blood plate

blood plate

obsolete term for platelet.
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Q When we get a negative result on a rapid strep Group A, we set up a blood plate as confirmatory.
For example, by applying "if and then" rules, the system could flag if the patient is a pregnant woman or is of child-bearing age, then look for small numbers of white Group B Strep colonies on the chromogenic plates or look for small numbers of hemolytic colonies on blood plates.
4) The software counts Colony Forming Units (CFUs) on blood plates, and segregates no-growth cultures and can categorize growth--for example 0-10 CFUs, 10-100 CFUs, and >100 CFUs--which helps overall "to reduce the cost of urine cultures by sorting plates based on colony growth.
The young girl's health condition deteriorated, when she developed a brain haemorrhage after a blood plates transfusion was not carried on her in time.
For the isolation of anaerobes, specimens were plated onto pre-reduced vitamin Kl enriched Brucella blood agar (consisting of 5% sheep blood), anaerobic blood agar plates containing kanamycin and vancomycin, and anaerobic blood plates containing colistin and nalidixic acid, and then inoculated into enriched thioglycolate broth.
Sterile 6 mm diameter filter paper discs saturated with fentanyl solution were applied to Columbia agar with 5% horse blood plates containing 107 colony forming units.