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

    controls are reference materials or samples used in clinical laboratories to monitor the accuracy and precision of laboratory test results. They are run alongside patient samples to ensure that the laboratory test is performing within acceptable limits.

    Positive controls contain a known amount of the analyte of interest within the detectable range of the assay, while negative controls do not contain the analyte of interest.

    Regular use of controls is important for detecting and correcting errors in laboratory testing, as well as for ensuring the quality and reliability of test results.

    Controls are an essential component of laboratory quality control programs and are required for meeting regulatory requirements and accreditation

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