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Quality Control in the Hematology Lab Learning Guide
REFRESH YOUR UNDERSTANDING OF QUALITY CONTROL FUNDAMENTALS IN THE HEMATOLOGY LABORATORY

Quality control serves one main purpose – to verify that your analyzer is performing as expected. Completing this check helps ensure that the patient results you generate are accurate. The Quality Control in the Hematology Laboratory Learning Guide provides an overview of basic quality control concepts and summarizes quality control procedures that can help optimize the results generated by your hematology system.
Quality Control in the Hematology Lab Learning Guide
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