• Jann Vince posted an update 5 months, 1 week ago

    A standard in a clinical laboratory is a substance or material with a known concentration, purity, or activity that is used as a reference point for testing and calibration. It is a crucial element in quality control measures, ensuring the accuracy and reliability of laboratory test results. Standards are typically traceable to national or international reference materials and are subject to regular calibration and validation. Examples of standards used in clinical laboratory testing include calibrators, controls, and proficiency testing materials.

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