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Clinical Diagnostic Technology--The Total Testing Process, Volume 2

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        LC ClassificationsJanuary 2004
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        Paginationxvi, 51 p. :
        Number of Pages54
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In other word, the aim of automation is to save time and to improve performance through the elimination of human error []. Centrifuge This part is one of the rate-limiting components. The wider the sizes, the better.

Thanks to this coupling, the sample and test throughput of the clinical laboratory dramatically increased. Melanson SE, Lindeman NI, Jarolim P.

On the other hand, the combination via a control module may be made with different analyzers as in the case of chemistry plus immunochemistry, a heterogeneous consolidation. On the other hand, in the case of multiple, smaller analyzers, the more the analyzers, the more the troubleshootings and maintenance. Analyzers of the same vendor and with the same capacity can use common calibrators, controls, reagents, reaction vessels, disposables, methodology, and software, with all of these issues being additional advantages.

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In this area, specimens requiring centrifugation are removed from the belt, introduced into the centrifuge and automatically balanced, then removed from the centrifuge after processing, and placed back on the conveyor.

In 1970s, we see a peak point in the autoanalyzer: first, SMA Sequential Multiple Analyzer and secondly, SMAC Sequential Multiple Analyzer with Computer with a built-in computer [].

As mentioned by the previous reports [], [], if we do not properly analyze the needs of the laboratory and understand the current state and processes in the laboratory, automation projects will not reach success and match well with initial expectations. In both situations, a single technologist can simultaneously control and monitor the functions of several instruments from Volume 2 computer.

It was after the coupling of instrument and electronic automation by means of LIS that attention was directed to automation of the pre- and post-analytic laboratory work phases.

Seaberg RS, Stallone RO, Statland BE. It is by this way that the laboratory staff can concentrate on the problematic test results thanks to the autoverification.

Clinical Diagnostic Technology Vol 2: The Total Testing Process, Volume 2: The Analytical Phase : Ward

It must be decided by each laboratory whether or not automation should be implemented. A golden age of clinical chemistry: 1948—1960. Middleware, or process-controlling software, laboratory automation and LIS cooperate for many tasks, including reading specimen ID, determination of processing each sample, monitoring the analyzers with respect to predefined algorithms, post-analytical processes such as reruns, dilutions, and others, and quality control.

One should ideally be able to monitor the whole system on one screen The need to other equipment Some additional supplies are need, including pressure compressor, water-purifying system, UPS, etc.