Whole Blood Coagulation Standardization Should Be In Manufacturers' Hands
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
Standardization of whole blood coagulation tests should primarily be the responsibility of test manufacturers rather than local laboratories and hospitals, experts attending an Aug. 13 international workshop in Washington, D.C. concluded.
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