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The following observations were made five times daily (8 am, noon, 4 pm, 8 pro, and midnight) during each patient's enrollment in the study: (a) length of tubing extending from the insertion site, (b) volume of aspirate withdrawn from the feeding tube, (c) appearance of the aspirate, and (d) pH of the aspirate.
The nerve aspirate was negative for AFB in two BB cases.
21 August 2013 - US diagnostic test developer Atossa Genetics Inc (NASDAQ:ATOS) reported yesterday positive results from a Phase I study of its Class II medical biopsy device, Mammary Aspirate Specimen Cytology Test (MASCT) System, for collection of specimens for exfoliative cytopathology of the breast ducts.
Nasal and bronchial aspirates from experimentally infected individuals have tested positive for RNA from rhinoviruses at similar rates.
Histologically, lymph node aspirates are characterized by the presence of small, pleomorphic, gram-negative, argyrophilic bacilli on Warthin-Starry staining.
All had nasal aspirate and acute and convalescent serum specimens collected.
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.
As a result, defining exactly what the ROM of a benign aspirate actually is (9-11) turns out to be crucial.
Stem cell biologics company EmCyte reported on Tuesday the receipt of US FDA 510(k) clearance for its PureBMC Supraphysiologic Concentrating System for the safe and rapid preparation of platelet concentrate and cell concentrate from a small sample of bone marrow aspirate setting a new safe standard in BMC biologics.
Summary: This report on the bone marrow aspirate concentrates market analyzes the current and future scenario of the global market.
[UKPRwire, Wed Jun 12 2019] This report on the bone marrow aspirate concentrates market analyzes the current and future scenario of the global market.
On the basis of appearance of aspirate, blood mixed aspirate were noted more commonly in 108 (60%) cases followed by purulent/ pus material in 45 (25%) cases and caseous or cheesy material in 27 (15%) cases.