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Dear Colleagues: For those of you who use i-STATS for blood gases - how do they correlate with the Siemens/Radiometer/Nova Biomedical blood gas instruments? Any Pros / Cons of using them? Thanks ! Adil
Thanks Carmelo for providing the ref. regards, Tony
First: if it were the case of a patient with fasting glucose of 126 mg / dL on more than one occasion who also has 124, 123, 126, 125, 126, etc. is it diabetic or not? I think there are no doubts. Second: It would be necessary to observe the analytical ...
Thanks Jennifer for this thread!....we could also do a "theme" or "mix bag"....I guess once the AACC Conference Program is finalised and distributed we will get a better idea of who is talking about what and can invite them over to the symposium. Getting ...
The nomination period for 2018 section leadership closed with single nominations for positions of - Chair-elect: Barun K De, Banner University Medical Center- Tucson Campus - Treasurer: Rebecca Peters, Children's Hospital Colorado - Secretary: ...
I have a suggestion for those of you who run QC once a day: Instead of running the controls at the beginning of the day, after maintenance, calibration, and new vials opened, run them at the END of the day. QC should be a process management tool.
Twitter jamanet this day in history Sent from my iPhone ------Original Message------ Wow, consuming blood in increasing volumes until a tarry stool is obtained. I don't think I'd be able to participate in this sort of research. Interesting find, ...
Ram, We contact the provider to notify them and correct it in the medical notes/EPIC explaining that the result was not critical and sample draw was compromised - or words to that effect.