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Evidence shows that the visual characteristics of tube aspirates could not be used solely to determine the feeding tube location as the colour, clarity, and consistency could be changed as a result of enteral feeding, bleeding or obstruction in the GI tract.
Variables included in the study were (a) length of tubing extending from the insertion site, (b) volume of aspirate from the feeding tube, (c) appearance of the aspirate, and (d) pH of the aspirate.
Although research has consistently shown that using pH of aspirate to predict feeding tube location is more accurate than other nonradiographic methods, in selected instances, it is less reliable.
The nerve aspirate was negative for AFB in two BB cases.
Contract awarded for 362-2016 list needle bone biopsy / bone marrow aspirate igss code 9828
The Company's management feels the Bio-MAC will significantly enhance physicians' use of autologous Bone Marrow Aspirate Concentrate (BMAC) in surgical procedures for the treatment of orthopedic conditions.
Aspirate and fully expel an amount of the liquid at least three times before aspirating for delivery.
Its 192-nozzle dispense and aspirate heads offer high-throughput, case-of-use and flexibility.
To improve case detection and decrease diagnostic delay of drug-resistant TB among patients with suspected extrapulmonary TB, we initiated a program to aspirate lymph nodes and pleural fluid for culture and DST.
4,5,9,17,18) This finding can be explained by the more vertical position of the right bronchus and the fact that patients generally aspirate foreign bodies while they are in an upright position.
In nasopharyngeal aspirate and bronchoalveolar lavage samples that were taken at the same time from nine hMPV-infected infants on mechanical ventilation, reverse-transcriptase polymerase chain re action (RT-PCR) detected hMPV in only one nasopharyngeal aspirate and in all nine bronchoalveolar lavages.
The cytologic material available in all 78 cases included aspirate smears stained by the rapid Diff-Quik (Dade Behring Incorporated, Newark, Del) and conventional Papanicolaou techniques.