• Published 2019

Enhancing Maternal and Child Healthcare Programme through Medical Laboratory Analytical Quality Control Systems ; A Case Study of Homa Bay County

@inproceedings{OchiengOtieno2019EnhancingMA,
  title={Enhancing Maternal and Child Healthcare Programme through Medical Laboratory Analytical Quality Control Systems ; A Case Study of Homa Bay County},
  author={Kenneth Ochieng’Otieno and Dr. Dorothy Ndunge Kyalo and Dr. Elisha Opiyo. Omulo and Dr. Angeline Sabina Mulwa},
  year={2019}
}
The ultimate goal in a medical laboratory analytical procedure is to achieve error free results. However, sustainability is not often achieved due to presence of errors in laboratory practice which in turn have a negative impact on patient outcome. The paper advocates for the use of quality control systems to ensure credibility of laboratory results. The paper is based on the study conducted to examine the influence of analytical quality control systems on performance of maternal and child… CONTINUE READING

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