What you need to do or not do before to doing tests in the lab ?
fast for 8 hours but take your medication as usual and also drink water but donot drink any other baverages. It is better one on the morning.
after fasting for 8-10 hoursConsume a meal and take medication (if any) in 10 minutes. Absolute fast for 2 hours from start of the meal Arrive at the lab 15 minutes ahead of schedule.it is better done in the morning of the same day you do the fasting blood glucose.
It requires fasting (12-14) hours.
The patient on the analysis to the laboratory attendance am fasting for 8 hours – with abstinence during an analysis taking a dose of glucose (75 grams)
first morning urine (preferable), provided there was no fluid consumption the night before. If result is Negative, a pregnancy blood test is suggested since it is more sensitive.
Refrain from antibiotics for at least 48 hours before test. Wash hands and genitals well with warm water & soap. Urinate first drop into toilet bowl then remainder in the sterilized jar provided. In case urine sample is sent, make sure it arrives at the lab within two hours at latest.
Immediately upon waking up in the morning urinate in the toilet bowl and record the time. Following this and through to the next day, collect each drop of urine at the same time (24 hours).ie,the next morning first morning sample is included in your sample collection. Keep urine refrigerated.
Paul assembly analysis requires 24 hours the patient must refrain from drinking tea, coffee, chocolate, vanilla, banana and soda for a period of not less than 72 hours
The work of this analysis for the detection of tuberculosis microbe in samples 3 because the microbe is possible to appear in the sample does not appear in the other sample.
Abstinence from sexual intercourse or occurrence of wet dreams for a period of 3-5 days is required consecutive so quantity is not affected also prefer to give the sample in the laboratory with interest the development of the first blobs of liquid because these blobs by ¾ sperm count and are not allowed to accept samples from outside of the laboratory Mralleha more than 20 minutes and must be kept at a level close to body temperature also should be noted that the presence of water or soap or cream liquid inside a bottle affect the movement and vitality of sperm.
The arrival of the sample to the laboratory is required within two hours at the most because there are some microbes that die quickly, do not accept samples in diapers or cardboard boxes because it absorbs fluid from the sample and drought kills the microbe, preferably refrain from antibiotics for 48 hours
The arrival of the sample to the laboratory is required within two hours at the most because there are some microbes that die quickly, do not accept samples in diapers or cardboard boxes because it absorbs fluid from the sample and drought kills the microbe, Refrain patient for 48 hours from eating all kinds of red meat or liver or radish or medications containing aspirin or vitamin “C” or cortisone or iron are not allowed Bokhadd laxative.preferably refrain from antibiotics for 48 hours
Refrain patient 10 days prior to the analysis by the introduction of binoculars or a catheter or rectal examination of the prostate because this will affect the result of the analysis only if there saw another good wizard
The drug is taken for 5 days regularly in order to access the drug fixed to the level of blood are required not to vomiting or diarrhea for 48 hours prior to the analysis because it will affect the dose and therefore the medication level in blood, a sample taken before any dose to calculate the dosage rate at the lowest level (Trough) then another sample taken after several hours of taking the drug (Peak) account for the highest percentage of drug in the blood (vary from one drug to another).
Not to conduct the analysis after the transfer of blood and the occurrence of relapse only after 3-4 weeks at least.
Preferably fasting of 6-8 hours in the morning and come the end of the menstrual period before and after treatment with iron or blood transfusions