Art and Science of Laboratory Medicine

Art and Science of Laboratory Medicine

Saturday, July 27, 2013

Lot-to-Lot Reagent Differences

Maintaining consistency of results over time is a challenge in laboratory medicine. Lot-to-lot reagent changes are a major threat to consistency of results.
The number of test samples required for adequate lot-to-lot validation protocols is high and may be prohibitively large, especially for low-volume or complex assays. Monitoring of the distributions of patient results has the potential to detect lot-to-lot inconsistencies relatively quickly.

Read more:
Failure of Current Laboratory Protocols to Detect Lot-to-Lot Reagent Differences: Findings and Possible Solutions



















Source: Clinical Chemistry


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3 comments:

RAWDA RUTH SARRAIL said...

maintaining data integrety consistency , above Info. is correct !

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Juha Wahlstedt said...

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