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Antimicrobial Susceptibility Testing’s reported MIC for common orthopedic pathogens. The Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute reports that the MIC for susceptible bacteria is ≤ 4 μg/mL and 8 μg/mL for bacteria with intermediate susceptibility. 19 A

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% in the present study, and the reason for this discrepancy remains unclear. Before veterinarians consider levofloxacin for treatment of a bacterial infection in a dog, microbial culture and antimicrobial susceptibility testing should be performed

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ceftazidime susceptibility ( Pseudomonas spp, Morganella spp, and Escherichia spp) were found to be susceptible. Those results highlighted the need for bacterial culture and antimicrobial susceptibility testing when treating bacterial infections. The

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antimicrobial doses administered in water. This predictive approach to population treatment may decrease bacterial resistance to the chosen medication, especially when antimicrobial susceptibility testing finds MICs that are higher than typical for a specific

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perform antimicrobial susceptibility testing in accordance with standards of the Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute. 14 , t Briefly, 2 mL of brain-heart infusion broth was inoculated with 2 or 3 isolated bacterial colonies and incubated at 35°C

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