Gram Stain Interpretation and Reporting *Redesigned
9:00am to 5:00pm
Diaram Deokharan, MSc, MLT, ART
Gain invaluable hands-on experience preparing Gram stains. Recognize, distinguish, interpret and report various cellular and non-cellular morphologies from Gram stained clinical specimens from genitals, respiratory, wounds, body fluids, and cerebrospinal fluids.
Practicing microbiology technologists, those who are re-entering the field, being cross-trained or wanting to upgrade their skills.
You will receive a Certificate of Completion at the end of this workshop.
• Review of the Gram stain theory
• Quality control and trouble shooting
• Staining, reading and reporting smears from actual clinical specimens
• Demonstration smears on selected organisms• Gram stain technique as an evaluation tool to determine acceptability of specimens, e.g. sputum
Gram Stain Interpretation and Reporting (MI7116)
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