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  1. persist, then recollection of a mid-stream urine using proper cleansing protocols is recommended as it may yield results that are of greater diagnostic value. Diagnostics for Life For questions, contact the BBPL microbiology lab at or Client Services at 08/
  2. SPA involves using a needle and syringe setup to collect urine directly from the bladder through an aseptic area of the skin, providing the most microbiologically accurate sample for urine culture. In neonates, use of ultrasound guidance simplifies SPA and improves the diagnostic yield of obtaining a urine specimen from 60% to almost 97% (
  3. Upon return of the hour urine specimens, a fresh random urine specimen should be obtained from the patient for pH determination. Measure the pH urine using a dipstick, and record the value on the aliquot labels as well as on the test request form under “Clinical Information” (below the two urine .
  4. specimen drug test result or the report from the test facility (IITF or laboratory). • An individual who has a personal relationship with the employee (e.g., spouse, ex - spouse, relative, close personal friend) must not serve as the collector. To qualify as a urine specimen collector for .
  5. possible contamination of the specimen. 6. Ask resident to void into the urine hat placed on the toilet, or to urinate in the bedpan. Ask the resident not to put toilet paper with the sample. 6. A clean collection device is necessary for accurate lab evaluation. Toilet paper will contaminate the urine and produce an inaccurate result. 7.
  6. Urine has a long, rich history as a source for measuring health and well-being and remains an important tool for clinical diagnosis. The clinical information obtained from a urine specimen is influenced by the collection method, timing and handling. A vast assortment of collection and transport containers for urine specimens are available.
  7. Urine Specimen Collection from Incontinent Female Nursing Home Residents. OBJECTIVE: To determine if a clean catch technique can accurately diagnose bacteriuria among incontinent female nursing home residents.. DESIGN: Cultures and dipstick screening test results from paired urine specimens, one collected by a clean catch technique and the other collected by sterile in‐and‐out.
  8. Dec 16,  · It is known that blood, and PCN urine culture results were more similar when compared with urethral urine culture results. In our study, there were no differences between PCN urine and blood culture results. In our patients with positive urine cultures, E. coli was the most common organism, which accounted for % of the positive cultures.

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