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Title: SIDE LAB MANUAL
Authors: Hakim, JJames
Matenga, J
Borok, Mrgaret
Mandinger, Nancy
Ndemera, Buxton
Taziwa, A
metadata.dc.contributor.authoremail: jgandari@gmail.com
metadata.dc.type: Technical Report
Keywords: urine Specimens
Sputum Specimens
Side Lab Manual
CSF Specimens
NECTAR
University of Zimbabwe College of Health Sciences
Issue Date: 27-Jan-2014
Abstract: The laboratory has become more essential in the clinical examination of patients. However there has been a tendency for the clinician to relegate even simple tests to specialist laboratory workers. This has its disadvantages. First, the clinician has less insight into the meaning and potential errors of the test. Second, depending on the main lab the test results may become available later than if the tests were done in a ward side-lab. Finally, the side-lab tests may be the only results available to the clinician during an emergency at night.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10646/1192
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