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We still calculate the ratio with the LLM (lower limit of measurement) but report it as <the calculated value.
Interesting! ........what we do for the sake of science!.....you should post that in the History Section too - Dec 16 1939...World War II had started.
Nuts - the perfect food? Well....nuts coated with dark chocolate - plenty of antioxidants too!!!
Steve, "Do labs explicitly define what constitutes a "critical instrument component" for each instrument in its procedure?" - No - we do not define it in our policy. Usually this would constitute "major maintenance" - we would perform calibration ...
This is very timely! We are looking at this as well - recently posed this to CAP (since we are CAP accredited) who put the following questions:
"How would you be able to guarantee that this person actually read the message? Could another person see ...
Have you considered contacting Beckman IT support? They have good resources to tailor your needs and setup moving averages .etc Reg repeat patient testing during QC failure-
First you need to determine, If the problem is something other ...
Thanks Siva. I will attend. Regards, Tony
Johns Hopkins Experience with Reverse algorithm screening: http://www.pediatrics.uthscsa.edu/grandrounds/handouts/2017-10-20%20-%E2%80%9CBaltimore,%20Congenital%20Syphilis,%20and%20Reverse%20Sequence%20Testing%20Lessons%20Learned%E2%80%9D%20(W.%20Christopher%20Golden,%20MD).pdf ...