z-Test 1 Definitions

Selectivity
Analyzers that can analyze individual test on a given sample and multiple tests at the same time.
Discreetness
Ability to dispense and mix each sample with its respective reagent for each test in a separate reaction cup.
Continuous flow
Continuous pumping of fluid to avoid air bubbles.
Batching
Running the same text on a batch of samples. A disadvantage in stat situations or if multiple tests are ordered on one sample.
Dwell Time
Minimum time required to obtain a test result.
Throughput
Number of tests per hour or day
Stat
Don’t be retarded…
Cost
Major factor in justifying the purchase of lab equipment.
Sensitivity
The ability to detect minimum concentrations possible in sample.
Specificity
Ability to assay a specific analyte with minimum interference.
Reproduability
Minimum variation in results
Accuracy
Not Precise…

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