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    krugerj65 posted:
    Does anyone know the procedural steps to collecting a UA collection on someone in quarantine or Isolation
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    counterso responded:
    That's a question for the doctor requesting the sample and the type of quarantine.
     
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    krugerj65 replied to counterso's response:
    yes it is, but also for student in school that can not find that answer for homework
     
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    An_256743 responded:
    Answer is Put sample in Vaccuum sealed bag then into Hazard bag seal and let lab know it is coming.
     
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    counterso replied to krugerj65's response:
    WebMD Exchanges (forums) are a layperson's board for discussion. Most are not monitored by doctors. You will need a more accurate reference for specific procedures no one here is conducting for themselves.

    Try grabbing a copy of Campbell's Urology and I'm guessing it should be in there somewhere.


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