The dried disc technique with bacitracin, carbomycin, erythromycin, polymyxin B, and tetracycline.


The bacteriological control of antibiotic therapy is becoming increasingly important in view of the steady production in the U.S.A. of potent new antibiotics, some of which have a limited range of activity. It is therefore necessary to have a rapid and reliable method of carrying out the sensitivity tests in order to make this a practical routine procedure… (More)