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), Staphylococcus spp (9), Proteus spp (7), Streptococcus spp (6), and Pseudomonas spp (2). Antimicrobial susceptibility testing of bacterial isolates (of any species) from the 283 specimens revealed that isolates from 40 (14.1%) specimens were truly

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in American Journal of Veterinary Research

, respondents were asked to rate the importance (1 = very important; 5 = not important) of 12 factors in their decision-making process ( Table 3 ). Factors rated as most important included results of bacteriologic culture and antimicrobial susceptibility testing

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in Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association

culture and antimicrobial susceptibility testing, and biochemical identification of bacteria. Following debridement, the defect over the left elbow region measured 4 × 2 cm. The skin of the wound over the left elbow region could be brought together with

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if the PFGE band patterns were identical. Antimicrobial susceptibility testing —For 20 treated cows, susceptibility of S aureus isolates to pirlimycin was determined by use of the disk diffusion method. 14 Statistical analysis —Because cattle

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catheter a was inserted transcervically into the uterus, and 21 L of malodorous, mucopurulent fluid was recovered. Subsequent bacteriologic culture and antimicrobial susceptibility testing of a sample of this fluid yielded heavy growth of Pseudomonas

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.012). 1 Bacteriologic culture of urine and antimicrobial susceptibility testing were not performed; however, neither bacteria nor substantial pyuria were observed on examination of urine sediment. Radiographs of the abdomen were obtained ( Figure 1

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is a relationship between results of in vitro antimicrobial susceptibility testing of bacterial isolates and results of treatment with pirlimycin. In a study in which 132 dairy cows with subclinical mastitis were treated by means of intramammary

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anaerobic bacterial and fungal cultures with antimicrobial susceptibility testing. Biopsy was repeated to confirm the diagnosis because of the uncommon imaging and clinical findings. The client reported that the dog's appetite and energy level had improved

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susceptibility testing. Antimicrobial susceptibility testing was performed by use of the broth microdilution (ie, MIC) 1 and KB methods ( Table 1 ). 2,3 The DNA was extracted in our laboratory directly from the aspirated fluid collected from the lesion by use

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development of antimicrobial resistance in equine bacterial isolates is important not only from the point of view of equine medicine, but also from a global public health perspective. Antimicrobial susceptibility testing of commensal Escherichia coli strains

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