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Med Lab Sci. 1989 Jul;46(3):194-206.

Screening urines for bacteriuria.


The examination of urine for the presence or absence of significant numbers of bacteria is a major component of the workload of clinical microbiology laboratories. Many attempts have been made at designing systems to screen urine samples rapidly and automatically; however, none has achieved general acceptance. A system is required which will provide acceptable performance criteria, be compatible with subsequent laboratory procedures, and be cost effective.

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