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Sputum - Culture & Sensitivity Test

Also Known as: Sputum Test, Sputum Culture Test, Sputum Culture and Sensitivity Test
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₹ 750

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Sample type :

Sputum

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)

A sputum culture is a test to find out if an infection in your lungs is caused by bacteria. It also can help your healthcare provider figure out which antibiotic will work best to treat the infection.

A sputum culture test is used to diagnose a bacterial infection in the lungs. This test is usually ordered when a person has symptoms of a lung infection, such as a cough, shortness of breath, or chest pain.

A sputum culture test is a test that is used to determine the presence of bacteria in the lungs. The test is usually ordered when a person has a lung infection, such as pneumonia, and the doctor wants to know what type of bacteria is causing the infection. The test can also be ordered if a person has symptoms of a lung infection, but the cause is unknown.

The normal range is more than 25 leukocytes and fewer than 10 epithelial cells per low-power field.

There are a few things you can do to lower your sputum culture test level.

- First, make sure you are taking your medications as prescribed by your doctor. This includes antibiotics if you have been prescribed them.

- Next, try to avoid activities that can increase mucus production, such as smoking or being around smoke, dust, or other irritants.

- Finally, stay hydrated by drinking plenty of fluids and avoiding caffeine and alcohol. If you follow these tips, you should see a decrease in your sputum culture test level.

The sputum culture test is generally considered safe.

Before having a sputum culture test, there are a few things you should do:

- Tell your doctor if you have ever had a reaction to any antibiotics or other medications.

- Let your doctor know if you have been coughing up blood or pus.

- Be sure to rinse your mouth well with water before collecting the sputum sample. This will help prevent contamination of the sample.

Fasting is not required for this test, however, it is recommended that you avoid eating or drinking for at least 30 minutes prior to collecting your sample.

Yes, home sample collection is available for Sputum Culture Test. One can opt for home collection while booking a test through Max Lab.

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