MTCC 412 Bacteriology II

Lectures present the medically relevant non-fermenting and fastidious Gram negative organisms and anaerobic species, antimicrobials and susceptibility testing, viral culture and identification, specimen collection and handling, and infection control. Laboratory work emphasizes the strategies for isolation and identification of clinically significant Gram negative bacteria, anaerobes, and viruses and application of quality assurance, quality control, and proper specimen processing and storage. Upon completion of the lectures, exams, and laboratory exercises, the student will apply the knowledge and skills necessary for specimen handling, storage and transport, quality assurance and control, and the isolation, identification, and follow-up work of clinically significant organisms and other related organisms.




Enrolled as a medical laboratory science major, senior status, meet all degree requirements other than those courses that are a portion of the professional-year program