Clinical Microbiology

 

LIM RambaQUICK™ StrepB Method

Photos LIM RambaQUICK™ StrepB Method
For Rapid detection of Streptococcus agalactiae from swabs

A 2 steps Method:
1. Put the swab into LIM RambaQUICKTM StrepB Broth.
2. Inoculate CHROMagar StrepB with 10ul of LIM RambaQUICKTM StrepB Broth.

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CHROMagar™ Pseudomonas (PS830, PS832)

Photos CHROMagar™ Pseudomonas (PS830, PS832)

For isolation and detection of Pseudomonas sp.

Typical Appearance of microrganisms

Pseudomonas spp, including P.aeruginosa
→ blue-green
Most of Enterobacteriaceae
→ Mauve to violet or inhibited
Gram + bacteria
→ inhibited

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CHROMagar™ mSuperCARBA™

Photos CHROMagar™ mSuperCARBA™
For Detection of gram-negative bacteria
with a reduced susceptibility
to most of the carbapenem agents.


Typical Appearance of microorganisms

CPE E.coli → dark pink to reddish
CPE Coliforms → metallic blue
CPE Pseudomonas → translucent, +/- natural pigmentation cream to green
CPE Acinetobacter → Cream
Other Gram negative CPE → colourless, natural pigmentation
Non-CPE E.coli/ Coliforms → inhibited
Other Gram negative non-CPE → inhibited

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CHROMagar™ Campylobacter

Photos CHROMagar™ Campylobacter
For Detection of thermotolerant Campylobacter

Typical Appearance of microorganisms

Campylobacter jejuni, coli, lari → red
Other Bacteria → blue or inhibited

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CHROMagar™ COL-APSE

Photos CHROMagar™ COL-APSE
For isolation and differentiation
of Colistin resistant Gram-negative pathogens 

Typical Appearance of microrganisms

COL-R E.coli → dark pink to reddish
COL-R Coliforms → metallic blue
COL-R Pseudomonas → translucent, +/- natural pigmentation cream to green
COL-R Acinetobacter → Cream
Other Gram negative COL-R → colourless, natural pigmentation
Other Gram negative COL-S → inhibited
Other gram positive bacteria→ inhibited

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CHROMagar™ Orientation

Photos CHROMagar™ Orientation
For isolation and differentiation
of urinary tract pathogens
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Typical Appearance of microrganisms

E.coli → dark pink to reddish
Enterococcus → turquoise blue
Klebsiella, Enterobacter, Citrobacter → metallic blue
Proteus → brown halo
Pseudomonas → cream, translucent
S.aureus → golden, opaque, small
S.saprophyticus → pink, opaque, small

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