laboratory automation


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laboratory automation

The use of clinical laboratory instruments that assay large numbers of samples with minimal human intervention.
See also: automation
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Giuseppe Lippi: System failure is indeed the most important risk in laboratory automation, especially for those laboratories that have remodeled their organization around a particular TLA.
Abdul Hamid Oubaisi, chief executive officer of NRL, commented: "The adoption of total laboratory automation is an exciting development for our patients and staff and has already brought multiple benefits for our patients and in our operations.
Generally, laboratory automation system consist of automated lab instruments, devices, and software algorithms focusing on benefits such as increased productivity, reduced cycle time, improved workflow coverage and enhanced data quality.
These include pharmaceutical research, clinical trials, laboratory automation, true quality assurance tools, total quality control applications, and quantitative analytic tools such as proprietary frameworks for electronic health records, electronic prescription, infection and disease control, and smart cancer registries.
The linear axes have dust protection covers and a sealed cover for the rotation axis and the control unit so that the arms can be used in applications in laboratory automation, laser processing, medical technology or for pick and place tasks with optional optical inspection.
Jena, Germany 2/27/08 -- Laboratory automation supplier CyBio AG announced that it has appointed Dr.
The Association for Laboratory Automation (ALA) is a worldwide organization representing leaders in all aspects of laboratory automation.
Laboratory automation is likely to help promote a faster approach to the preliminary steps, which involve reagent mixing and sample preparation.

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