The sputum culture + susceptibility test is a frequent inspection item for the respiratory system. The use of antibiotics based on sputum culture and drug susceptibility results can effectively prevent the abuse and misuse of antibiotics. The first morning sputum was collected and used for cytology and microbiological examination. Before sampling, you should repeatedly gargle, cough after a few deep breaths, and do not spit into saliva. Sampling of microbial culture should be taken before the start of antibiotics and other medical treatments. If it has been used, samples should be taken at the lowest level of blood drug concentration.

Basic Information

Specialist classification: Respiratory examination classification: sputum examination

Applicable gender: whether men and women apply fasting: fasting

Analysis results:

Below normal:

Normal value:
no

Above normal:

negative:
Negative: no pathogen growth.

Positive:
Positive: pulmonary infection (bacterial), while finding bacterial sensitive antibiotics.

Tips: Before sampling, you should repeatedly gargle, after a few deep breaths, cough hard, do not spit into saliva. Normal value

Negative: no pathogen growth.

Clinical significance

Pulmonary infection (bacterial) while finding bacterial sensitive antibiotics.

Positive results may be diseases: staphylococcal infection, pneumocystis pneumonia in children, anaerobic pneumonia, acute tracheobronchitis in children, pediatric influenza virus pneumonia, bronchial pneumonia in children, bronchitis considerations

The first morning sputum was collected and used for cytology and microbiological examination. Before sampling, you should repeatedly gargle, cough after a few deep breaths, and do not spit into saliva. Sampling of microbial culture should be taken before the start of antibiotics and other medical treatments. If it has been used, samples should be taken at the lowest level of blood drug concentration.

Inspection process

The first sputum in the morning was collected for inspection, and the bacterial culture method was used for sputum culture. After detecting the pathogenic bacteria, the drug sensitivity test was carried out to detect bacterial sensitive antibiotics.

Not suitable for the crowd

Inappropriate people: Generally there are no people who are not suitable.

Adverse reactions and risks

Generally, this examination does not have too many adverse reactions and does not have much influence on the body.