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September-October 2014
Volume: 3 Number: 5
Articles: 6


Articles
pg. 1
Past Effort Pays Dividends!
pg. 2
Addressing Real and Perceived Clinical Lab Analytical Errors
pg. 6
Identifying Lab Errors that Lead to Lawsuits
pg. 12
Comprehensive Screening for Sexually Transmitted Pathogens
pg. 16
Employ Bar Code Technology to Improve Patient Safety
pg. 18
New & Noteworthy
New & Noteworthy

For laboratories with manual workflows that need an efficient, high-speed 2D bar code reader for tube racks, the LabElite I.D. Reader from Hamilton Storage ... read more

Streck introduces UA-Cellular Complete, a urinalysis control with both chemistry analytes and cellular components to more closely mimic a patient sample. ... read more

The FDA has cleared Randox\'s Immunoassay Premium Plus quality control for use in US laboratories. A multi-analyte control, it combines 52 analytes, including ... read more

Gold Standard Diagnostics (GSD), announces new Line Immunoassay technology for Lyme confirmation testing, giving clinical laboratories an FDA-cleared option ... read more

The Linearity FD General Chemistry (for Alfa Wassermann), 5 levels from AUDIT MicroControls is intended to simulate human patient serum samples for the ... read more

Avanti JXN-26 centrifuges from Beckman Coulter Life Sciences can be run from an Apple iOS or Android device using MobileFuge, a mobile application available ... read more

Nouvation recently released an upgrade of its OTIS-Laboratory software system--OTIS 8--to help laboratories drive process improvement and comply with CAP ... read more

The Binding Site announces the availability of a Proteinase-3 (cANCA) native auto-antigen for in-vitro diagnostics (IVD). Designed for use in solid phase ... read more

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