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Once smears were dry, slides were sequentially labeled, again with Wright's stain, and randomly selected for analysis.
A Wright's stain should then be done on the blood smear; often this requires a hematologist's expertise.
To be enrolled, the patient had to have a minimum SIRS score and the presence of white blood cells in the wound by Wright's stain.