Collection, Handling, and Shipment of Diagnostic Specimens
Samuel Reed Damon
U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service, Communicable Disease Center, 1963 - Diagnostic specimens - 75 pages
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acute adhesive tape agent agglutination tests amebiasis ampules anaerobes animal inoculation antibiotic antibody antigen APPENDIX Arthropods aseptically bacteria biopsies blood films blood specimens bottle broth buffered carton chloramphenicol clinical material coli collected for isolation Communicable Disease Center Complement fixation Hemagglutination-inhibition Complement fixation Neutralization cont'd container cotton cycloheximide diagnostic specimens dry ice echinococcosis exudate fecal specimens filariasis fluorescent antibody frozen fungi handling histoplasmosis identification incubation infections laboratory examination Leptospirosis lesions medium meningitis merthiolate nasopharyngeal organisms packaging parasites pathogenic patient Perishable biological material procedures PUBLIC HEALTH pure cultures PVA fixative reference laboratory refrigerated rickettsial Rickettsial Diseases samples screw-capped sealed semisolid serologic tests serotypes serum Shigellosis shipment of specimens shipped slant slide smears Specimens for isolation Specimens for serologic specimens submitted spinal fluid sputum staining sterile stool specimen streptococci swabs technic throat tion tissue titer transport tubes tularemia urine VIAL viral and rickettsial virus whole blood wrapped