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Lab Procedures   Lab Procedures


We offer here a series of laboratory procedures drawn from our own laboratories. These procedures are the actual ones in daily use in our laboratories.

The procedures describe one way to achieve the stated goals and are offered on an "as is" basis. Valid variations on these procedures (or indeed, entirely different approaches) are possible. If you choose to use these procedures as the basis for work in your laboratory, you should carefully review them for applicability to your setting. The kits and reagents we use may not be equally available in all parts of the world. In addition, the frequency of specific fungi in other parts of the world may require changes in the procedures.

It is also important to remember that the procedures must be performed by properly trained personnel. Many of the procedures involve use of materials or equipment that could be hazardous if not correctly handled.

 
Medical Mycology Procedure Manual

The procedure manual is made available in Portable Document Format (PDF) .
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   - Laboratory Regulations and Safety Rules   

   - Coordination of Specimens, Results and Reporting   

   - Laboratory Information System DownTime   

   - Mycology Rotation Guidelines for Students   

   - Examination of Specimens   

   - Collection and Transport of Specimens   

   - Culture Media   

   - Processing and Culturing of Specimens   

   - Isolator Blood Cultures   

   - Culture Collection   

   - Ocular Micrometer   

   - Yeast Identification   

   - Mould and Aerobic Actinomycetes Identification   

   - In Vitro Antifungal Susceptibility Testing   

   - Quality Control   




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