Clinical Microbiology II

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Classroom lectures and Lab procedures studying the fundamental concepts and the different methods and techniques applied for the diagnosis of pathogenic microorganisms isolated from different clinical specimens; the agents of the infectious diseases, methods of collection and handling of different pathological specimens, laboratory detection and identification of the agents of the infectious diseases by laboratory methods (Morphological, biological, and biochemical characteristics of bacteria commonly isolated from clinical specimens), determining the appropriate method for treatment, and processing clinical specimens for optimal recovery of infectious agents.

Through lectures and Labs, students will become familiar with major groups of medically important bacteria, selection of appropriate diagnostic laboratory specimens and the technical procedures used for recovery and identification.




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Clinical Microbiology II

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