penetrans was isolated from tracheal aspirate
in pure culture (isolate HF-2).
throat, nasopharyngeal, nasal aspirates
, swabs, or washes) also vary by test.
But her father Yaser, from Essington in Staordshire, posted on Facebook under 'Team Margot' that she had undergone bone marrow aspirate
test last week which revealed that she had "a low residual level of the ALL (Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia) clone still present.
We have noted in our practice that in some cases clinicians will aspirate
nodules that are smaller than 1 cm, and some of these cases are given indeterminate diagnoses.
The prospective study obtained repeat induced sputum and nasopharyngeal aspirate
specimens from children aged <15 years with suspected pulmonary tuberculosis (PTB) at a clinic in Khayelitsha, Cape Town.
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.
The physician's decision to obtain a bronchial aspirate
for culture was based on standard practice criteria in our ICU.
Visual inspection of aspirate
and auscultation are unreliable indicators of correct placement and should not be relied upon.
Multiple bedside screening tools and methods (Westergren, 2006) are available to assist in identification of patients who aspirate
Food products, such as peanuts and other nuts, raisins, and beans are the most common objects aspirated by children, but they also aspirate
small components of toys, coins, and other objects.
The company's BMAC (Bone Marrow Aspirate
Concentrate) System is a point-of-care device for concentrating a patient's own bone marrow stem cells.
Mark Pasternack, an infectious disease specialist at Massachusetts General Hospital who also served on the Mercy, says, "You do not have to directly aspirate
Burkbolderia to produce pneumonia.
In fact, most healthy adults aspirate
small amounts of their own saliva during deep sleep, setting up the potential for pneumonia to develop.
A clinician performing FNAB in a breast clinic will certainly see almost exclusively primary or recurrent breast carcinoma in aspirates
of lymph nodes, while an oncologist in haemato-oncology practice will aspirate
and fully expel an amount of the liquid at least three times before aspirating for delivery.