Selecting, Collecting, Transporting, and Processing Clinical Specimens for Anaerobic Bacteriology – Section 2 of “Anaerobic Bacteriology for Today’s Clinical Laboratory”
Self-Study 166 – Basic Level
Contact Hours (Points): 2
Revised by Robert C. Fader, PhD, D(ABMM) in 2010; Updated in 2014.
Originally written by Paul G. Engelkirk PhD, MT(ASCP) and Janet Duben-Engelkirk EdD, MT(ASCP) in 2004.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
SECTION III: SELECTING, COLLECTING, TRANSPORTING, AND PROCESSING CLINICAL SPECIMENS FOR ANAEROBIC BACTERIOLOGY
Selection of Clinical Specimens for Anaerobic Bacteriology, Acceptable Specimens, Unacceptable Specimens, Collection and Transport of Specimens for Anaerobic Bacteriology, Aspirates, Swabs, Tissue, Blood, Processing of Specimens for Anaerobic Bacteriology, Macroscopic Examination of Specimens, Microscopic Examination of Specimens, Specimen Processing Techniques, Aspirates, Tissue and Bone Fragments, Swabs, Inoculation of Appropriate, Plated and Tubed Media, Culture Media Recommendations, Media for Use in the Primary Isolation Setup, Plates to be Incubated Aerobically, Anaerobic Incubation of Inoculated Media, Anaerobic Chambers, Anaerobic Jars, Anaerobic Bags and Pouches, Evacuation-Replacement System, Common Errors Pertaining to Specimen Collection and Processing