fecal concentration

fecal concentration

preparation using centrifugation and either flotation or sedimentation methods to separate parasitic elements from fecal debris.

fe·cal con·cen·tra·tion

(fē'kăl kon'sĕn-trā'shŭn)
Preparation using centrifugation and either flotation or sedimentation methods to separate parasitic elements from fecal debris.
Synonym(s): faecal concentration.
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The second poster presented today demonstrates that DIFICID is minimally absorbed with plasma levels in the low ng/mL range while maintaining high fecal concentration that are well in excess of the MIC90 versus C.
Where F32 is the mean fecal concentration of even chain n-alkane after CRC dosed, [B.
32] are the herbage and fecal concentrations of the odd-chain ([C.
Our new solvent free fecal concentration device, Parasep SF will be introduced into these territories in the first half of 2007," said Gregory Witchel, Chief Executive Officer.
At the end of each experiment, fresh feces were collected from three randomly selected pigs in each pen to determine the fecal concentration of carbon dioxide and ammonia.
If we eat uranium-rich algae (spirulina #3 and #4), as shown in Table 3, we can expect fecal concentrations representing the uranium intake.
4) Although sex steroid hormone concentrations in excreta have been evaluated, (5-7) no studies have compared fecal concentrations with blood levels or gonadal status.
The highest fecal concentrations of virus were detected in 11 (69%) participants after their clinical signs had resolved.
005 mcg/mL) across the dose range, while fecal concentrations were high, averaging over 10,000 times the MIC90 for C.