InstructorNoureen Zeeshan
TypeOnline Course
DateJun 22, 2018
Student Enrolled6
Certificate75% of quiz marks
PriceFree
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Minimum Inhibitory concentration:

Minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) is defined as lowest concentration of an antimicrobial agent which inhibits the visible growth of microorganisms, MIC is considered a gold standard for determining the susceptibility of an organism against an antimicrobial agent

Advantages of MIC:

  • It is used to confirm unusual resistance pattern
  • When borderline results are obtained by disk diffusion method
  • When disk diffusion method testing a particular antibiotic against a microorganism may give unreliable results.
  • Widely used in antimicrobial resistance surveillance
  • Used in comparative testing of new antimicrobial drugs
  • Epidemiological studies of susceptibility patterns
  • When quantitative results are needed for clinical management of patient

 

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