Standarization or Standarisation? Harmonization or Harmonisation? In 2019, we seem to be headed toward a schism in performance specifications, rather than a consensus. Here's a current comparison of Global Performance Specifications for Chemistry Assays.
Stamford Hospital Laboratory is the first laboratory in Connecticut to reach Sigma Verification.
A recent study assessed the performance of a new hematology analyzer, the Landwind LW D3600.
James O. Westgard reflects on the unique circumstances of our time, and how Quality is more important than ever.
There's another new POC HbA1c analyzer to be analyzed. Is the A1C EZ 2.0 fit for purpose? Using the IFCC and Lenters-Westra standards, we evaluate its performance.
Innovative Diagnostics has become the first (and fastest) private laboratory in Singapore to achieve the Verification of Performance in May 2016. Further, it verified an additional branch (Camden) of the laboratory in September 2016. A total of more than 80 analytes, including chemistry, immunoassay, hormones and tumor markers on multiple instruments.
A recent study compared two different generations of the same hematology analyzer, Sysmex XN and Sysmex XE. We would expect there to be a good comparability of results between the analyzers. We would expect that...