Gram Painting Laboratory Results?
Good afternoon r nMy gram stain results r nDiplococcus positive r nFungus negative r nLekocytes 2-4 / lpk r what do you mean? R nThank you
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Gram stain with gram stain is a method used to identify certain bacteria which is done under a microscope. Where this staining can distinguish between gram positive bacteria or gram negative bacteria.
While diplococcus is a form of germ that is found when examined under a microscope. Diplococcus where diplo states the number is 2 and coccus is round, so that diplococcus is a germ that has the shape of 2 fused circles or like a number 8. The importance of knowing gram negative or positive and its shape is to recognize the exact cause of your complaint, so the treatment given will depend on the results of the germs that cause it.
While leukocytes are white blood cells that can be found in parts of the body, such as blood, urine, and tissue examinations, an increased number indicates a certain infection. 2-4 / lpk means that 2-4 leukocyte cells are found in each small field of view when examined under a microscope.
Actually, to interpret the results of the examination depends on the sample or material used for the gram examination. Whether the sample comes from a throat swab, sputum, or a pus or pus exam, or a vaginal or vaginal discharge, urine, or blood test. Unfortunately you are not here to explain further about the sample used for the examination.
In addition, to explain the examination, of course, it requires clinical data, namely regarding your history of medical conditions, a physical examination on you which is carried out by a doctor. Therefore, for interpretation of the results of these tests, consult your doctor again who recommends the examination. To be given the appropriate treatment for you.
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