Holly Pike

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  • in reply to: Comments and Reviewer #16642
    Holly Pike
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    Pam,
    Yes I am down to the problem codes…..thank you for the responses to my questions…suggesting the search terms to use was a huge help and has allowed me to select a LOINC code for these results.
    Holly

    in reply to: Staph Aureus Screen #16639
    Holly Pike
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    For the Staph aureus Screen we will report as Staph aureus, no sensitivity performed or as No Staph aureus isolated.
    I can’t find a Staph aureus that is not also MRSA, only the Staph sp Identified 20966-8

    Holly

    Holly Pike
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    I went back to the Technical Coordinator of Microbiology and she assured me that the assay they run differentiates between the two. The kit I refered to is catalog number 440705. I was able to find a match on the website for the chlamydia?
    Holly

    Holly Pike
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    We are using the BDProveTec ET C. trachomatic and N. gonorrhoeae Amplified DNA Assay. The package insert has the following:
    INTENDED USE
    The BDProbeTec ET Chlamydia trachomatis (CT) and Neisseria gonorrhoeae (GC) Amplified DNA Assays, when tested with the BDProbeTec ET System, use Strand Displacement Amplification (SDA) technology for the direct, qualitative detection of Chlamydia trachomatis and Neisseria gonorrhoeae DNA in endocervical swabs, male urethral swabs, and in female and male urine specimens as evidence of infection with C. trachomatis, N. gonorrhoeae, or of co-infection with both C. trachomatis and N. gonorrhoeae.
    Holly

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