Why is important to understand Minimum Inhibitory Concentration (MIC)
MIC is the lowest concentration of an anti-microbial, that will inhibit visible growth of a microorganism after overnight incubation. MIC is the GOLD STANDARD research tool to determine in vitro activity of anti-microbials. (Ref;Andrews, 2001). A lower MIC is indicative of a better antimicrobial agent.
How I would use this: doctor, are you familiar with MIC which is the gold standard in research to determine in vitro anti microbial activity? You're not? Ah hahaha. Well doctor MIC, is the gold standard in research to determine in vitro anti microbial activity. (Remember have fun don't be so salesey!)
So doctor Loxasperse has been proven through three laboratory MIC tests to have a strong antimicrobial activity. These test were performed with the active being itraconazole.
This is important because Loxasperse is immediate use. NOT sterile