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In summary, although requiring substantially more labor and resources, the additional ultracentrifugation step before lipoprotein electrophoresis enables definitive identification of chyle in body fluid samples.
Objective: Injuries involving exposure to blood and body fluids are among the risks that healthcare staff frequently encounter.
Performance evaluation of the body fluid mode on the platform Sysmex XE-5000 series automated hematology analyser.
In this study hardness was assessed in modified simulated body fluid (mSBF) at specific time intervals in order to have similar conditions of clinical use.
Diagnostic features of malignancy were not seen in any of the hematology body fluid slides for these 10 cases.
Discuss the necessity of performing the cell counts and slide preparation on body fluids as soon as possible after collection.
These disease causing elements can be transmitted by external environmental moistures and internal body fluids, since it is the open atmosphere moisture and body fluids that transport the infecting agent.
According to author and registered dietitian Laura Pawlak, a loss of as little as 2 percent of body fluid can imbalance a dancer's brain chemistry to the point of creating mental confusion and loss of coordination and balance.
Officers should treat every injured person as if they have a blood-borne disease and guard against unprotected contact with a person's body fluid, which can contain blood.
The blunt fact is that the entire field of psychiatry continues to depend almost wholly on subjective patient report--the principal exceptions being the use of blood and body fluid chemistry to measure substance levels.
6,162,608 for the detection of cancer in body fluid samples, including blood, urine, spinal fluid and sputum, using the company's proprietary fluid-based nuclear matrix protein technology.