ASAP test

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ASAP test

As soon as possible test. A test to be performed with an intermediate level of urgency, between a stat (< 1 hour) test and a routine (< 1 day) test.
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Spokesman Brian Farrell: said: "Candidates who are looking for a priority test have an opportunity to get the test before the deadline.
The class A-3 notes benefit from structural features in PPM HG I, whereby a failure of the interest priority test causes the class A-3 accreted investment amount to be paid above class B interest in the waterfall.
As the collateral matures, the interest priority test will become more sensitive to defaults because it is calculated on the outstanding collateral balance.
Review testing priorities, and be prepared to defer lower priority tests in order to free up personnel to be able to respond to increased demands of priority testing.
To this end, the drivers are applied in a variable priority order dependent upon the classification data for ensuring that, if testing is terminated before completion, the highest priority tests will have been applied.
The advanced, patented re-test sample handler eliminates sample bottlenecks, and allows for immediate STAT processing, as well as continuous sample access for routine and priority tests.
The Negotiated Rulemaking committee made recommendations for 23 priority tests, which compose 60% of all lab claims.
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