Interpretive criteria and quality control parameters for determining bacterial susceptibility to fosfomycin tromethamine

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Studies with fosfomycin tromethamine disks containing 200 µg of fosfomycin and 50 µg of glucose-6-phosphate confirmed the following zone diameter criteria for the NCCLS method: ≤12 mm for resistant (MIC≥256 µg/ml), 13–15 mm for intermediate (MIC 128 µg/ml) and ≥16 mm for susceptible (MIC≤64 µg/ml). Additional studies defined acceptable MIC and zone diameter… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF01964433

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@article{Barry1993InterpretiveCA, title={Interpretive criteria and quality control parameters for determining bacterial susceptibility to fosfomycin tromethamine}, author={A. Barry and Monika Pfaller and Petra Fuchs and Fred C. Tenover and L. Barth Reller and S. D. Allen and Deborah Hardy and Eckehart Gerlach}, journal={European Journal of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases}, year={1993}, volume={12}, pages={352-356} }