The Novin Pathobiology Laboratory, according to the existing standards, is separate from other sections and is equipped with up-to-date and dedicated equipment (class II laminar hoods, antibiograms, anaerobic culture incubators, proprietary mycelium luminaires, etc.). In this section, microbial culture of all body fluids, scarring, as well as staining and direct tests of bacteriology and mycology are done. Identification of microbial strains with specific biochemical tests is carried out (specific culture environments and diagnostic tests are provided in this section). The susceptibility of microbial strains to antibiotics is evaluated using the half-MacFarland standard (disc diffusion method) as well as the antibody medicine discs. To prevent contamination of the personnel of this section or transfer to the environment around the hood of class II, it is equipped with a hepa-specific product filter. As with other parts of this laboratory for the microbiology unit, a comprehensive and comprehensive quality control program has been developed based on the requirements of health reference and other valid laboratory standards, which is daily prepared by the responsible microbiology department, the quality control officer and the supporting companies for the audit. And the inspection is carried out and monitored.
In this section, in addition to the culture of body fluids and the culture of the wound, direct tests of mycology and parasitology are done.
In parasitology section of the campus laboratory, clinical specimens, especially stools, were used to investigate and detect all kinds of parasites, including parasites (worms) and protozoans (protozoa) directly in direct smear, wet mount, and also, Exclusive staining of lambs prepared from fresh specimens, especially for the detection of histological amoebae, and so on.
However, today, due to the ever-increasing levels of health in the various communities and the provision of effective treatments for fungal diseases, they are still considered one of the human pathogens in laboratory science. The campus’s mushroom department is one of the important sections of the laboratory, whose task is to collect suspicious samples and review them. Examining more fungal specimens includes lamination, staining and more. The most important step in examining samples of mycology is sampling, which should be done in the best conditions and in the nearest location. For fungal sampling, it should be noted that the user has not been bathing at least 72 hours before, and the site of sampling for oil, skin creams and … is not infected because the possibility of a false negative response in such cases increases.