The book includes case studies simulating a working laboratory in which readers can apply business tools with actual data reinforcing discussion concepts. Each chapter also includes a brief review of current literature of the best management theories and practice.
This book examines quality assurance of quantifiable methods applied in laboratories, quality aspects of emerging disciplines, regulatory and logistic instrumentation in laboratory methods, and professional education.
Laboratory Management addresses common issues and errors seen in the laboratory management process. The goal is to enable the laboratory manager to avoid or correct such errors by both individual effort and a systems approach in the laboratory.
Every clinical laboratory devotes considerable resources to quality control. The objective of this book is to propose a roadmap for the application of an integrated QC protocol that ensures the safety of patient results in the everyday lab routine.
This book covers the theory behind quality control systems, validation parameter measurements, statistical tests, the margin of error, uncertainty estimation, traceability, reference materials, proficiency tests, and method validation.