50/ MIC90 (micron g/mL) MIC ranges) doripenem tobramycin aztreonam imipenem ceftazidime P.