BF FOR MPs

French translation: Frottis sanguin pour détection du parasite de la malaria

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English term or phrase:BF FOR MPs
French translation:Frottis sanguin pour détection du parasite de la malaria
Entered by: FX Fraipont

08:03 Aug 3, 2019
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English term or phrase: BF FOR MPs
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Frottis sanguin pour détection du parasite de la malaria
Explanation:
BFMP
Blood Film for Malarial Parasite
list of abreviations - Hospital Langkawi
http://hlangkawi.moh.gov.my/v4/ABBREVIATION_LIST 1.pdf

" Thick and thin blood smears. These are the most common and accurate malaria tests. A lab technician, doctor, or nurse will take some of your blood and send it to a lab to be stained to make any parasites show clearly. The technician spreads it on a glass slide and looks at it with a microscope. A thin blood smear, also called a blood film, is one drop of blood spread across most of the slide. A thick smear drops the blood on a small area. A normal test does two of each.

The number of malaria parasites in your blood can change each day. So your test might say you don’t have malaria even if you do. For that reason, you may need your blood drawn several times over 2-3 days for the best results."
https://www.malariasite.com/microscopic-tests/

"Microscopic Tests

The microscopic tests involve staining and direct visualization of the parasite under the microscope. For more than hundred years, the direct microscopic visualization of the parasite on the thick and/or thin blood smears has been the accepted method for the diagnosis of malaria in most settings, from the clinical laboratory to the field surveys. The careful examination of a well-prepared and well-stained blood film currently remains the “gold standard” for malaria diagnosis. The most commonly used microscopic tests include the peripheral smear study and the Quantitative Buffy Coat (QBC) test."
https://www.malariasite.com/microscopic-tests/

"Examen sanguin pour détecter la malaria

Actuellement, la manière la plus fiable et la plus économique de réaliser un diagnostic de la malaria est l'examen microscopique d'une goutte de sang, appelée «goutte épaisse». Il peut être complété par l'examen d'une goutte fine (frottis sanguin), afin de préciser le type de parasite."
https://fr.medipedia.be/malaria/diagnostic/un-examen-sanguin...

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Frottis sanguin pour détection du parasite de la malaria


Explanation:
BFMP
Blood Film for Malarial Parasite
list of abreviations - Hospital Langkawi
http://hlangkawi.moh.gov.my/v4/ABBREVIATION_LIST 1.pdf

" Thick and thin blood smears. These are the most common and accurate malaria tests. A lab technician, doctor, or nurse will take some of your blood and send it to a lab to be stained to make any parasites show clearly. The technician spreads it on a glass slide and looks at it with a microscope. A thin blood smear, also called a blood film, is one drop of blood spread across most of the slide. A thick smear drops the blood on a small area. A normal test does two of each.

The number of malaria parasites in your blood can change each day. So your test might say you don’t have malaria even if you do. For that reason, you may need your blood drawn several times over 2-3 days for the best results."
https://www.malariasite.com/microscopic-tests/

"Microscopic Tests

The microscopic tests involve staining and direct visualization of the parasite under the microscope. For more than hundred years, the direct microscopic visualization of the parasite on the thick and/or thin blood smears has been the accepted method for the diagnosis of malaria in most settings, from the clinical laboratory to the field surveys. The careful examination of a well-prepared and well-stained blood film currently remains the “gold standard” for malaria diagnosis. The most commonly used microscopic tests include the peripheral smear study and the Quantitative Buffy Coat (QBC) test."
https://www.malariasite.com/microscopic-tests/

"Examen sanguin pour détecter la malaria

Actuellement, la manière la plus fiable et la plus économique de réaliser un diagnostic de la malaria est l'examen microscopique d'une goutte de sang, appelée «goutte épaisse». Il peut être complété par l'examen d'une goutte fine (frottis sanguin), afin de préciser le type de parasite."
https://fr.medipedia.be/malaria/diagnostic/un-examen-sanguin...



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