16-17 NOVEMBER 2023

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The (dot) plot thickens; how to identify spurious results

17 Nov 2022
IDEXX Advanced Diagnostics

Is the analyser, always right? the analyser is only as powerful as the person who reads and interprets the results; it is you rather than the machine who is responsible for your patient. It is essential to maintain an objective and critical approach to reading results. Flags are not errors, they are a cry for help from your equipment! A case-based discussion where automated results alone could set you on the wrong path

  • Learn how to critically read automated results
  • Understand how to respond to flags from the analyser
  • Apply skills of a film review to settle any discrepancy