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used as a basis for reference because it has known concentration

Standard

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2 types of quality control

normal control
pathologic control

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within the reference range

normal control

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outside the reference range

pathologic control

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what is the difference between precision and accuracy

precision gives a producibility that results in near values while accuracy gives an exact values

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DNA samples

Molecular Diagnosis (no contaminants)

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only for manufacturing and never used in clinical laboratory

Technical or Commercial Grade Reagent

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OSHA Requirements:

-indicate lot number
- physical or biological health hazard
- precautions for safe usage and storage
- MSDS

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calibrator and standard materials

Standard reference materials

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corrects or increases the precision and accuracy of the machine

calibrator

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everything is oxygen there is nothing with this water

distilled water

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process of removing microorganism except nutrients

purified water

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have the most stringent requirements for the test methods require minimum interference

Type I

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what are the composition of type I

Trace metals
Iron
Enzyme
Other analyses

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serum in nature that has normal and pathologic control

Quality control

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exact, definite and reference

Standard

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can remove particulate matter for municipal water supplies

prefiltration

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removes organic materials and chlorine

filtration

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includes bacteria

submicron filters

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2 components of quantitative results

test value and label identifying the units

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SI

Syteme International D' Unites

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only system employed in many countries and provide global scientific community with a uniform method of describing physical quantities

SI system units

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SI system units

metric system

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7 basic units

length (m)
mass (kg)
quantity of a substance (mole)
Time (second)
electric current (ampere)
thermodynamic temperature (kelvin)
luminous intensity (candela)

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is a derivative or a mathematical function describing one of the basic units

derived units

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The SI uses?

standard prefixes

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unit for wavelength

angstrom

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all necessary reagents and respective storage containers are prepackaged as a unit

kit

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enzymatic

Glucose oxidase

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usually readily available

reagents