Quality Assessment and Management in the Urinalysis Laboratory

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Quality assessment refers to:

During laboratory accreditation inspections, procedure manuals are examined for the presence of:

Urinalysis procedure manuals are reviewed:

As supervisor of the urinalysis laboratory, you have just adopted a new procedure. You should:

Deionized water used for the preparation of reagents should be checked for:


Would a control sample that has accidentally become diluted produce a trend or a shift in the Levy-Jennings plot?

A color change that indicates when a patient’s specimen or reagent is added correctly would be an example of:

What steps are taken when the results of reagent strip QC are outside of the stated confidence limits?

When a new bottle of qc material is opened, what information is placed on the label?

When a control is run, what information is documented?


How often does CLIA’ 88 require documentation of technical competency?

Who are the laboratory’s “customers” in CQI?

What is the primary goal of TQM?

Most medical errors are the fault of individuals, not the system.

Quality Assessment and Management in the Urinalysis Laboratory
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