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Is It Okay Not to Test for Escherichia Coli in Hospital Wastewater?
Date:2024-06-20 Browse: 14

Escherichia coli is a conditionally pathogenic bacterium that can cause gastrointestinal infections and various local tissue and organ infections in humans and various animals under certain conditions. See this! Will someone still say that E. coli in hospital wastewater does not need to be monitored?

Hospital sewage actually refers to the sewage discharged by hospitals into the natural environment and urban pipelines. Its water quality varies depending on the nature, scale, and location of the hospital. We know that bacteria are very common in hospital wastewater, and the main pollutants it contains are pathogens (parasitic eggs, pathogens, Escherichia coli, etc.). It is precisely because of this that Escherichia coli in hospital wastewater is one of the items that must be tested.

 

Speaking of Hich, How Should We Monitor Escherichia Coli in Hospital Wastewater?

 

Modi-Tech has produced an instrument called “Escherichia coli Online Analyzer“, which adopts the international standard method. The principle is that the light signal changes proportionally after the enzyme and bacterial culture reaction, and then reflects the total amount of bacteria or the total number of Escherichia coli groups in the sample. So the Escherichia coli testing technology used in this instrument provides an effective detection method for water supply pollution based on the Escherichia coli detection system of biosensing technology. The number of Escherichia coli in water samples can be compared by the degree of weakening of solution light intensity and non-toxic control blank experiments, and then expressed.

The principle of detecting different parameters varies, and there may also be differences in product parameters. If you want to learn more about users of online water quality detectors, please follow Hangzhou Modi -Tech!