adults use: laboratory diagnosis; reagent: yes; pharmaceutical form: liquid; 30 ml tube,mycobacterial blood culture medium prepared bottle for use: diagnostic laboratory; reagent: yes; area: microbiology; 40 ml,blood culture pediatric use: diagnostic laboratory; area: microbiology; concentration: 1 milliliter (ml); reactive: yes;
6] CFU/mL Escherichia coli, sensitive to TAZ/PIPC, grew in the urine culture, but hemoculture
For acute infection, a blood smear, hemoculture
, and polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests are useful.
Samples were kept in a hemoculture
medium and incubated at 37[degrees]C for 18 to 24 hours; aliquots were placed in blood agar and incubated at 37[degrees]C for 18 to 24 hours under aerophilic and microaerophilic conditions.
cruzi titer of 1:1024 and 2 of 3 raccoons trapped in the vicinity had positive hemoculture
Microorganism Source material Opportunistic mycosis Candida albicans I hemoculture
Candida albicans II urine culture MC Candida albicans III hemoculture
37203 Candida albicans IV hemoculture
37204 Candida albicans V hemoculture
15564 Candida albicans VI hemoculture
16655 Candida albicans VII hemoculture
1999 Candida glabrata I penis swab (candidemia by C.
Parasitemia in 14 patients was confirmed indirectly by hemoculture
dagger]) Specimens were analyzed as follows: serum by serologic testing, EDTA blood by PCR, hemoculture
Early diagnosis of congenital Trypanosoma cruzi infection using PCR, hemoculture
, and capillary concentration, as compared with delayed serology.
The patient had positive test results from 2 serologic tests and hemoculture
Samples from 12 of the 13 case-patients were available: we collected serum and clot samples from almost all patients; from patient C4-a, clot samples could not be obtained; from patient C2-d1, a hemoculture
was available after death.
Bacteremia was characterized by a positive hemoculture
, without any source of infection.