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Gram stain of joint fluid

Gram stain of joint fluid

Gram stain of joint fluid: A gram stain of joint fluid is a microbiological procedure that selectively stains Gram positive bacteria with crystal violet; this test is used to determine if a suspected bacterial infection in a joint is due to Gram positive or Gram negative bacteria, which can then aid the physician in choosing the proper antibiotic treatment before a bacterial culture is complete.

Symptoms Associated with Gram stain of joint fluid

These symptoms may be diagnosed by, screened for, or associated with Gram stain of joint fluid:

Diseases Associated with Gram stain of joint fluid

These diseases or medical conditions may be diagnosed by, screened for, or associated with Gram stain of joint fluid:

  • Gram positive bacterial infection
  • Gram negative bacterial infection

Basic Information: Gram stain of joint fluid

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