CLSI at the 2023 AACC Annual Scientific Meeting & Clinical Laboratory Exposition July 23-27, 2023
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Join our team and meet CLSI's CEO, Barb Jones, on Tuesday, July 25th from 4:00-5:00 PM for a Happy Hour at booth #911. Enjoy food and beverages and grab some CLSI swag!
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Procedure for Confirming the Acceptability of Mueller-Hinton Agar Sources for Subsequent Use in CLSI and/or EUCAST Studies to Establish Disk Diffusion QC Ranges, 1st Edition
This document describes the necessary technical steps for confirming the acceptability of Mueller-Hinton agar sources for subsequent use in CLSI and/or EUCAST studies to establish disk diffusion quality control ranges.
Use of Delta Checks in the Medical Laboratory, 2nd Edition
This guideline provides approaches for selecting measurands for which delta checks are useful, establishing delta check limits and rules for comparing current clinical reported results with previously reported results for a given patient, initiating delta check alerts in the laboratory information system, investigating patient samples with delta check alerts, and evaluating the effectiveness of the laboratory’s delta check program.
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