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TECHNIQUE ORIENTED EXAMINATION OF SPECIMEN IN MICROBIOLOGY LABORATORY

Microbiological laboratory testing plays a key role in the management of infection. Accurate and rapid identification of significant microorganisms is vital for guiding optimal antimicrobial therapy and improving outcome from infections and infectious disease.  Laboratory diagnosis is also essential for effective infection prevention and control in both the hospital and community settings, as well as“TECHNIQUE ORIENTED EXAMINATION OF SPECIMEN IN MICROBIOLOGY LABORATORY”

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BLOOD COLLECTION BY CAPILLARY PUNCTURE

A Blood test is prescribed in most of the blood-related disorders, metabolic disorders and in various infections as well as for the Regular health Check-ups. Whenever a small amount of blood is required for the tests, instead of venipuncture, a capillary puncture is done to collect the sample. In Children and Adults, finger puncture is“BLOOD COLLECTION BY CAPILLARY PUNCTURE”

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CULTIVATION OF VIRUSES – HOW DO VIRUSES GROW IN LABORATORY?

CULTIVATION OF VIRUSES ⇒ Viruses are the obligate intracellular parasites i.e. they strictly require a living host or living cells for the growth and multiplication so they cannot be grown on an inanimate culture medium. ⇒ Three methods are employed for the cultivation of viruses:- Animal inoculation Embryonated egg inoculation Tissue culture ANIMAL INOCULATION This“CULTIVATION OF VIRUSES – HOW DO VIRUSES GROW IN LABORATORY?”

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