How to make a smear from blood culture bottle for staining

An adequate smear (correct thickness and dimensions) is indispensable for a sharp and clear microscope image. Red blood cells blur and darken the image if stacked. A monolayer of red blood cells is best for identification of the morphology of bacteria. This procedure explains how to make a monolayer smear from a blood culture bottle using a subculture unit.

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