Two simplified quantitative urine culture techniques, suitable for use in the physician's office, were shown to be reliable and practical. The miniature culture method (Testuria) and flood-plate technique gave comparable quantitative results, and the latter also yielded prompt information of organism specificity which was helpful in judging the significance of the culture findings.
Heinze, E. G. Jr.; Hodari, A.; Connolly, T.; Jones, D.; Cox, F.; and Quinn, E. L.
"Simple Methods for Detection of Bacteriuria In the Physician's Office,"
Henry Ford Hospital Medical Journal
: Vol. 16
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