hemoculture

hemoculture

(hē′mŏ-kŭl″chŭr) [ hem- + culture]
The isolation of bacterial or parasitic infectious agents from blood incubated in the laboratory on special nutrients, such as glucose or nitrates.
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The pleural fluid culture and hemoculture of the patient yielded penicillin-susceptible pneumococci and the isolate was identified as serotype 9V.
Peripheral smear, C-reactive protein and hemoculture results were examined in terms of sepsis.
Hemoculture and polymerase chain reaction using primers TCZ1/TCZ2 for the diagnosis of canine and feline trypanosomiasis.
Similar signs and symptoms caused by these agents result in the failure of radiological findings to differentiate the agents and difficulties in the routine practice of invasive interventions, such as hemoculture, bronchoalveolar lavage (BAL), and lung needle biopsy.
Vrsta bakterijskih izolata u odnosu na vrstu uzetog materijala (N = 32) Escherichia Staphylococcus Pseudomonas coli species aeruginosa Urine culture 19 0 1 /Urinokultura Hemoculture 4 5 0 /Vemokultura Skin swab 0 2 0 /Bris koze Total/Ukupno 23 7 1 Enterococcus Total fecalis Ukupno Urine culture 1 21 /Urinokultura Hemoculture 0 9 /Vemokultura Skin swab 0 2 /Bris koze Total/Ukupno 1 32 Graph 1.
4) reported on a 25-year-old boy with a diagnosis of testicular choriocarcinoma; while he was receiving chemotherapy he developed pancytopenia and fever, and the hemoculture revealed B.
6] CFU/mL Escherichia coli, sensitive to TAZ/PIPC, grew in the urine culture, but hemoculture was negative.
The hemoculture was negative, and the erythrocyte sedimentation rate (ESR) was 40 mm/h.
Although, he had received antibiotic treatment before admission to our hospital, six sets of blood cultures (including two bottles in each set) were placed into the Bactec[R] hemoculture device during admission and treatment; however, no reproduction occurred.
For acute infection, a blood smear, hemoculture, and polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests are useful.
Besides, preliminary therapy with use of antibiotics could sharply decrease the amount of isolated microorganisms in the blood culture and, at the same time, it could decrease the probability of its identification in the hemoculture.
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.