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Evaluation of the WHO Laboratory Quality Stepwise Implementation tool.

To introduce the Laboratory Quality Stepwise Implementation (LQSI) tool and provide data about its roll-out, usage and effectiveness in assisting laboratories with quality improvement.


Testing Animal Anxiety in Rats: Effects of Open Arm Ledges and Closed Arm Wall Transparency in Elevated Plus Maze Test.

The elevated plus maze test is a behavioral test for assessing animal anxiety in rodents. Although this test is widely applied in the field of behavioral science, conflicting outcomes are often provided from different laboratories. To identify reasons for the different outcomes, we previously focused on arm features, which differ between laboratories, most notably the presence/absence of ledges at the sides of open arms and the transparency/opaqueness of closed arm walls. In a previous report, we used a cus...

Advantages, disadvantages and optimization of one-stage and chromogenic factor activity assays in haemophilia A and B.

Haemophilia A and B diagnosis and disease severity classification are determined on the basis of results from factor VIII (FVIII) and factor FIX (FIX) activity assays, respectively. These assays are also used for potency labelling, postinfusion monitoring of factor replacement products and testing for FVIII/FIX inhibitors. This review focuses on activated partial thromboplastin time (APTT)-based one-stage assays (OSAs) and two-stage chromogenic substrate assays (CSAs). Currently, there is considerable inter...


Artificial blood feeding for Culicidae colony maintenance in laboratories: does the blood source condition matter?

Culicidae colonization in laboratory is paramount to conduct studies aiming at a better understanding of mosquitoes' capacity to transmit pathogens that cause deadly diseases. Colonization requires female blood feeding, a necessary step for maturation of female's oocytes. Direct blood feeding on anesthetized mammals implies in a number of disadvantages when compared to artificial blood feeding. Consequently, laboratories worldwide have been trying to -feed female mosquitoes artificially in order to replace ...

Laboratory-acquired scrub typhus and murine typhus infections: The argument for risk-based approach to biosafety requirements for Orientia tsutsugamushi and Rickettsia typhi laboratory activities.

This study examined the literature on laboratory-acquired infections (LAIs) associated with scrub typhus (Orientia tsutsugamushi) and murine typhus (Rickettsia typhi) research to provide an evidence base for biosafety and biocontainment. Scrub typhus LAIs were documented in 25 individuals, from 1931-2000 with 8 (32%) deaths during the pre-antibiotic era. There were 35 murine typhus LAI reports and no deaths. Results indicated that highest risk activities were working with infectious laboratory animals invol...

How to Generate a More Accurate Laboratory-Based International Normalized Ratio: Solutions to Obtaining or Verifying the Mean Normal Prothrombin Time and International Sensitivity Index.

Although the landscape of anticoagulation therapy is evolving, vitamin K antagonists (VKAs) such as warfarin remain an anticoagulant of choice for many clinicians and their patients. Nevertheless, management of VKA therapy remains challenging, largely because of patient variability and drug and food interactions; thus, VKA dosing has to be personalized. This is achieved by regular monitoring using a test called the , mathematically converted to an international normalized ratio (INR). The INR system is mean...

Optical Versus Virtual Microscope for Medical Education: A Systematic Review.

Many technological innovations have changed the traditional practice of medical education and clinical practice. Whole slide imaging (WSI) technology provided an unique way of viewing conventional glass slides in histology and pathology laboratories. The WSI technology digitalized glass slide images and made them readily accessible via the Internet using tablets or computers. Users utilized the pan-and-zoom function to view digital images of slides, also referred to as the virtual microscope (VM), simulatin...

Screening for Syphilis with Dual Algorithms: Analysis of Discordant and Concordant Serology Results in a Population with a Low Prevalence of Syphilis.

Currently, many laboratories have switched the traditional screening algorithm (TSA) to reverse screening algorithm (RSA) for the efficiencies in high-volume syphilis screening. However, confusions have been arisen regarding this paradigm shift.

In vitro developmental competence of horse embryos derived from oocytes with a different corona radiata cumulus-oocyte morphology.

The increase in demand for in vitro produced horse embryos is fostering the development of commercial laboratories for this purpose. Nevertheless, blastocyst production after intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) is still not as great as desired in most of these laboratories. In relation to horse oocyte classification, both expanded and compact cumulus-oocyte-complexes (COCs) are used for in vitro embryo production. The aim of this study was to compare in vitro embryo developmental capacity of COCs from h...

Performance evaluation of HbA1c measurement systems with sigma metric for 1066 laboratories in China.

This study aimed to evaluate the performance of HbA1c measurement systems quantitatively with sigma metric and promote the quality improvement.

Inter-laboratory Test for oxygen and hydrogen stable isotope analyses of Geothermal Fluids: Assessment of Reservoir Fluid Compositions.

