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medicine, antimicrobial susceptibility testing (AST) is not typically performed for BHS infections because no significant resistance has been noted to the first line therapy, penicillin, despite decades of use. Resistance to β-lactams, such as penicillin or

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free abdominal fluid, ruling out lower urinary tract obstruction or bladder rupture. Pending results of urine bacterial culture and antimicrobial susceptibility testing, the dog was initially treated with prazosin (2 mg, PO, q 8 h) for bladder and

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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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various software differ, and there are no standards for abbreviation. For example, a glossary is needed to identify the different ways antimicrobial drugs are abbreviated by the manufacturers of antimicrobial susceptibility testing systems in Clinical and

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