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1. Essentials for the Mycobacteriology Laboratory: Promoting Quality Practices 1.1 Introduction Notes: Welcome to the Association of Public Health Laboratories Essentials for the Mycobacteriology Laboratory: Promoting Quality Practices. This presentation is identification of mycobacteria. The goal of this module is to discuss the classical and
Why is Biosafety Needed in the Mycobacteriology Laboratory? •Risk of infection with Mycobacterium tuberculosis is 3-9x higher for TB lab workers than for other lab workers
Every laboratory using the Mycobacteria Growth Indicator Tube (MGIT™) System should keep this manual readily available and should use this document as a reference for mycobacteriology procedures, particularly for the MGIT System. Optimal performance is achievable only if these procedures are strictly followed.
Federation), Dr Natalia Shubladze (Laboratory Consultant, National Centre of Tuberculosis and Lung Diseases and the National Reference Mycobacteriology Laboratory, Georgia), Ms Nukra Sinavbarova (National Public Health Laboratory, Tajikistan), Dr Alena Skrahina (Republican Research and Practical Centre for Pulmonology
» Mycobacteriology laboratory workers » People who live or work in high-risk congregate settings (e.g., nursing homes, homeless shelters, or correctional facilities) » People with certain medical conditions that place them at high risk for TB (e.g., silicosis, diabetes mellitus, severe kidney disease, certain types
mycobacteriology laboratory personnel. history of resident, worker or volunteer in high-risk congregate settings. persons with the following clinical conditions: silicosis, diabetes mellitus, chronic renal failure, leukemias and lymphomas, head, neck or lung cancer, low
mycobacteriology, and virology Parasitology, including stool for ova and parasites and blood films for microorganisms Molecular microbiology, including waived and non-waived FDA-cleared/approved methods, modified methods, and laboratory-developed methods Microbial identification, using methods such as MALDI-TOF MS,
Mycobacteriology • Poor quality ... • Any specimen brought to the laboratory which ha s not been stored under the proper conditions. • Any specimen which requires a special anticoagulant for which no substitution is allowed, e.g. coagulation testing requires sodium citrate as …
For more information on the biosafety practices in the Mycobacteriology laboratory, please review the module on biosafety within this series 35. Aseptic Techniques: Getting Started • Disinfect BSC, centrifuge, and tabletop with tuberculocidal disinfectant (repeat after …
mycobacteriology laboratory manual iii table of contents list of abbreviations and acronyms v 1 introduction 1 2 sample specimen timetable 6 3 specimen flowchart 7 4 laboratory biosafety and infection control 8 5 specimen collection, storage, and transport 11 6 receipt and login of sputum specimens in the laboratory 15
Mycobacteriology Laboratory Manual ii Edita Pimkina, Infectious Diseases and Tuberculosis Hospital Afﬁ liate of Public institution …
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