|Sal Test Code||Name||Alternate Names||Search|
|9121||( B ) Right Lateral Mid Site (Rlm)- Diagnosis||https://shermanabrams.com/?p=91417||RLM-D||9121 ( B ) Right Lateral Mid Site (Rlm)- Diagnosis RLM-D|
|9103||( C ) Right Lateral Base Site (Rlb)- Grossing||https://shermanabrams.com/?p=91418||RLB-G||9103 ( C ) Right Lateral Base Site (Rlb)- Grossing RLB-G|
|9132||( H ) Left Lateral Mid Site (Llm)- Diagnosis||https://shermanabrams.com/?p=91419||LLM-D||9132 ( H ) Left Lateral Mid Site (Llm)- Diagnosis LLM-D|
|8943||14.3.3 ETA, Rheum. Arthritis||https://shermanabrams.com/?p=91422||14.3.3n Protein ETA||8943 14.3.3 ETA, Rheum. Arthritis 14.3.3n Protein ETA|
|3429||17-Ketosteroids, 24 Hour Urine||https://shermanabrams.com/?p=91424||17 KETO||3429 17-Ketosteroids, 24 Hour Urine 17 KETO|
|7637||21-Hydroxylase Antibodies||https://shermanabrams.com/?p=91425||21_hydroxylase_LC||7637 21-Hydroxylase Antibodies 21_hydroxylase_LC|
|90530||2-Hydroxymidazolam||https://shermanabrams.com/?p=91426||Udt 2 Hyd||90530 2-Hydroxymidazolam Udt 2 Hyd|
|90249||30039 - ALPHA-1,3-GALACTOSE IgE||https://shermanabrams.com/?p=91427||ALPHA_GAL IgE_SR||90249 30039 - ALPHA-1,3-GALACTOSE IgE ALPHA_GAL IgE_SR|
|9871||5' Nucleotidase||https://shermanabrams.com/?p=91428||5' Nucleotidase_LC||9871 5' Nucleotidase 5' Nucleotidase_LC|
|2793||5-Hydroxyindoleacetic Acid (HIAA), Quantitative, 24-Hr Urine||https://shermanabrams.com/?p=91429||5HIAA_24Hr_Ur||2793 5-Hydroxyindoleacetic Acid (HIAA), Quantitative, 24-Hr Urine 5HIAA_24Hr_Ur|
Alternate Name: EAR CX
Turn Around Time:
1-2 days for preliminary report; 1-4 Days for final
Traditional culture setup; MICROSCAN Sensitivity and ID (where applicable); Gram stain (where applicable). If culture is positive, antibiotic susceptibilities (MICs) are only performed when appropriate. Feel free to call our microbiology department to discuss any special circumstances that may require additional workup.
Improper samples, samples not labeled correctly, samples that are suspect for contamination.
Use this test to determine if there are any microbes present in the outer ear canal that may require therapeutic intervention.
Identification of potentially infectious agents in outer ear canals. If culture is positive, antibiotic susceptibilities may be performed when appropriate. Differentiating between a "true pathogenic isolate" and a contaminant is not a simple determination. Only a physician that is well versed in the clinical findings of microbiology testing of such cultures should make that determination.
Gently swab the outer ear canal with a clean and sterile culturette, after collection insert culturette swab into provided transport tube containing Amies media and transport to laboratory.
Prior or current antibiotic therapy may cause negative cultures or delayed growth.
Test Handle Instructions:
Maintain at room temperatrure.
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