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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.

bacteriologic

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

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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The table reviews the findings of prior bacteriologic examinations of chronic sinusitis, as well as those of the present study.
Overall, bacteriologic cure was significantly more likely with cephalosporin treatment (92.
WHO treatment outcomes include bacteriologic cure: patients with a positive smear or culture before treatment and negative bacteriologic results at the end of therapy; treatment completion: patients who complete treatment without bacteriologic proof of cure or failure; treatment failure: patients who fail to achieve bacteriologic conversion within 5 months after the start of treatment, who become smear-or culture-positive again during treatment after a previous conversion, or who are identified with multidrug-resistant TB (i.
A similar trend was observed in the patients evaluable for clinical and bacteriologic responses.
daily isoniazid, pyrazinamide, rifampin, and ethambutol or streptomycin) for a minimum of 2 months and until bacteriologic response is achieved (i.
We retrieved data from 2 databases: one at the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment (RIVM), Bilthoven, the Netherlands, which contains the bacteriologic information of all M.
The topical group had a clinical response rate of 100% and a bacteriologic cure rate of 95%, and the topical/oral group had rates of 95 and 85%, respectively.
The goals of management are to establish tissue and bacteriologic diagnosis, prevent or reverse neurologic deficits, relieve pain, establish spinal stability, eradicate infection, and prevent relapses.
The authors included 35 trials involving 7,125 patients in their study, and found that the overall odds ratios for bacteriologic and clinical cure rates significantly favored cephalosporins.
Nevertheless, the prevailing treatment for AOE is still a topical antibiotic that (1) can be delivered at extremely high concentrations directly to the site of infection, (2) is bactericidal, and (3) can facilitate a rapid clinical and bacteriologic cure, thereby preventing a secondary complication (e.
4% of the ciprofloxacin group experienced bacteriologic eradication, vs.
The bacteriologic success rate was 92% with moxifloxacin and 81% with the other drugs.