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The blood sample is tested for the Malaria Parasite's presence to determine the infection's severity. It is carried out at the end of Malaria research, as well as during and after Malaria treatment. The malaria parasite Kirby Place or its antigens/products must be located in the patient's blood to diagnose malaria. This may appear simple, but there are a lot of variables that affect how accurate the diagnosis is. No extra preparation is needed with malaria parasite test Kirby Place. Before getting an MP Smear, be sure to tell your doctor about any medications you're taking and any pre existing diseases or sensitivities you may have. Your doctor will provide detailed instructions based on your current health status
Testing positive for malaria often involves looking at smears of peripheral blood stained with Giemsa. It can confirm a malaria diagnosis, identify Plasmodium spp., and calculate parasitemia.
A blood sample is inspected under a microscope to count distinct circulating blood cells (red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets, etc.) and evaluate whether the cells seem normal
Three minutes is enough to make a preliminary evaluation of a smear, but a more thorough analysis of a film showing aberrant cells would require more time. A peripheral blood smear can be utilized to assess manual blood counts.
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