of blood, collected via fingerstick, would be loaded into a disposable cartridge and analyzed, and results would be sent to a secure database.
Census 2000, Public Use Microsample
, Technical Documentation.
The data for this analysis come from the 1980 Census 5% Public Use Microsample
Additional strategies to prevent iatrogenic blood loss in the ICU included ordering only essential laboratory tests and using microsample
analysers for all diagnostic laboratory testing.
And that's just a microsample
- and by no means all the cream.
Miniaturization of three carbohydrate analyses using a microsample
to study the effects of pressure on the infrared spectra of materials subjected to high pressures, but it also had a completely unexpected application in crime laboratories as a microsample
holder for traces of evidence found at the scene of a crime.
One of the examples could be observed on the "POCT Microsample
Innovations in analyte detection and microsample
analysis will continue to offer options for identifying risk for many disorders outside the traditional realm of inborn errors of metabolism.
In the PUMS, the finest level of geographical disaggregation is the Public Use Microsample
technique useful in children for determination of glomerular filtration rate.
Coagulation Analyzer Model MCA 310 by Bio/Data Corp.