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Blood Cells Antibiotic Sensitivity
Neutrophil (nucleus has several lobes) Present in high numbers during bacterial infection
Lymphocyte (nucleus is dark and takes up almost whole cell; almost no cytoplasm seen) Present in high numbers during bacterial infection
Monocyte (larger cell, horseshoe shaped nucleus) Present in high numbers during bacterial infection
Monocyte, Lymphocyte, Neutrophil
Eosinophil Present in high numbers during parasitic infection
Basophil Present in high numbers during inflammation
Organism is resistant to the antibiotic Organism is susceptible to the antibiotic
Antibiotic Sensitivity: Check zone diameters on given table Organism is resistant to the antibiotic Organism is susceptible to the antibiotic Organism has intermediate resistance to the antibiotic
Positive Coagulase Test: Differentiates S. Aureus from S epidermidis
Leucocytes White Blood Cells Basar. White Blood cells are also known as Leucocytes as they are colorless due to lack of Haemoglobin. There are about mm.
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