IACMAC Publications


Journal “Clinical Microbiology and Antimicrobial Chemotherapy

IACMAC journal covers clinical microbiology and infectious diseases problems. “Clinical Microbiology and Antimicrobial Chemotherapy” is a journal for therapeutists, surgeons, clinical pharmacologists, obstetrician-gynecologists, urologists, microbiologists, dermatovenerologists, ORT specialists, infectious diseases specialists, pediatricians, epidemiologists. The journal contains articles, guidelines and reviews.

The number of pages — 100-110. The journal has been issuing since 1999.

CMAC Journal

Professional Standards

Guidelines for clinicians

Nosocomial infectious diseases

Community-acquired infectious diseases

  • Respiratory infection
    1. SARS
    2. Community-acquired pneumonia in adults: practice guidelines on diagnosis, treatment and prophylaxis
    3. Practice guidelines on antimicrobial therapy of sinusitis
  • Urinary tract infections and sexually-transmitted infections
  • Infections of different localization

Guidelines for microbiologists

Guidelines on antimicrobial susceptibility testing

  • Comparison of results of antimicrobial susceptibility testing of Gram-negative aerobic bacteria by disk diffusion on Mueller-Hinton agar and AGV medium
  • Specificities of the susceptibility testing by disk-diffusion method
  • Isolation, identification and antimicrobial susceptibility testing of Haemophilus influenzae

Guidelines on determination of resistant mechanism

  • Detection of extended spectrum β-lactamases by phenotypic methods in Gram-negative bacteria

Laboratory diagnostics

  • Biological specimen collection, transport, and interpretation of microbiological results
  • New methods for identification of Listeria monocytogenes
  • Rapid phenotypic methods for the detection of diphtheria toxin amongst clinical isolates of Corynebacteria
  • Genus Leuconostoc: clinical significance, identification, susceptibility to antimicrobials
  • Role and significance of molecular methods in epidemiological analysis of nosocomial infections
  • Polymerase chain reaction in diagnostic clinical microbiology
  • Laboratory diagnosis of viral infections
  • Post-mortem microbiological analysis and interpretation of its results