Quality Error Rates in Point-of-Care Testing

  title={Quality Error Rates in Point-of-Care Testing},
  author={Steven C. Kazmierczak},
Point-of-care testing (POCT) represents one of the fastest growing segments of the diagnostics market. Although major advances have been made in the instrumentation and methods used for POCT, further development and enhancements appear to be necessary to meet the challenges presented by the difficult testing environments in which these devices are used. In addition, the varied experience and training of users and their use of samples that may not be optimal for testing continue to present… CONTINUE READING
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