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The role of consumer age and financial profit in vendor compliance for underage alcohol sales.

Age limit restriction for risky products is widely implemented as an instrument to improve public health. To study reasons for vendor (non-)compliance this 2 (underage vs. adult consumer) × 2 (low vs. high profit) field experimental research was conducted. Trained mystery shoppers conducted 218 alcohol purchase attempts. ID checks and compliance were significantly higher when financial profit was low (74% ID checks; 67% compliance) compared with the high-profit conditions (26%; 18%). There were no signific...

Venkat N. Reddy, 1922-2018, in memoriam.

Better together: Coexistence of for-profit and nonprofit firms with an application to the U.S. hospice industry.

Many markets maintain a nontrivial mix of both nonprofit and for-profit firms, particularly in health care industries such as hospice, nursing homes, and home health. What are the effects of coexistence vs. dominance of one ownership type? We show how the presence of both ownership types can lead to greater diversity in consumer types served, even if both firms merely profit-maximize. This is the case where firms serve consumers for multiple consumption durations, but where donations are part of a nonprofit...

Response by Reddy and Borlaug to Letters Regarding Article, "A Simple, Evidence-Based Approach to Help Guide Diagnosis of Heart Failure With Preserved Ejection Fraction".

Accuracy of determination of the glomerular filtration marker iohexol by European laboratories as monitored by external quality assessment.

Background Glomerular filtration is the most important kidney function. The most accurate glomerular filtration rate (GFR) estimates are based on the clearance of exogenous filtration markers. Of these, iohexol is the only exogenous marker that is included in an external quality assessment (EQA) scheme. The aim of the present study was to evaluate the performance of the European laboratories participating in Equalis' EQA scheme for iohexol. Methods Weighed amounts of iohexol (Omnipaque) were added to plasma...

Inter-laboratory proficiency results of blood alcohol determinations at clinical and forensic laboratories in Italy.

Inter-laboratory proficiency schemes are widely used to control the performance of clinical and forensic toxicology laboratories. In 2016 the Laboratory of Environmental Hygiene and Forensic Toxicology - Venice (Italy) initiated an inter-laboratory proficiency test of blood-alcohol analysis. The number of participating laboratories gradually increased from 26 to 36. Furthermore, a few clinical laboratories were included if gas chromatographic (GC) methods were used for blood alcohol analysis.

External quality assessment of clinical diagnostic laboratories. Possible sources of error.

The purpose of this study was to assess the quality of laboratory research, its problem areas and potential improvements using the example of a number of regional clinical diagnostic laboratories in the Tashkent region and the comparability of laboratory analysis data obtained in various laboratories. We have evaluated the quality of laboratory tests in 40 clinical diagnostic laboratories of the Tashkent region. The control was carried out on 9 biochemical parameters of blood. In our studies using the contr...

Does sector matter for the quality of care services? A secondary analysis of social care services regulated by the Care Inspectorate in Scotland.

Social services are increasingly commissioned to third and for-profit sector providers, but little is known about whether and how these changes influence quality indicators. We assessed quality-related outcomes across for-profit, public and third sector organisations delivering social care services.

Evaluation of the Cutoff of Anti-HCV Antibody Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay in 7 Blood Station Laboratories.

To evaluate the necessity and suitability of the anti-HCV ELISA teot gray zone setted up by 7 blood station laboratories.

Staffing in hospital transfusion laboratories: UKTLC surveys show cause for concern.

To monitor minimum standards in hospital transfusion laboratories in relation to qualifications, training, competency and the use of information technology over time against published recommendations.

Evaluation of the 2016 ENV57 MetroERM measurement comparison on Cs, Cs and I in air filters.

In 2016, the European Commission's Joint Research Centre organised an interlaboratory comparison exercise on the measurement of Cs, Cs and I in air filters. The exercise was conducted in the frame of the MetroERM EMRP project with code ENV57. This paper describes the context of the interlaboratory measurement comparison, the technical implementation, the air filter measurements performed by the participating laboratories and finally the evaluation of the comparison results. The intercomparison exercise resu...

Hormone- and HER2-receptor assessment in 33,046 breast cancer patients: a nationwide comparison of positivity rates between pathology laboratories in the Netherlands.

Patient management of invasive breast cancer (IBC) is to a large extent based on hormone- and HER2-receptor assessment. High-quality, reliable receptor assessment is of key importance as false results may lead to under- or overtreatment of patients. Surveillance of case-mix adjusted positivity rates has been suggested as a tool to identify laboratories with insufficient testing assays, as this covers the whole process of receptor assessment and enables laboratories to benchmark their positivity rates agains...

CQC regulation fee rises by 13.

Designing and Implementing NGS Tests for Inherited Disorders - a Practical Framework with Step-by-Step Guidance for Clinical Laboratories.

