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  • An audit on the reporting of critical results in a tertiary institute 

    Rensburg M.A.; Nutt L.; Zemlin A.E.; Erasmus R.T. (2009)
    Background: Critical result reporting is a requirement for accreditation by accreditation bodies worldwide. Accurate, prompt communication of results to the clinician by the laboratory is of extreme importance. Repeating ...

  • Laboratory experience and guidelines for avoiding false positive polymerase chain reaction results 

    Victor T.; Jordaan A.; Du Toit R.; Van Heiden P.D. (1993)
    Despite the widespread use of polymerase chain reaction (PCR) for diagnosis of infectious diseases, the technology has not been generally introduced into routine diagnostic laboratories. One of the most serious problems ...

  • Rural anaesthetic practices in the western Cape 

    Payne K.A.; Muller C.J.B.; Coetzee A.R. (1991)
    The findings of specialist anaesthetists on visits to rural towns in the western Cape over 6 years are reported. The importance of academic units communicating with general practitioners, nursing staff and hospital authorities ...