body fluid


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Validation of the body fluid module on the new Sysmex XN-1000 for counting blood cells in cerebrospinal fluid and other body fluids.
Zika virus RNA has been detected in a number of body fluids, including blood, urine, saliva, and amniotic fluid (3-5), and whereas transmission associated with occupational exposure to these body fluids is theoretically possible, it has not been documented.
A perceived benefit of body fluid morphologic examination in the hematology laboratory is earlier reporting of negative results.
19 August 2013 - A decrease in the content of mitochondrial polymer (mtDNA) in cerebral body fluid (CSF) may be used as a biomarker for detection of Alzheimer's disease at least 10 years before any occurrence of symptoms, according to a research by the Spanish National analysis Council (CSIC) Institute.
To interpret the rule otherwise is to imply that the healthcare worker needs to be protected from pathogens found in liquids, such as blood, ascites and saline irrigation, but need not be protected from pathogens found in body fluid from the same individual in the form of vapor instead of liquid.
We performed quantitative real-time PCR (qPCR) according to manufacturer's instructions (Qiagen) to profile the miRNA distribution in body fluid samples.
Many conditions are diagnosed based on findings in a body fluid.
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.
The use of "ionized" water will have little impact on body fluid distribution for reasons detailed above.
When body fluid, or even water, enters the battery, the liquid soaks the crystal-infused paper, instigating a chemical reaction that generates free copper, magnesium chloride, and electricity.
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.
In this case, that something is the sentinel effect from not requiring an exam and/or body fluid collection by a health professional.
Other potentially infectious materials: The following human body fluids: semen, vaginal secretions, cerebrospinal fluid, synovial fluid, pleural fluid, pericardial fluid, any body fluid that is visibly contaminated with blood, and all.