highly complex test

highly complex test

Lab medicine A test requiring multiple and/or significant steps in preparation, processing, interpretation. See CLIA '88. Cf Moderately complex test, Waived test.
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In the Bavarian Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Forestry Business Unit (StMELF) a variety of highly complex test and development servers is used and mostly looked after with their own personnel themselves.
The laboratory personnel structure can be reshaped to reflect a small number of specialized clinical laboratory scientists, focused on hands-on, highly complex tests, supported by a base of round-the-clock personnel running the automated molecular diagnostics.
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McNerney's that do moderately or highly complex tests.
Starting precisely two years later, the same QA rules will apply to both moderately and highly complex tests, although personnel standards will continue to differ.
Lab workers who perform any moderately complex test must have earned at least a high school degree, which for the next five years will also constitute the minimum educational qualification for employees who perform most highly complex tests.
More stringent qualifications will apply to personnel in labs performing highly complex tests.
And there is a very broad category of moderately complex tests, then a small but not insignificant grouping of highly complex tests.

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