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A Close Look at How the AU5800 Enhanced a Nationally Ranked Hospital Laboratory

What you’ll learn about the AU5800 chemistry analyzer:

•Typical performance observed (reproducibility, reference ranges)
•Impact on the laboratory’s turnaround time (TAT) targets
•Operator feedback on instrument features
•Instrument uptime metrics

P.A.C.E. credit will be available for your participation*
Recorded Nov 17 2015 51 mins
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Steven H. Y. Wong, Ph.D. DABCC(TC), FACB
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