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Blood culture and sensitivity

Blood culture and sensitivity

Blood culture and sensitivity: A blood culture and sensitivity is used to determine whether the patient's blood contains pathogenic bacteria; blood is usually withdrawn from two different sites, as bacterial contamination can lead to false-positive results.

Blood culture and sensitivity: Other Names

Other names for Blood culture and sensitivity include:

  • Blood C&S

Symptoms Associated with Blood culture and sensitivity

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Diseases Associated with Blood culture and sensitivity

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