1 edition of Clinical Diagnostic Technology--The Total Testing Process, Volume 2 found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||January 1, 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 133 p. :|
|Number of Pages||84|
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Lima-Oliveira G, Lippi G, Salvagno GL, Danese E, Montagnana M, Brocco G, et al. In order for laboratory automation to combine these disciplines, a complete integration has occurred, which includes a complex of robotics, computers, liquid handling, and numerous other analytical and non-analytical technologies. Plastic caps or heat-sealed metal foil are used specimen recapping for online or offline Volume 2.
Volume 3, tentatively scheduled to be published in July 2006, will address quality assurance and quality control issues, verification and reporting of results, postanalytical laboratory information systems and telemedicine, biosensors, the virtual clinical laboratory and artificial intelligence, and clinical laboratories in the 21st century. The ultimate phase of clinical laboratory automation is the instruction of integrated pre- and post-analytical systems, with the other naming being integrated or modular automation systems and total laboratory automation.
Since each laboratory has its own unique characteristics, the criteria helping select the appropriate automation for all laboratories may not be uniformly applicable or fit, and some generalizable principles and strategies may be given for this purpose.
Automation and expert systems in a core clinical chemistry. Clinical diagnostic technology: the total testing process, volume 1. In order to evaluate the cost effectiveness of the laboratory automation implementation, it has been suggested that a commitment to automate be formed from Volume 2, supervisors, information services, and hospital and department administration . The lesser the downtime, the better Reagent type The reagents may be ready-to-use, concentrated, or lyophilized; on-board stability, test capacity of each pack, and calibration intervals especially for immunoassays are also important.
Laboratory medicine in the new healthcare environment. Pre- and post- analytical automation systems for specimen processing, integrated or modular, can be provided by several vendors, which was listed in 2011 by Tietz Textbook of Clinical Chemistry and Molecular Diagnostics as: Abbott Diagnostics, Aim Lab formerly Ai ScientificBeckman Coulter, Integrated Laboratory Automation Solutions, Labotix Automation, m-u-t America, Ortho-Clinical Diagnostics, PVT LabSystems, Roche Diagnostics, Sarstedt, Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics, Sysmex America, and Yaskawa America, Motoman Robotics Division .
Inquisition criteria Comments Track design Configuration is a term defining track design, analyzer connections, analyzer orientation parallel or perpendicular to the trackand size of whole system. Automation in the clinical laboratory.
Streitberg GS, Bwititi PT, Angel L, Sikaris KA. It is by this way that the laboratory staff can concentrate on the problematic test results thanks to the autoverification.
The total laboratory automation may be designed as core laboratories, combining different automated analytical systems in one location for testing a huge number of samples a day .
Clinical laboratory automation can be ranged from automating only a few laboratory processes, partial or local automation, to total laboratory automation, which can include quantitative chemical and microbiological tests together with the majority of preanalytical processes.
Another type of the instrument consolidation is the combination of analyzers, on either homogenous or heterogeneous basis, by means of a control module plus a robotic specimen handling and preparation unit, which has been defined as work cell.
In the presence of automated analyzers, laboratories would have opportunities to process much larger workloads with no increases in staff. Several advantages of laboratory automation include the standardization of testing, reducing the duration of sample handling steps, improvements in TAT, and eliminating the potential human errors, all of which improve patient care and provide a high-quality service.
For instance, circular systems needs more space but make retrieval easy.
During this progression, laboratory testing has grown from a manual process with very narrow, simple test menu to an automatically-processing instrument with very large test menu and high throughput.
Centrifuge This part is one of the rate-limiting components.