Applied Diagnostic Microbiology

 Diagnostic microbiology deals with the latest developments in clinical microbiology and the diagnosis and treatment of infectious diseases. It relates with bacteriology, immunology, infectious diseases, mycology, parasitology, and virology. The analysis of a microbial disease starts with an appraisal of clinical and epidemiologic elements, prompting the plan of a symptomatic theory.  Diagnostic microbiology can also be a part of developing a treatment plan. Organisms, for example, microbes and protozoans assume a part in numerous illness forms. A considerable lot of the procedures like microscopy, immunological tests, radiology, biomarker tests, ELISA, serology tests, immunization vectors are the major demonstrative tests that are as of now being used. Many microbes have developed resistance to medications. Thus, it is important for the researchers to discover more brilliant methods for diagnosing these microorganisms and their pathogenic instruments.

 

  • Microbial Causes of Infection
  • Serodiagnosis
  • Antimicrobial Susceptibility
  • Specimen Selection, Collection and Processing

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