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results via tube coagulase testing was also positive for clumping factor as determined via slide coagulase testing with rabbit plasma. Antimicrobial susceptibility testing —Results of the antimicrobial susceptibility testing revealed that 71 of the 110

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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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bacterial culture with antimicrobial susceptibility testing. 4 Although considered the criterion-referenced standard, bacterial culture requires several days before results are available and may be cost prohibitive for some clients. Several novel methods

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the isolates was confirmed via PCR amplification of the specific marker housekeeping gene, tpi, which encodes for triose phosphate isomerase. 16 Antimicrobial susceptibility testing—The MIC was determined for a panel of 6 antimicrobials by use of

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. Antimicrobial susceptibility testing —Susceptibility to each of 9 antimicrobials was determined by use of the agar dilution method according to the guidelines of the Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute. 22 The antimicrobials used were AMP, CFZ, CEF, DHS

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