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CLSI offers free standards on method evaluation

Sept. 8, 2015—The Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute recently released new and revised standards on method evaluation. “A Framework for Using CLSI Documents to Evaluate Clinical Laboratory Measurement Procedures (EP19-Ed2)” uses the measurement procedure life cycle framework to aid users of CLSI evaluation protocols documents during establishment and implementation of measurement procedures developed by both commercial manufacturers and clinical laboratories. ...

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CLSI revises standards on POC testing

Aug. 17, 2015—The Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute has released new and revised standards on point-of-care testing in relation to glucose measuring and monitoring. “Effects of Different Sample Types on Glucose Measurements, 1st Edition (POCT06-Ed1)” provides information to assist the clinical and point-of-care staff in result and measurement procedure comparisons of glucose tests. “Glucose Monitoring in Settings Without Laboratory Support, ...

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CLSI starts work to standardize IVD connectivity

Aug. 13, 2015—The Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute has started working on a standard addressing next-generation in vitro diagnostic instrument interface (AUTO16). The document development committee consists of individuals from the IVD industry, laboratory information system vendors, and clinical laboratorians. The new AUTO16 standard, based on Health Level Seven, aims to improve IVD instrument connectivity by defining an interface that ...

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