Another series to consider in Diagnostic Error

Edward Winslow edbjwinslow at GMAIL.COM
Thu Mar 23 22:28:51 UTC 2017


Friends,
I found this Medscape video on interference with Lab Testing. In that a
significant number of our diagnoses are either supported by, or come from
lab testing, considerations on interference with lab testing results are
somethings that we should probably be more proactive than I would believe
many of us are:

http://www.medscape.org/viewarticle/872897?src=mkmcmr_driv_stan_mscpedu&impID=1311093

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to
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