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Preparing clinical laboratories to mitigate the spread of the Ebola virus and safeguard healthcare professionals requires care and diligence. To keep laboratorians current on best practices for testing potential Ebola patients, AACC has compiled a list of informational resources on the disease for your reference.
In October’s CLN, find out what laboratorians need to know about the 2012 KDIGO Clinical Practice Guideline, which introduces new recommendations for laboratory testing and interpretation, including evaluation of albuminuria.
A recent study, explored in this issue of Strategies, found that a simple survey might be able to help improve the quality of referral testing by pinpointing the areas of a lab’s sendout process most prone to errors.
Join AACC for this November 11, 2–3 p.m. EST webinar and learn how to best utilize clinical laboratory assays for antiphospholipid antibodies, what to consider when interpreting the results of antiphospholipid antibody tests, and the current status of efforts being made to standardize antiphospholipid antibody testing.
AACC’s Clinical Chemistry Trainee Council is a valuable resource for laboratory trainees and residents. Registration is free and fast, and gives you complimentary access to Clinical Case Studies, Pearls of Laboratory Medicine, the Question Bank, podcasts, and more.