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5 years ago
Hi guys I need help with this clinical application for my microbiology class!

The effectiveness of sanitation procedures in hospitals is determined by sampling surfaces for bacteria. Samples can be taken by rubbing a sterile, moistened cotton swab on a surface and inoculation a nutrient agar plate or with a Rodac environment sampling plate. Te 67-mm plates are designed so that an agar medium can be overfilled, producing a dome -shaped surface that can be pressed onto a surface for sampling microbes. As the sanitation control-officer, you test each method to determine which you will use. What can you conclude from these results?
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5 years ago
See if this document helps.

Rodac plate would be more beneficial because it can pick up more bacteria directly from the source without using a swab and less plates are needed with Rodac than with swab plates.

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thanks for the help.
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