Practical approach to microbiology
How may we become acquainted with the world of microorganisms?; Where are bacteria found and how may they be identified?; Which are the better methods of destroying microorganisms?; How do serological tests aid in diagnosing and combating communicable disease?; How is immunity established and how are immunizing preparations used?; How are microorganisms transferred to other?; How effective are routine hospital procedures in preveting transfer of organisms?; How are pathogenic organisms transfered and controlled?; How effective are the methods of safeguarding our patients from infection?
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Orientation to the Laboratory
Problem B Where are bacteria found and how may they be identified?
Which are the better methods of destroying microorganisms?
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