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Basic Laboratory Procedures in Clinical Bacteriology

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Communicable diseases are the most common cause of death in developing countries, and their diagnosis and treatment represent a significant challenge to the health services in those areas. The World Health Organization has long
been actively involved in developing and promoting standard techniques for laboratory investigations of such diseases, a first attempt to standardize susceptibility testing of bacterial pathogens being made in 1960. Following on from this, in 1976, the WHO Expert Committee on Biological Standardization drew up requirements for antibiotic susceptibility testing using the disc method.
At the same time, efforts were being made to introduce quality control into laboratory performance. In 1981, WHO established an International External Quality Assessment Scheme for Microbiology. The laboratories that are involved in this scheme are able to play a leading role in the implementation of national quality assessment schemes at all levels of the health care system.


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