Knowledge of the accuracy and precision for oxygen (δ O values) and hydrogen (δ H values) stable isotope analyses of geothermal fluid samples is important to understand geothermal reservoir processes, such as partial boiling-condensation and encroachment of cold and reinjected waters. The challenging aspects of the analytical techniques for this specific matrix include memory effects and higher scatter of delta values with increasing total dissolved solids (TDS) concentrations, deterioration of Pt-catalys...

Comparison of three-dimensional multi-segmental foot models used in clinical gait laboratories.

Many skin-mounted three-dimensional multi-segmented foot models are currently in use for gait analysis. Evidence regarding the repeatability of models, including between trial and between assessors, is mixed, and there are no between model comparisons of kinematic results.

Doubling immunochemistry laboratory testing efficiency with the cobas e 801 module while maintaining consistency in analytical performance.

The new immunochemistry cobas e 801 module (Roche Diagnostics) was developed to meet increasing demands on routine laboratories to further improve testing efficiency, while maintaining high quality and reliable data.

Reproducibility of quantitative flow ratio: An inter-core laboratory variability study.

Quantitative flow ratio (QFR) is a novel approach to derive fractional flow reserve (FFR) from coronary angiography. This study sought to evaluate the reproducibility of QFR when analyzed in independent core laboratories.

Anabolic-androgenic steroids: procurement and administration practices of doping athletes.

Performance enhancing substances are becoming increasingly popular amongst bodybuilders and people who want to enhance their physiques. However, due to the rise of the Internet and laws prohibiting sales of these substances without prescription, the route of procurement and administration practices have become more and more dangerous. Prior to the mid-1970's, anabolic steroids were not regulated and easily available from physicians and pharmacies in several countries. In 1990, the United States enacted the ...

Vascular complications in patients who underwent endovascular cardiac procedures: multicenter cohort study.

to analyze vascular complications among patients who underwent endovascular cardiac procedures in the hemodynamic laboratories of three referral centers.

Vascular access complications in patients undergoing percutaneous procedures in hemodynamics: a scoping review.

To map the production of knowledge on vascular access complications in patients undergoing percutaneous procedures in hemodynamic laboratories.

Economic Assessment of Reverse Algorithm Syphilis Screening in a High Prevalence Population.

More laboratories are screening for syphilis with automated treponemal immunoassays. We compared direct costs and downstream consequences when a local public health laboratory switches from a traditional algorithm (Nontreponemal screening) to a reverse algorithm (Treponemal screening).

Evaluation of Compliance with a Weight-based Nurse-driven Heparin Nomogram in a Tertiary Academic Medical Center.

Recently, our institution adopted a weight-based nurse-driven heparin titration protocol that relies on nurses ordering laboratories, adjusting doses, and initiating boluses. Numerous institutions have implemented similar protocols with reported success.

Indirect methods for reference interval determination - review and recommendations.

Reference intervals are a vital part of the information supplied by clinical laboratories to support interpretation of numerical pathology results such as are produced in clinical chemistry and hematology laboratories. The traditional method for establishing reference intervals, known as the direct approach, is based on collecting samples from members of a preselected reference population, making the measurements and then determining the intervals. An alternative approach is to perform analysis of results g...

Positive experiences of volunteers working in deployable laboratories in West Africa during the Ebola outbreak.

The largest outbreak of Ebola virus disease ever started in West Africa in December 2013; it created a pressing need to expand the workforce dealing with it. The aim of this study was to gain insight into the experiences of volunteers from the European Union who worked in deployable laboratories in West Africa during the outbreak. This study is part of the EMERGE project. We assessed the experiences of 251 volunteers with a 19-item online questionnaire. The questions asked about positive aspects of voluntee...

Evaluation of RIDAGENE norovirus GI/GII real time RT-PCR using stool specimens collected from children and adults with acute gastroenteritis.

Norovirus is the leading cause of epidemic and sporadic acute gastroenteritis (AGE) in the United States. Widespread prevalence necessitates implementation of accurate norovirus detection assays in clinical diagnostic laboratories.

Utility of cell population data (VCS parameters) as a rapid screening tool for Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML) in resource-constrained laboratories.

Despite advances in diagnostic techniques, many cases of acute myeloid leukemia (AML) remain underdiagnosed in remote centers unequipped with these technologies. We hypothesized that the automated cellular indices with scatter plots and flags may aid in rapid and cost-effective screening of AML.

Microsurgery Training Resource Variation among US Integrated Plastic Surgery Residency Programs.

 Given emerging focus on competency-based surgical training and work-hour limitations, surgical skills laboratories play an increasingly important role in resident education. This study was designed to investigate educational opportunities in microsurgery across integrated residency programs.

A Case of Acquired Hemophilia A: Usefulness of Various Methods for Judging Mixing Test Results for Monitoring the Effect of Immunosuppressive Therapy.

Measurement of FVIII inhibitor (FVIII INH) levels is important for determining the effect of immunosuppressive therapy on acquired hemophilia A (AHA). However, FVIII INH can only be measured at a limited number of laboratories, which means that there are delays in obtaining the results at many sites.


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