Hygiene Tests for Diagnosing High Bacteria Counts: Or, a High Lpc Count Is Not Always a Cleaning Failure

This method relies on the RELATIVE COMPARISON between numbers to formulate a diagnosis. (Examples of this are presented in the appendix). The most common misapplication of the method is the formulation of a diagnosis based on only one of these numbers without considering the relative values of the others (a high LPC count does not always indicate a cleaning… CONTINUE READING