Translation of bacteriological in Spanish:

bacteriological

bacteriológico, adj.

Pronunciation /bakˌtɪərɪəˈlɒdʒɪk(ə)l//bækˌtɪriəˈlɑdʒək(ə)l/

adjective

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    bacteriológico
    • Treatment strategies included chest physiotherapy and oral or IV antibiotics adjusted to the results of bacteriological studies during acute exacerbations of lung disease.
    • Regular surveillance of the rehabilitation colonies for occurrence of cholera cases and bacteriological testing of drinking water supplies may prevent occurrence of such outbreaks.
    • The clinical and bacteriological response of HIV positive TB patients to treatment should be closely monitored.
    • The bacteriological outcome variable was the eradication of the initial pathogen.
    • Representatives of the French shellfish industry acknowledged the quality of the Irish bacteriological and biotoxin monitoring system and were reported to have concluded that they were at a high level.
    • It is known that leprosy patients are different in terms of bacteriological index, immunological status, histology and clinical features.
    • Although direct smear examination is still the most widely used bacteriological method of diagnosis, cultural methods with selective liquid media are sensitive and rapid.
    • Throat swabs of healthy school-going children between 5-10 yr of age were examined for pneumococcal carriage, by standard bacteriological techniques.
    • This type of test is more expensive than the bacteriological analysis, but it is still not very costly.
    • It was considered suitable for this application because it was readily available, easy to work with, economical, and believed to be an effective bacteriological barrier.
    • Making yourself a cheese sandwich next day, you don't notice the bacteriological accompaniment - but you have inadvertently eaten uncooked enterococci.
    • Judicious use of drugs, supervised individualised treatment, focussed clinical, radiological and bacteriological follow up, use of surgery at the appropriate juncture are key factors in the successful management of these patients.
    • The presence of both nitrate and bacteriological contamination may indicate poor well location or construction, and possible contamination from surface drainage, feedlots, sewage systems, or some other source.
    • The review report pointed out that 50% of the water samples that had bacteriological contamination didn't have any faecal coliforms.
    • Thus, for example, as people's understanding of the origins of disease changed due to advances in bacteriological science and public health, people made different choices from among the available technologies.
    • We compared clinical and bacteriological failures in 63 and 43 trials, respectively.
    • A nasopharyngeal swab was taken for bacteriological analysis and a 10 day course of antibiotics prescribed.
    • The topics assigned will be chemical, physiological, bacteriological, economy or social, according to the preference and training of the individual students.
    • She added that lab tests have ruled out a bacteriological or viral cause of the explosions, and have further shown the pond water to be normal.
    • The conclusions about the radioactive, chemical and bacteriological situation prompt corresponding countermeasures.