Diagnostic Microbiology and Bioterrorism

Clinical microbiology plays a key role in individual and community health. Clinical microbiology laboratory plays essential role for the welfare of our people to analyse samples from patients and collecting data that allow the correct diagnosis to be made for victims of infectious diseases. They are sentinel events for bioterrorism and natural outbreaks of infection that threaten public health of the communities they serve. These laboratories provide vital information which guides the choice of antimicrobial therapy right for patients to infections that can be treated. They are the first to recognize the emergence of resistance to commonly used antimicrobial drugs. People working in clinical microbiology laboratories are highly trained professionals who make countless decisions every day that save lives and benefit the patients and at risk in our society.

  • Criteria for proper specimen collection
  • Diagnostic public health microbiology
  • Rapid and Accurate Diagnostic Testing and Reporting
  • Methods to Assess Newly Described Bacteria
  • Clinical microbiology laboratory
  • Biochemical and Susceptibility Testing
  • Culture and Sensitivity tests
  • Lab Methods for Detection of Carrier State
  • Role in Outbreak Detection and Management
  • Biotechnological Innovations
  • Sensitivity and Specificity
  • Clinical and Public Health Microbiology
  • National, state and medical institutions preparedness to bioterrorism
  • Microorganisms and Bioterrorism
  • Bioterrorism
  • Microbial source tracking
  • Technological advances in detection and management of infection

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