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. Identification of bacterial isolates was performed by use of conventional microbiological methods with spot tests, tubed media, and bacterial identification strips. i The broth microdilution method was used to perform antimicrobial susceptibility testing in

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each diagnostic test are carefully considered during interpretation of test results, especially when antimicrobial susceptibility testing is performed and the results are used to guide treatment and management decisions. In the present study

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parameters based on 0.5% of optimization and band-matching tolerance. Representative isolates from each PFGE type were submitted to National Veterinary Services Laboratories for serotyping. 26 Measurement of MIC —Antimicrobial susceptibility testing of each

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analyzed data from antimicrobial susceptibility testing of 1,654 E coli isolates obtained from clinical samples of cats. The isolates were cultured by the Cornell University AHDC from 2008 to 2022, using standard bacteriologic culture methods previously

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microbiologic culture and antimicrobial susceptibility testing; however, penicillins, cephalosporins, and clindamycin are recommended for first-line treatment until results of antimicrobial susceptibility testing are available. 6 In the United States

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diagnostic laboratories for bacteriologic culture and susceptibility testing has been used to guide practitioners in selection of antimicrobials in clinical situations. Standard procedures for conducting antimicrobial susceptibility tests have been

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the physical examination were unremarkable. Results of a CBC, serum biochemical analysis, and urinalysis were within reference range limits. A urine sample was submitted for bacteriologic culture and antimicrobial susceptibility testing. No microbial

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of antimicrobial susceptibility testing, it has been suggested that veterinarians use cumulative antibiograms, which include susceptibility test results for bacteria found in a particular hospital, farm, or region, when selecting empiric treatment. 10

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turbid fluid was removed, only to have the fluid-filled swelling return. The most recent centesis was performed approximately 60 days prior to referral. At that time, a fluid sample was submitted for bacterial culture and antimicrobial susceptibility

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osteotomy, followed by curettage and drainage of the bulla, was performed to remove the mass. Samples of the purulent fluid from the bulla were obtained and submitted for bacteriologic culture and antimicrobial susceptibility testing. The ventral aspect of

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