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Synonyms for bacteriological

of or relating to bacteriology

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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.
It is thought the process would be effective against anthrax and other bacteriological agents.
Thus, increased PCT represents a biological marker of materno-fetal infection, the negativity of bacteriological samples being a reflection of the efficacy of the early antibiotic prophylaxis.
Although levofloxacin is superior to Avelox in the areas of safety and delivery -- offering a lower incidence of dermatological reactions and a five-day course of treatment -- Avelox outperforms levofloxacin on efficacy measures such as bacteriological eradication and activity against penicillin-resistant Streptococcus pneumoniae and Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus.
In a report to the Community Safety and Regulation policy panel last night officers say: "The Public Protection Department currently monitors 33 leisure pools for bacteriological and chemical safety.
Biggs pointed out that New York already relied on bacteriological diagnosis for cholera.
The bacteriological standard from Public Swimming Pool, Spa, and Special Use Pool Rules is, "Not more than two hundred bacteria per [TABULAR DATA FOR TABLE 1 OMITTED] milliliter as determined by the standard (thirty-five degrees Celsius) agar plate count.
A possible ACA amendment to the upcoming SDWA reauthorization bill was discussed, which would extend the current 60-day operating exemption to 90 days, provided bacteriological testing is conducted.
The water test meets the chemical and bacteriological requirements specified by the Oct 10th, 2004 Guidelines for Canadian Drinking Water Quality (sixth edition).
Contract award: supply of reagents for bacteriological laboratory.
PCS have introduced a solution for the fight against bacteriological contamination from washroom towel waste.
Convention on the Prohibition of the Development, Production and Stockpiling of Bacteriological (Biological) and Toxin Weapons and on Their Destruction, opened for signature at Washington, London, and Moscow April 10, 1972; entered into force March 26, 1975.
This is the first time since 1978 that the county has routinely monitored the bacteriological quality of the ocean,'' said Robert Gallagher, the division's resources manager.
A council spokesman confirmed "a routine inspection of the pool identified a bacteriological problem.
Many doctors saw science as the avenue to that credibility and delved into laboratory science and bacteriological research partially to increase their status.