Let’s talk about total laboratory automation in the clinical microbiology laboratory. Highly automated systems are fairly common in the clinical chemistry and hematology labs, and they are increasingly common in clinical microbiology. Here are some of the questions we’ll answer today.
What does total laboratory automation look like in the clinical microbiology laboratory? Are there still manual steps required? In other words, how total is total? What are the benefits of total laboratory automation? Is it good for the lab staff, the caregivers, or, best of all, the patients? What is like to convert your lab to total laboratory automation? What kind of time and resources are needed? Guests: Dr. Carey-Ann Burnham, Dr. Erin McElvania
Machine Learning Takes Laboratory Automation to the Next Level by B. Ford and E. McElvania Evaluation of the WASPLab Segregation Software To Automatically Analyze Urine Cultures Using Routine Blood and MacConkey Agars by M. Faron et al. Enhanced Recovery of Fastidious Organisms from Urine Culture in the Setting of Total Laboratory Automation by W. Lainhart and C-A Burnham Total Laboratory Automation: a Micro-Comic Strip by C-A Burnham and A. McAdam Subscribe to Editors in Conversation (free) on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Android, Spotify.
The Center of Diseases Control and Prevention (CDC) has categorized emergent resistance in Neisseria gonorrhoeae as an “urgent” public health problem. We discuss the emerging problem of gonorrhea and implications for public health with experts in the field
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