Microbial Identification – Cultural Dependant Methods

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  • Skill Levelintermediate
  • Lectures1 Video
  • Enrolled 1,047 students enrolled
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Key concepts covered include:

By the end of this course, you will be able to understand:

  • Bacterial Identification – Culture.
  • Dependent Methods & Initial identification of the organism by microscopy and Inoculation onto appropriate culture media, Incubation time, Isolation of pure colonies.
  • Inspection of colonies and culture plates, Identification and confirmation of organism Identification of appropriate antibiotics.
  • Integration of information (Culture, Confirmation, Clinical correlation)

What you'll learn

The Session on Microbial Identification describes the ideal clinical sample to be collected for common infectious diseases and explains the concepts of the diagnostic protocol to be adopted depending on the presentation of the case. It also correlates the observations made with the results of the microscopy, culture, antibiogram, and clinical relevance before arriving at the confirmed identification of the organism.

Who Should Attend?

  • MBBS and BDS Students

Instructor

Dr. P K Rajesh

“Head of Microbiology, Faculty of Medicine Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Academic and International Affairs, AIMST University”


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Prof. Dr. P.K.Rajesh is currently the Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Academic and International Affairs of AIMST University Malaysia. He also holds the posts of Head of the Unit of Microbiology, Head of Medical Education unit, and the Deputy Dean of Academic and International affairs of Faculty of Medicine. Dr. Rajesh served as the Dean of Faculty of Medicine from 2013-2015. Dr.Rajesh has been affiliated with AIMST since the year 2005.

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Instructor

Dr. P K Rajesh

“Head of Microbiology, Faculty of Medicine Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Academic and International Affairs, AIMST University”


4/5

Prof. Dr. P.K.Rajesh is currently the Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Academic and International Affairs of AIMST University Malaysia. He also holds the posts of Head of the Unit of Microbiology, Head of Medical Education unit, and the Deputy Dean of Academic and International affairs of Faculty of Medicine. Dr. Rajesh served as the Dean of Faculty of Medicine from 2013-2015. Dr.Rajesh has been affiliated with AIMST since the year 2005.

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Last Updated 11/2021

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