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Antimicrobial susceptibility testing of bacteria isolated from animals: methods for in-vitro susceptibility testing and their suitability with regard to the generation of most useful data for therapeutic applications



Antimicrobial susceptibility testing of bacteria isolated from animals: methods for in-vitro susceptibility testing and their suitability with regard to the generation of most useful data for therapeutic applications



Berliner und Munchener Tierarztliche Wochenschrift 116(9/10): 353-361



In-vitro susceptibility testing provides valuable information for choosing the most suitable antimicrobial agent for the control of bacterial infections in animals. Different diffusion and dilution methods, as conducted according to various approved performance standards, can be used to determine the in-vitro susceptibility of bacterial pathogens. In the present article, problems are discussed which arise from the use of different methods and the difficulty to interpret such results.

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