coproculture

coproculture

culture of the feces for the purpose of hatching parasite eggs and obtaining larvae for morphological identification.
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Coprological examination: Faeces (five grams) were collected from experimental goats as per standard procedures of quantitative and qualitative examination and coproculture to determine the worm load, worm egg count and worm identification (Zajac and Conboy, 2011).
The qualitative examination of faecal samples after Coproculture revealed four gastrointestinal nematode genera, Haemonchus contortus, Trichostrongylus, Nematodirus and Ostertagia.
difficile-targeted after coproculture results) and intravenous fluid resuscitation were administered, joined with digestive repose, placement of a nasogastric tube and proper nursing (rectal irrigation) for colon evacuation.
There exists morphological similarities among the eggsof trichostrongylids, species differentiation is only possible through identification of L3 larvae isolated from coproculture through Baermann technique.
Results of urinalysis and coproculture were negative for parasites.
Table II: Prevalence of Various Species of Strongylids Identified on Coproculture.
Comparative efficacy of the nematode-trapping fungus Duddingtonia flagrans against Haemonchus contortus, Teladorsagia circumcincta and Trichostrongylus colubriformis in goat faeces: influence of the duration and the temperature of coproculture.
aureus was isolated in the urine of a patient, and Escherichia coli from a patient's coproculture.
Therefore, 500 faecal samples of cattle, were examined by direct, indirect (sedimentation and floatation techniques) and coproculture techniques.
In coproculture, this microorganism is probably not diagnosed: it was initially identified as normal aerobic flora because it was oxidase negative.
Coproculture was performed to obtain larval stages for genus/species identification of nematodes [14].
The patient reported abdominal pain starting on 6 June and then severe diarrhea (10 to 12 stools per day) until 13 June; on that day the patient went to his general practitioner, who gave him loperamide and suggested a coproculture.