Minimum Inhibitory Concentration (MIC) by Microtiter Broth Dilution Method
Determination of resistance of rapidly growing mycobacteria to antimicrobial agents.
Results are reported as the minimum inhibitory concentration in micrograms/mL.
* Reference ranges may change over time. Please refer to the original patient report when evaluating results.
12 - 28 days
- Antimicrobial Susceptibility, Acid-Fast Bacilli, Rapidly Growing
- Susceptibility Testing, Rapid-Growing Mycobacteria
- Mycobacteria, Antibiotic Susceptibility
- Susceptibility Testing, Mycobacterium fortuitum
- Susceptibility Testing, Mycobacterium peregrinum
- Susceptibility Testing, Mycobacterium chelonae
- Susceptibility Testing, Mycobacterium abscessus
- Susceptibility Testing, Mycobacterium mucogenicum
- Susceptibility Testing, AFB
Test performed on isolated organism in pure culture. Send mycobacterium on Middlebrook 7-H10 agar slant; agar plates are not acceptable. Place sealed agar slant inside clear, liquid tight SAF-T-PAK bag and seal tape liner. Place sealed bag and requisition inside white biohazard SAF-T-PAK envelope and seal. Transport at room temperature. Include antimicrobial(s), culture site, and suspected organism identification on requisition.
Test sent to Mayo Medical Laboratories.