• Francine Caseres posted an update 7 months, 2 weeks ago

    Standards in the laboratory setting refer to a set of guidelines, protocols, and procedures that ensure consistency, accuracy, and reliability of laboratory results. These standards may include guidelines for laboratory equipment, analytical techniques, quality control, data analysis, and reporting.

    On the other hand, controls are critical components of laboratory procedures, and their use helps to ensure that laboratory results are accurate, precise, and reliable.

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