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Most of the errors in the Total Testing Process are found in the:

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Monitoring the effects of measures implemented when mitigating errors

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In ISO 15189, competence

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Relevant interested parties

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Internal audits

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Quality indicators (QIs) outlined in the CPD activity are

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The post-analytical phase

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Regarding the additional procedures prior to specimen test release

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The content and layout of laboratory reports

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Post-analytical quality indicators include

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Which of the following activities, done before blood collection, could impact the result/s obtained?

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The majority of studies on the importance of the pre-analytical phase in the TTP (Total Testing Process) agree that pre-analytical errors make up what percentage of total laboratory errors?

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Wrong Identification is a major factor that can compromise patient safety. According to CLSI (Clinical Laboratory Standards Institute), all of the below identifiers or information should be present on the specimen label except for 1 that is optional. Which is the optional information?

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Serum electrolytes are the most common or among the most common tests requested. What is the stability of these analytes in an uncentrifuged sample stored at room temperature?

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Which of the following does not fall within the most common errors occurring during the pre-analytical phase?

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The Role of Laboratory Medicine in Patient Safety 

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