Comprehensive next-generation sequencing (NGS) tests are increasingly used as first-line tests in the evaluation of patients with suspected heritable disease. Despite major technical simplifications, these assays still pose significant challenges for molecular testing laboratories. Existing professional guidelines and recommendations provide a framework for laboratories implementing such tests, but in-depth, concrete guidance is generally not provided. Consequently, there is variability in how laboratories ...

Correcting forensic DNA errors.

DNA mixture interpretation can produce opposing conclusions by qualified forensic analysts, even within the same laboratory. The long-delayed publication of the National Institutes of Standards and Technology (NIST) study of 109 North American crime laboratories in this journal demonstrates this most clearly. This latest study supports earlier work that shows common methods such as the Combined Probability of Inclusion (CPI) have wrongly included innocent people as contributors to DNA mixtures. The 2016 Pre...

Progressive limit feeding to maximize profit in the feedlot.

Our objective was to examine the potential of limit feeding that keeps a previously growing animal at a constant size (termed progressive limit feeding) to maximize profit using a 3-D surface to integrate the effects of animal size, feeding rate, and time in the feedlot. The constant size contours of the surface were determined using a combination of results. We used data from a study of growing beef cattle being fed to maintain specified sizes coupled with modern growth rate data for animals fed ad libitum...

Relative versus absolute rises in T/QRS ratio by ST analysis of fetal electrocardiograms in labour: A case-control pilot study.

The additional value of ST analysis during labour is uncertain. In ST analysis, a T/QRS baseline value is calculated from the fetal electrocardiogram and successive T/QRS ratios are compared to this baseline. However, variation in the orientation of the electrical heart axis between fetuses may yield different T/QRS baseline values. In case of a higher T/QRS baseline value more ST events are encountered, although not always related to perinatal outcome. We hypothesised that we can partly correct for this ef...

Venezuela's Infant Death Rate Rises Amid Worsening Humanitarian Crisis.

Reply to Letter by Seibold regarding Monika Reddy, Narvada Jugnee, Sinthuka Anantharaja, and Nick Oliver, Switching from Flash Glucose Monitoring to Continuous Glucose Monitoring on Hypoglycemia in Adults with Type 1 Diabetes at High Hypoglycemia Risk: The Extension Phase of the I HART CGM Study.

Evaluation of multiple laboratory performance and variability in analysis of recreational freshwaters by a rapid Escherichia coli qPCR method (Draft Method C).

There is interest in the application of rapid quantitative polymerase chain reaction (qPCR) methods for recreational freshwater quality monitoring of the fecal indicator bacteria Escherichia coli (E. coli). In this study we determined the performance of 21 laboratories in meeting proposed, standardized data quality acceptance (QA) criteria and the variability of target gene copy estimates from these laboratories in analyses of 18 shared surface water samples by a draft qPCR method developed by the U.S. Env...

A Comparison of Payments to a For-Profit Dialysis Firm From Government and Commercial Insurers.

Lower creatinine concentration values and lower inter-laboratory variation among Swedish hospital laboratories in 2014 compared to 1996: results from the Equalis external quality assessment program.

Background Creatinine measurement for estimation of glomerular filtration rate (GFR) is a frequently used laboratory test. Differences in analytic creatinine methods have caused large inter-laboratory variation. International and national standardization efforts have been made in the last decade. Methods This study describes the results of the standardization efforts in Sweden by summarizing data for creatinine concentration in blood plasma in the Equalis quality assessment program during 1996-2014. Results...

Challenges and perspectives on the use of mobile laboratories during outbreaks and their use for vaccine evaluation.

Mobile laboratories provide diagnostic capabilities for routine surveillance and patient identification during an outbreak. In either situation they face many challenges including identification of the appropriate assay(s) to employ, logistical arrangements, and providing for the health and safety of the laboratory staff. Great strides have been made over the last decade in the development of mobile laboratories with assays that require minimal infrastructure and technical experience. This knowledge and exp...

The global proliferation of high-containment biological laboratories: understanding the phenomenon and its implications.

Disease-causing pathogens have been with humanity for as long as the species has existed, but the world has changed. The human population is increasing and becoming more globalised. Meanwhile, the international system remains unstable and biotechnology is advancing at a breakneck speed. Humans are coming into contact with new and re-emerging pathogens as they spread into previously uninhabited environments. Pathogens play an increasingly global role, and infectious disease is becoming less confined by geogr...

Standardization of measurement procedures for serum uric acid: 8-year experience from Category 1 EQA program results in China.

Background Serum uric acid is a critical clinical indicator, and results without equivalence among laboratories cause troubles for disease diagnosis and patient management. External quality assessment (EQA) is a common tool for enhancing harmonization/standardization, therefore, the National Center for Clinical Laboratories in China has initiated a category 1 EQA for serum uric acid measurement since 2010 for evaluating its process of standardization. Methods Commutable EQA samples with target values assign...

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