My Patient Might Have a Fungal Infection and the Culture Takes Too Long.
Why Does the Diagnosis of a Fungal Infection Take so Long?!
Speaker: Nathan Ledeboer PhD D(ABMM) F(AAM)
Associate Professor and Vice Chair of Pathology, Medical College of Wisconsin
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Staff caring for blood and marrow transplant patients
Discuss options for the laboratory diagnosis of fun-gal infections.
Explore novel diagnostic tests currently in development that will improve the turnaround of fungal diagnosis
Presenter: Nathan Ledeboer PhD D(ABMM) F(AAM)
Associate professor and Vice Chair of Pathology, Medical College of Wisconsin
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