Update in Under 30 – Culture Shock (≤30 min audio)

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What goes on in a pathology lab when they perform cultures (urine, vaginal, stool) that is a must know so we can interpret our patient’s results correctly? When we see ‘no pathogens isolated’ – is this always the final answer?  What could provide us with additional information that might on the contrary support an infectious cause?  And how can we help lab staff to better answer the questions we so desperately need answered for these patients and identify the pathogen?