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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The Tang paper describes the successful adaptation of traditional QC principles to minimize failure risk in a highly complex test protocol.
It's brought a heavy investment in highly complex test systems that need to be integrated into the design process, and that alone means that what Perkins is doing goes further than the system vendors themselves go.
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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.
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.
More stringent qualifications will apply to personnel in labs performing highly complex tests.
What we tried to do, relying heavily on the Public Health Service, the Centers for Disease Control, the Food and Drug Administration, and their technical advisors, was to make use of the many, many comments we received to understand equivalency in terms of training and to recognize that for the highly complex tests you might need to have a baccalaureate or very specific certification.

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