What do you mean by an antibiogram, Biology

Q. What is an antibiogram?

The Antibiogram is a laboratory test intended to guide the choice of sufficient antibiotic to treat a given bacterial infection. In an Antibiogram cultures of bacteria obtained from tissues contaminated by the infection under study are submitted to the action of different antibiotics. After a short time it is verified which of the antibiotics were successful in interrupting the bacterial growth or in killing the bacterial population.

The antibiogram is very significant to avoid exaggerated and inefficient use of antibiotics and the emergence of multiresistant bacteria.

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