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Transplant Infection Panel by PCRFor Immunosupressed patients 16 bacteria, 2 fungi and 5 DNA viruses

DESCRIPTION - Infections of the skin are common after transplantation but are rarely life-threatening. All organ transplant recipients are at risk for wound infections. The most common bacterial pathogen is S. aureus, but infections with enterococci, gram-negative bacteria, Candida, and M.

METHODOLOGY – quantitative polymerase chain reaction

TURN AROUND TIME – 1-3 days

SPECIMEN REQUIERED –

COLLECT – nasopharyngeal swab

SPECIMEN PREPARATION – place in viral transport media

STORAGE/TRANSPORT TEMPERATURE – frozen

STABILITY – refrigerated: 4 days; frozen: 1 month

UNACCEPTABLE CONDITION – alternate media

SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS – clinical history is mandatory

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EDTA Blood, Focal Specimen - 5 ml
44,500.00
Home Collection-
Offer Price44,500.00
Total Amount₹44,500.00
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