It is a specialty that diagnoses and treats diseases caused by microorganisms such as bacteria, viruses, parasites, or fungi.
Clinical microbiologists perform a wide variety of
clinical laboratory tests to help detect disease.
Our patients are followed up and treated in terms of infections.
The duties of infectious diseases and clinical microbiology
Clinical microbiologists study microorganisms that cause
infections and diseases. They observe and analyze microbial cultures and
samples using special computer software and a range of identification methods
and clinical trials. Their duties include:
determination of fungal, parasitic, viral, and bacterial infections
testing the strength and virulence of microbes
using a variety of biochemical and molecular methods to
identify organisms that cause infection
collaborating and communicating with healthcare
professionals and industrial or clinical colleagues
saving, analyzing, and interpreting data
writing research papers, reports, and reviews
conducting studies aimed at helping prevent the spread of infections in hospitals
researching specific diseases
supervising biomedical scientists