lab error

lab error

Any error in results or result reporting that can be attributed to a clinical lab or its workers
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Trace contaminants were previously found in testing years ago--the same chemicals that are being stored at the barrel fill, she said, but they were blamed on lab error.
The simplified prep process reduces cost and decreases the chance of lab error.
f He added: "Other than lab error, there is no other good medical explanation for these abnormal levels of heavy metals.
And a repeat was drawn with the idea that perhaps this was a lab error.
When products of conception were subjected to DNA fingerprinting to establish embryo origins, five abnormal gestations were traced to the procedure, including one diagnostic error (a tetraploid embryo), one trisomy 13, one Turner's syndrome, one trisomy 21, and one healthy baby born with the opposite gender than what was predicted, through a lab error.
You must determine if this is a failure due to lab error or a need for a revision to the methodology, product, or formulation quality.
My doctor was so sure the first positive antibody test was a lab error, he had additional blood samples sent to two different labs to confirm my diagnosis
The first step for people whose cholesterol is found to be 240 or higher is to take the test again to make sure it wasn't a lab error, Eisenberg said.
Alcohol content set into the system can be incorrect, either through operator or lab error.
Even without lab error, cholesterol levels vary anyway.
A LAB error led to 176 pregnant women getting wrong Down's syndrome test results.