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MDLT151 - Clinical Microbiology I


Credits: 3
Lecture: 2
Lab: 5
Description: This course introduces basic principles in the isolation and identification of clinically significant organisms. The student will study clinically significant human pathogens, including the identification and proper treatment of specimens and principles of isolation. This course will teach the student to identify specific common organisms with a focus on susceptibility testing, anti-microbials and infection control. The student will become proficient in pre-analytical variables such as collection and handling of specimens and the selection of differential and selective media. (Prerequisites: BIOL-112, BIOL-213, CHEM-136, MATH-131; Corequisites: MDLT-152, MDLT-153, MDLT-154)


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