haemoculture

haemoculture

Culture of blood for the isolation of organisms.
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Contract notice: Purchase of microbiological diagnostics consumables (media, Reagents, Diagnostic kits, Work solutions, Haemoculture bottles) and use of equipment related to their use
1 pc - mass spectrometer a system ensuring rapid identification of microorganisms from a bacterial culture, But also directly from a primary clinical specimen such as positive haemoculture, A positive urine sample, Etc .; The total "sample to result" time for positive haemocultures should not exceed 1 hour accessories.
Catheter-related sepsis was defined as a positive catheter culture's association (independently of its concentration and systemic signs of infection) with fever which falls during the first 48 hours after the catheter is withdrawn, without any other apparent cause (5) "Bacteremic" catheter-related sepsis was defined as isolating the same microorganism (the same specie and the same antibiogram) from both catheter and haemoculture.
Haemocultures were systematically taken from the inside of the catheter being withdrawn and peripheral blood from patients having local or systemic signs of infection; these were processed by the clinical laboratory according to standarised methods.
Isolated Microorganism###Number of patients with positive haemoculture
Haemocultures results of septic population showed that 15 patients were positive and of which 11 (73.0%) mainly comprised of the acinetobacter species.
Table-III: Isolated microorganisms from haemocultures of septic patients.
Haemoculture tubes (Becton-Dickinson, USA) sent to the microbiology laboratory were placed into the BACTEC FX (Becton-Dickinson, USA) device and programmed for an incubation period of five days.
in the haemoculture or a positive Brucella agglutination test at a titer [greater than or equal to] 1/160.
Quantitative comparison between xenodiagnosis and haemoculture in the detection of Trypanosoma (Schizotrypanum) cruzi in experimental and natural chronic infections.
at present the following blood collection system is used in the hospital for the collection of haemocultures; the combination of wing needles vacuette safety blood collection / infusion set 21.