Clinical Microbiology

Clinical microbiology is concerned with isolating and characterising infectious organisms in order to control and treat them in patients. Bacteria, fungi, viruses, and parasites can all cause infections. To help with illness diagnosis, clinical microbiologists carry out a wide variety of clinical laboratory tests on samples obtained from people, animals, and plants. Medical scientists may include clinical and medical microbiologists whose work directly pertains to studying human health.

To help with illness diagnosis, clinical microbiologists carry out a wide variety of clinical laboratory tests on samples obtained from people, animals, and plants. Medical scientists may include clinical and medical microbiologists whose work directly pertains to studying human health. The invasion and growth of microorganisms that are not ordinarily present in the body, such as bacteria, viruses, and parasites. An infection may be subclinical and exhibit no symptoms, or it may be clinically evident and exhibit symptoms.A pathogen must effectively complete all four of the pathogenesis processes or stages in order to produce disease: exposure (contact), adhesion (colonisation), invasion, and infection.

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