Methods for Quality Control in Diagnostic Microbiology
Jon Michael Miller, Berttina B. Wentworth
American Public Health Association, Jan 1, 1985 - Medical - 359 pages
This volume is a manual of methods for quality control in all areas of microbiology, bacteriology, virology, chlamydiology, mycology and parasitology. It brings together quality control procedures for all aspects of the microbiology laboratory, including the operation of a quality control program, from preparation of a procedural manual and control of a bacteriological media through specific control measures for virus isolation, serological testing, fungal isolation and parasite identification.
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agar agents ampicillin anaerobic antibiotics antibody antigen antimicrobial antisera antiserum ATCC aureus bacteria batch beta-lactamase Biosafety Level blood cultures broth cabinet Carbenicillin cell culture Centers for Disease chemical Chlamydia Chlamydia trachomatis clean Clin Microbiol clinical laboratory clinical specimens contamination control strains detection DIAGNOSTIC MICROBIOLOGY Disease Control disinfectant disk diffusion equipment Escherichia coli evaluation expiration date fluid fungal fungi globulin growth hazards hemolysin incubation infections inhibited inoculated inoculum isolation Lot Number manual material methicillin method microbiology monitor Mueller-Hinton Mycoplasma organisms oxacillin parasites pathogens patient penicillin performed personnel plates pneumoniae positive control prepared preventive maintenance procedure quality control reagents recommended records reference antigen routine safety sample screwcapped sera serologic serum slides specific specimen collection spill stain standard sterile storage Streptococcus susceptibility testing swab Table techniques temperature titer titration trachomatis transport medium tube ug/mL urine vial viral virology virus viruses zone