Microbiology is the science of biology about living things (organisms) that are very small. The object of the study is all living things that need to be seen using a microscope, including bacteria, fungi, viruses, and parasites.

A patient suspected of having a disease originating from the microbial infection, needs to undergo a microbiological evaluation. Therefore, we at Virtu DigiLab have a microbiology laboratory facility that functions so that patients can then carry out preventive care, diagnosis and treatment caused by these microorganisms quickly and precisely.


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Microbiological laboratory examination is the process of identifying the type of cause of infectious disease by culturing (growing) on ​​agar planting media with specimens (pus, secretions, blood, urine, etc.) so that microorganisms that cause infection can grow on the media and then identify the microorganisms that cause infection.

There is no special preparation for microbiological examination, only in general microbiological examination is carried out by taking secretions/body fluids at the location where there is infection by wiping with a dacron tip which is then immediately transferred to the planting medium. treatment and patient care. This examination can also help doctors to carry out treatment and treatment earlier and more precisely.

The following are the types of microbiology laboratory examinations available at Virtu DigiLab here.

For microbiology laboratory examinations it takes 7 working days from sample receipt, you can see the results directly through your apps and web account.

Antimicrobial sensitivity testing is part of the examination of aerobic and anaerobic bacterial cultures, this test is to determine the effectiveness of antimicrobial sensitivity against the growth of bacteria that have been cultured/cultured on agar media derived from samples (secrets, pus, etc.) in order to obtain appropriate antimicrobial treatment. suitable in the treatment of infections caused by bacterial/fungal microorganisms.