Groundwater, P.W. and Todd, A. and Worsley, A.J. and Anderson, R.J. (2009) 'The technology and techniques used in the detection of pathogenic bacteria.', The pharmaceutical journal., 283 (7569). pp. 281-282.
In the light of requirements from the Care Quality Commission for hospitals to screen for and/or detect a range of micro-organisms including MRSA and C difficile, this article briefly reviews some techniques used for bacteraemia surveillance. In addition to traditional microscopic methods, chromogenic detection and molecular diagnostic methods are of increasing importance.
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