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Laboratory diagnosis-related group, multiple test panel, organ panel, panel Lab medicine A battery of diagnostic tests that have been found to be the most cost-effective, sensitive and specific means for evaluating a particular organ, organ system, or identifying a morbid process. See Anemia panel, Bone/joint panel, Cardiac injury panel, Cardiac risk evaluation panel, Collagen disease and arthritis panel, Collagen disease/lupus erythematosus panel, Coma panel, Diabetic panel, Electrolyte/fluid balance panel, General health panel, Hepatitis–immunopathology panel, Hypertension panel, Kidney panel, Liver panel, Metastatic disease panel, Neoplasm panel, Pancreatic panel, Parathyroid panel, Pulmonary panel, Thyroid panel, TORCH panel.
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They found that while bunch rot actually led to more positive aroma ratings due to the increased levels of fruity- and vanilla-like notes, powdery mildew decreased the level of pleasant notes in the wine, so that it received more negative ratings from the test panel, who found the infected wine to be less interesting than the healthy sample.
In the oven test, once the oven was preheated to the required temperature, the oven door was opened and each test panel was placed at the entrance of the oven.
The area of the panel protected from corrosion by the clad spot is then estimated and used to determine dimensions for a two-dimensional array of clad spots applied to a medium scale test panel. For comparison, medium scale test panels in both the as-received Alclad state and having the entire cladding layer removed have also been produced.
With flexible testing, each test can report a full syndromic panel or any subset of targets offered on the test panel that the clinician orders.
VWD identification errors were often linked to high inter-laboratory test variation and result misinterpretation (i.e., laboratories failed to correctly interpret their own test panel findings).
Although it was explained at Ireland camp that Isaac Boss had suffered a concussion and was following return to play protocols, Leinster last night stated that the scrum-half is cleared to return to the Test panel.
Because of scattered data among the different test conditions, the effects of salt spray and the type of test panel on color change were inconclusive, except that most coating systems exhibited the least percentages of color change under accelerated laboratory testing.
A test panel submission consists of 15 test panels manufactured in three equally-sized lots with no less than one week between the start of each lot.
From an organization's perspective, implementing Spice testing is easy: this specialty test is simply added to the more routine drug test panel. Of course, tests for more common drugs or metabolites like THC, opiates, or cocaine are less expensive because these are already built into a panel.
An all-inclusive blood test panel that includes free testosterone and estradiol can retail for $1,000 at commercial labs.
A new test panel called Androtest has been released by Opmedic Group, a healthcare-related services company based in Quebec.
A single microplate test panel covers more than 1,000 species and uses 71 carbon source and 23 chemical sensitivity assays to analyze a bacterial cell's ability to metabolize all major classes of biochemicals and determine its various physiological properties.