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What is E. coli monitored in hospital sewage?

by:BOQU     2023-04-10
Hospital wastewater refers to the wastewater discharged from major hospitals to the natural environment or urban pipelines. As for the water quality of different types of hospital wastewater, there are also differences. Among them, Escherichia coli is an essential item, so what needs to be monitored in hospital wastewater is fecal Escherichia coli or Escherichia coli? Fecal Escherichia coli is a heat-resistant Escherichia coli group that produces indole within 24 hours in tryptone broth at 44.5 degrees Celsius. Because the detection method is much simpler than E. coli, it has been paid attention to. The coliform group in the feces is separated from the coliform group in the feces, and the coliform bacteria that can still grow at 44.5 degrees Celsius are called faecal coliform bacteria. It is a relatively direct indicator of water pollution by human and animal feces. Escherichia coli is a door, the cell is rod-shaped, about 1 micron in diameter, about 2 microns in length, blunt at both ends, with flagella all over the body, which can move. To sum up, it is not difficult to understand that fecal coliform bacteria are monitored in hospital wastewater, because fecal coliform bacteria is a water body polluted by human feces, so it has naturally become a direct item for monitoring wastewater. Of course, this is not a single one. The indicators for monitoring drinking water also include the monitoring of E. coli. The WECT-900 water quality E. coli online analyzer adopts a standard method, the principle that the enzyme is proportional to the change of the light signal after the culture reaction, reflecting the total amount or the amount of coliform bacteria in the sample. Escherichia coli testing technology is an Escherichia coli detection system based on biosensing technology, which provides an effective detection method for water supply pollution. The number of E. coli in the water sample can be expressed by comparing the degree of weakening of the light intensity of the solution with that of the control experiment.
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